It’s been a year since this cat’s owner passed away, but this cat is so loyal that he never leaves the grave of his former companion since he was buried.
Keri Keningua Preitno, a passerby in Central Java, Indonesia, first heard of the grieving cat crying too much. Keri tried to rescue the cat by adopting it, but that didn’t work because the cat went outside and returned to its owner’s grave the next day.
When it is time to eat, the cat leaves the owner’s grave and goes to the previous owner’s children, who feed the cat. Her passers-by who see her also give her food and water, but her cat ignores it and wants to be at her grave every day to sleep.
Mr. Keri said that the cat in the graveyard is sleeping and meowing. Keri gets sad whenever she sees her cat do that. You can really feel the love and affection that animals have for their owners.
Cats aren’t particularly friendly, experts say, but their love for their owners is unconditional and they suffer greatly when their owners die.
They may feel insecure or lose interest in most of the things they used to do. There are some serious cases where a veterinarian’s appointment is required to take anti-anxiety medications for cats.