20 minutes – Your cat's sixth sense may have saved your life


Michelle Pierson adopted a cat, last year Albany (Oregon). This little animal named Mia may have saved her life. The 48-year-old American tells KGW8: "We were sleeping in bed, my husband and I. Suddenly, Mia came in and sniffed my right breast. Then she looked me in the eye. She repeated this gesture several times. Michelle then realized that her pet was trying to tell her something. But what?

Concerned, the husband examined the wife's womb and noted a lump, written 7 out of 7. He encouraged her to go to the doctor. A few days later, the specialist explained that she had breast cancer. I'm in a battle now, says Michelle. The last ones think she would have already lost if her kitten had not warned her. As the disease was detected early, my chances of cure are greater, says the American.

Michelle says that now she treats Mia as a little princess and the treat as it should be. Michelle's husband is convinced the kitten saved his wife whether or not she detected the cancer. She called her attention to this place, so for me, Mia saved her life, Will says.

* Text made by Diane, 11, as part of Futur Day of all types


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