Sometimes, humans rescue cats. And sometimes, the cats themselves are the rescuers. Mimi is one of those cats.
Best of all, she inspired her human to become a wildlife rescuer, too.
"Many years ago my cat rescued two baby squirrels from the yard. Trying to find them proper help is how I became a wildlife rehabilitator," said Mary Cummins of Animal Advocates.
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"My last house had a totally enclosed yard with eight foot fences. I had a cat door going outside. Mimi first brought in one baby. My other cat Boots tried to take the baby but Mimi protected 'her" baby,' Cummins told Love Meow.
"Mimi must have heard another baby outside yet I heard nothing. Mimi went and got it and brought it inside and put it with the other baby in her cat bed."
"Both baby squirrels were given to a rehabber then released back to the wild when able," says Cummins.
Since then, Cummins and Mimi have saved thousands of baby squirrels and other wildlife.
"People become wildlife rehabilitators in many different ways for many different reasons," Cummins added. "Thanks, Mimi."
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