Most people know CAT scans can save lives. Most of the time, though, the diagnostic machine isn’t covered in fur.
But rather than relying on a medical device, Nevada woman Janet Batten received an alert about her brain aneurysm from an actual cat.
About a year ago, Batten’s tabby, Noah, started pushing up against her head all the time. “He was constantly smelling my head on the right side, in the front, and in my eye and in my nose,” Batten told NVDaily.com. Read the entire article.
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