Who says cats are evil? 51



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When some newly-hatched ducklings on their property went missing, leaving only traces of shell, Ronan and Emma Lally were worried their cat, Della, had gotten to them first.

She had. But remarkably, they were unharmed. In fact, they were the safest and most protected they could possibly be.

See this remarkable story below, and be sure to keep watching – it gets even stranger!

It is believed that, as the cat found the ducklings soon after giving birth herself, mothering hormones to encouraged her to bond with anything small and cuddly.

Nonetheless, this is lovely validation for all the cat lovers out there: felines aren’t always quite as predatory as we think they are. When their sense of love and protection comes out, it can put all other pets to shame.

Are you a cat lover? If not: does this wonderful video change your mind?

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  1. Love cats, have always had one from when I was a little girl. Our cat is now 14 years old and is certainly very spoilt she gives unconditional love.

  2. 🙂 I love !2 SEE THE EXCEPTION(S) 2 (every)the’rule’ 😉 !!…..MY CAT is more trouble than both the DOGS put 2gthr & wth a baaaaaad(‘evil’?? 😉 lol ) ATTITUDE…..our relationship is – CHALLENGING !!

  3. Seen this before & they say as cats are so maternal once they have their kittens they will mother anything. Such a beautiful little soul

  4. I love all animals but cats best of all. I like that they have retained their independence despite all attempts to domesticate them. This of course is why they are such a problem as feral animals and desexing should be compulsory unless the owner is a registered breeder.

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