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Loyal Cat Accompanied Her Sick Best Friend To The End

Eliza, a devoted cat who became her greatest friend and another cause to smile, was with Kylie in her final days. Kylie was a courageous young woman who had to depart this world after fighting illness.

Kylie’s mother, Robin Myers, said:

“I’ve heard people refer to animals as angels, but until Eliza met Kylie, I never knew what that meant.”

This gorgeous cat, who was formerly known as Dolly, was skin and bones when she arrived to Angels Amount Us animal rescue group.

We at Angels Amount said:

“We restored her health, and she was awaiting adoption when we received a very upsetting call. Just when they believed her cancer treatment was through and she would be recovering, a stunning girl named Kylie returned to her.

“The household had no intention of taking in a new kitten. In order to be with Kylie during her final days on life, we really hastened to bring Dolly (now named Eliza) there on loan.”

When Eliza first entered the room, the girl’s grin brightened the entire space, and the cat curled up in her arms and essentially remained with her for two and a half days.

When Kylie had her prescription, Eliza laid her paw on her shoulder and stayed by her side. The other girls attempted to play with her to keep her entertained, but Eliza eventually went back to the bed to give Kylie a cuddle.

Says Robin

She had this purpose and it was the most lovely thing to witness that she was absolutely committed to loving Kylie.

At first, it was believed that the cat had gone to that home to be with the girl while she spent her final days, but it was only a tiny portion of your mission. Kylie knew it was time for her to go and she had plans for her beloved Eliza and her family.

Eliza was the cat who comforted Kylie’s mother, cuddled in her arms, and purred in her ears when she heard her cry; Kylie asked her family to give Eliza a forever home and take good care of her.

“I have never owned a pet that is so tuned in to what we need, especially a cat.”