- Bored Panda has reported how a mother cat brought her sick kitten to the hospital for treatment
- In the shared photos of the incident on Twitter, medics could be seen attending to the cat as she came in with her child
- The media also reported that the kitten turned out fine after it had been attended to
Photos taken at an unnamed Istanbul hospital of some cats have gone viral on social media. According to Bored Panda, the pictures were taken by one Merve Ozcan.
The picture shows a mother cat bringing her kitten into the human hospital for medical attention. She brought her little baby carefully in her mouth.
The media also reports that the Turkish are always known for their love and respect for animals generally.
In the shared photos, medics could be seen huddled around the cat as the kitten arrived.
“Today we were in the emergency room of the hospital when a cat rushed to bring her offspring in her mouth,” Merve Özcan, who shared the picture, said.
According to Bored Panda, local Turkish media report that while medic attended to the kitten, they gave the mother cat some milk while she waited.
The kitten was eventually reported fine and no cat scan was required for her treatment.
See the pictures below:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the coronavirus outbreak seems to be changing the natural order of things as more people stay indoors around the world.
A new viral video that emerged online supported the fact that animals are really basking in the euphoria that this lockdown season gives.
The video showed a monkey on the roof of a tall building flying a kite as it enjoyed its undisturbed freedom, never mind the fact that a few people were screaming in amazement. The shouting seemed to encourage the monkey more as he intensified twirling of the kite's rope.
In other news, the Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi on Wednesday, April 29, gave much hope as he said that Nigerian would overcome the battle against coronavirus.
The monarch said a traditional vaccine for the virus has gotten to an advanced stage and the public would soon see the result.
Oba Adeyeye made this known to journalists in Abeokuta, Ogun state where he had gone to donate two motorized fumigators to the government.
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