Recently, a very unusual occurrence happened. An elderly lady felt compassion for a cat she saw on the street.
She drove him to her house before leaving.
The elderly lady was unsurprised when the kitten grew bigger than the typical cat because she had been feeding him homemade milk, sour cream, and cheese.
She cherished her pet dearly. He served as a grandchild for her.
Once, burglars planned to break into this elderly woman’s home.
They entered with ease after breaking down the entrance.
The cat was dozing off on the highest level of the closet, near the hats.
The cat didn’t run away from them.He confronted the intruders and killed one of them by biting his carotid artery nearby.
The second was paralyzed, and the guy was taken into critical care.
The third person had the good fortune to flee. The police officers who came on the scene were astounded by what had occurred.
It turned out to be a feral manul, the grandmother’s cat. The most intriguing aspect of all is that these feral creatures are regarded as untamed.
How did he come to be so near to people’s houses, however, is still a mystery.
Generally speaking, Pallas’ cats are not aggressive creatures, but in the course of protecting their territory, they may assault someone who intrudes on it.
If we handle them well and show them our affection, even wild animals can become our companions.