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Baby) with baby baby food coldjwinternight in Obninsk; Russia Masha cat saved the baby s lite by by cu curing around him sha catfsaved the babys by cu and stuelding bim from below freezing temperatures XX, aw aramedics respondedtotake tne child to a vad Growy prot eothim'running atter the thelambulancelafterhim By the Masha The Hero They forgot the part where the ambulance actually stopped to let the cat in booty-uprooter oh good was worried What a good cat. What a kind cat. How can anyone not love cats they are so good and loving. they also forgot the part where they only found the baby because masha was screaming her head off be she knew this baby was in danger. she went around outside the alley the next morning and yelled at passerby until she got one to follow her to the baby. she kept him warm all night and then made sure someone found him. she was adopted after this bc she was a Stray and is in a loving home and is a hero Hero cat Thank you, Masha, you're such a good girl. I jenniferrpovey See. Kittens can't regulate their own body temperature. That's why they pile up. Cats see us as colony members. Masha saw a kitten that was on its own, no mommy, no other kittens to cuddle with. She instinctively knew that was a cold kitten. She knew that a kitten alone on a cold night was very likely to die. Because a kitten would have died too. So, all she was doing was what any good colony member does - protecting the abandoned kitten. Then when the abandoned kitten's mommy didn't come back, she called the rest of the colony for help. People have this bizarre idea that housecats don't have a social sense. They do, and it saved this kid's life. And possibly Masha's too, as life on the streets is dangerous for a kitty. We say "good dog" all the time, but Masha was being a very, very good cat...not just by human moral standards but by feline ones. - )