The heroic kitten continued meowing loudly until the neighbors discovered this…

When you think cats are greedy beasts that would gladly devour your eyes if you sleep for more than 10 hours in a row,

We found a story that can persuade you that they really do have large hearts full of love and empathy!

A 83-year-old woman in Cornwall, England, is in good hands thanks to Piran, a persistent black cat who wouldn’t stop meowing until everyone in the neighborhood heard.

Typically, if you hear a male cat tooting in the middle of the day, you may not pay attention.

Because, more than likely, he’s enlisting female help to accomplish things we don’t like to think about. Or is he simply trying to make you feel sorry for him so you’ll pull out the excellent tuna cans-and then he’ll have you!

Piran’s meows, it turns out, were an effort to tell someone, anybody, that his elderly owner had mysteriously disappeared!

Apart from the woman’s favourite cat, the 83-year-old caregiver was the first to detect that the senior was missing.

Eleanor Richards, a community support officer for the Bodmin Police, says, “The woman’s caretaker called us first and told us she was missing.”

The search and rescue team tried all they could to find the lady, but Piran had already done all of the hard work. If only people would pay attention!

That’s when a neighbor saw him hovering “in the upper corner of a wide field near her home.”

Those vast landscapes were really concealing a mystery.
And, no, it wasn’t one of those lovely hidden gardens seen in novels or movies. It reminded me of the pit of sorrow in The Princess Bride.

The land had several hidden ravines, and Piran’s owner had fallen down a true whopper that was around 70 feet of sheer fear.

The brave feline knew precisely where she was and wouldn’t stop yowling until rescuers peered over the bushes. That’s when the squad heard the older woman’s cry for assistance!

Piran’s owner was carried back up to level ground via a rescue line before being put on a stretcher, thanks to Cornwall Fire and Rescue Service, Cornwall Air Ambulance, and SWAST.

She was promptly flown to the hospital by ambulance service from there.

Thanks to the crew who helped save this woman’s life, but when you think about it, this king cat was the one that saved the day. Piran’s care and concern saved his owner’s life, which might have been much worse.
“Because Cornwall is a pretty rural county, it is not uncommon for us to be called to people who may want help and access is difficult,” Richards told Newsweek.

“I can’t say we’ve ever received aid from a feline…” “That’s a first!” she said.

This simply goes to show that cats are not just aloof and unpleasant, but they are also our greatest saviors.

They will undoubtedly like performing this part.