The Pet Tree House - Where Pets Are Family Too : Rademenes, a Black Cat Who Lives in an Animal Shelter, Does the Important Work of Providing Comfort and Companionship to Animals Undergoing Medical Treatment

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Rademenes, a Black Cat Who Lives in an Animal Shelter, Does the Important Work of Providing Comfort and Companionship to Animals Undergoing Medical Treatment

The cutest nurse at a Polish animal shelter is under a foot tall, with pointed ears and black fur.

Rademenes, a black cat who lives at the shelter in Bydgoszcz, does the important work of providing comfort and companionship to animals undergoing medical treatment. Duties include gently resting on top of recovering cats and spooning canine patients.

Rademenes came to live at the animal shelter after his original owners brought him in with an inflamed respiratory tract, and feared he was too sick to make a recovery, Polish news channel TVN Meteo reported. But veterinarian Lucyna Kuziel-Zawalich took a liking to the cat, and managed to nurse him back to health before taking him in as her own.

Now Rademenes is considered an important asset to office staff, comforting patients after surgery and sometimes cleaning their ears.








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