Michelle Pierson accepted a cat last year in Albany (Oregon). This little animal, named Mia, was able to save his life. A 48-year-old American tells the chain KGW8: we're sleeping in bed, my husband and I. Suddenly Mia came in and washed my right breast. Then she looked into my eyes. She repeated this gesture several times. After that, Michelle realized that her animal was trying to tell him something. But what?
Concerned, her husband tested his wife's breasts and noticed a one-time, written 7 out of 7. He encouraged him to go to his doctor. A few days later a specialist explained to her that she had breast cancer. Now I'm in a fight, says Michelle. The latter think she would have lost her if her little cat had not warned. As the disease was discovered early, my chances of cure are greater, Americans say.
Michelle says she is now treating Mia as a little princess and pampering as she should. Michelle's husband is convinced that the little cat has kept his wife, whether she has discovered this cancer or not. She drew her attention to this place, so for me, Mia saves her life, says Will.
* Text written by Diana, 11 years old, as part of all kinds of the future