Story of unusual cats
The history of unusual cats: the treasures of the world
Anyone who is interested in such a question as the history of unusual cats, first of all receives information about unusual breeds that were bred specifically or appeared as a result of mutations. However, the history of unusual breeds is far from everything, because the originality of a cat can be due both to its character and its extraordinary fate. And the world knew a lot of examples of such pets.
As a rule, the history of unusual cats begins with their unique abilities. There are telepathic cats, cats that find their home a million kilometers away, cats who inherit enormous wealth, and even talking cats. The memory of each of these animals is preserved in history for centuries.
Telepathic cats: the ability to feel everything
One of the chapters in the history of unusual cats is related to their telepathic abilities or heightened intuition. For example, sailors of merchant ships have always known that cats can feel telepathically the exact time of departure of ships from foreign ports.
In the history, there are two main “telepathic” cases that are associated with cats. The first concerns a cat, which was accidentally brought to another city – he got into the car to the friends of the hostess, and they drove him 160 km from the house. However, the cat overcame this distance, and, apparently, it was telepathic abilities that helped him find his home.
The second case is not happy, but tragic. The cat died at the same moment when its owner died in a plane crash, and the subsequent autopsy showed that the animal had no physical reasons for death.
Talking cats: lovely companions
Actually, there were very few talking cats in the world. Or rather, he was alone, and he lived in Baku in a large family that loved him very much. A cat named Massey was taught to speak when he was two years old. At first it was just interjections, and then he began to utter whole words using Azerbaijani and Russian. For example, to the question “What makes snow?” He could answer: “It is going.” He also knew the word “no” well, and later learned the word “twelve.”
Cats guards: against poachers
The first and only police cat named Rusik became famous in the Stavropol region. He successfully fought with smugglers, unmistakably finding illegally imported fish, and helped the police to look for sturgeon, which poachers hid. And although the whole region admired this cat, the poachers quickly dealt with it, which caused genuine grief both to the policemen and ordinary residents of Stavropol.
Cats- “politics”: the forerunner of fate
The most famous “political” cat – pet former British Prime Minister Tony Blair. Rather, a cat named Humphrey had already gotten Margaret Thatcher, and he lived in the premier residence until Blair took her. Up to this point, the cat bore the honorary title of the Chief Mousemaster of all the British Isles, but Blair did not like the beast, so the pet was put out of the door.
For some time the cat was sadly sitting by the house, but when the new owner did not take pity, the animal simply disappeared, after which a hail of charges fell on Tony Blair, and his rating dropped incredibly. The government was forced to declare a cat on a wanted list and present it to the public safe and sound, and only this saved the career of the prime minister.
Cat-heir: the state and the house – as a gift!
However, the most famous cat can rightly be considered an English cat named Tanker, who became the heir to a huge mansion in the suburbs of London. It was to him that the seriously ill hostess bequeathed a house worth 350,000 pounds sterling (almost 500,000 euros), fearing that the cat would remain on the street after her death. Part of the money was also inherited by the neighbors, who were supposed to look after the cat. After 21 years, after the animal dies, these same neighbors will be able to inherit the whole house, but for now it completely belongs to the cat.