Meet Keli Keningau Prayitno, a resident of Central Java, Indonesia who was the first to hear the mournful cries of a kitten. He tried adopting her, but to no avail as the kitten kept returning to the small blue headstone, snuggling up to it. It’s important to note that despite their cool demeanor, cats experience profound grief after their owner’s death. Experts have observed that they can become anxious and lose interest in the outside world. Their behavior may also change drastically.
According to The Mirror, Kelí revealed that her feline companion frequently naps and vocalizes near the final resting place of her former owner, a truly saddening sight. This demonstrates the deep emotional connections that animals form with their human companions. Recently, images have emerged of a grieving cat who has been residing at their human’s grave for an entire year, clearly displaying the intense attachment they have with their departed loved one.
There was an effort to adopt a kitten, but it refused and instead stayed close to a grave. The person who attempted to help the little feline found it odd that it kept returning to the same spot despite their efforts. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the cat’s previous owner, a woman named Kundari, had recently passed away.
There’s a common misconception that cats are emotionless towards their owners. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth! Cats are capable of forming deep and meaningful bonds with their human companions and can be just as loyal as any other pet. Spread the word and let your friends know that feline friends are more emotionally connected than some people may think.