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Faithful Cat Stays By Owner’s Bedside During Her Illness And Grieves After Her Passing Away 

Cats aren’t famous for their loyalty, to say the least. Dogs are more closely associated with loyalty than cats. Trooper, an unique little cat, may have just altered that.

Trooper won the family’s heart and they chose to bring her home with them, where she developed a particular relationship with their 96-year-old grandma, Sarah, who also resided with them.

The family didn’t understand how close Trooper and her mother had gotten until she fell ill. Most of the time, Trooper stayed by Sarah’s side, sleeping with her and bringing her gifts from around the home.

Trooper was heartbroken when Sarah passed away. She stopped eating, and the normally silent cat began wailing all the time as she walked around the house.

Trooper is doing much better these days, although she still misses Sarah and sends gifts to her former room on a regular basis.

“She was around 2 weeks old at the time. Her pupils were dilated and her eyes were barely open.”

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“My grandma would bottle-feed her and sit there and chat to her, telling her how adorable and wonderful she is,” Hackney said.

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“She was never the kind to pick up toys and carry them about the house or anything, but when my grandmother couldn’t move around as much as she used to, she would bring her things — whatever she could find on the floor, like socks or a straw.”

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“I believe having Trooper there was very soothing for my grandmother as she started coming to the stage where she couldn’t communicate anymore.”

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“I believe having Trooper there was very soothing for my grandmother as she started coming to the stage where she couldn’t communicate anymore.”

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“You can tell she misses Grandma,” says the narrator.

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The stuff that Trooper still left in Whaley’s chamber

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