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Family Gave Their Dad With Dementia A Robotic Cat Cause His Kitty Couldn’t Come To The Hospital

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“To see his face and eyes light up that he has a kitty again was priceless. It made me cry.”

Cheryl had a hunch her father would gravitate to his new friend given his past. Known for his incredible sense of humor and deep love for animals of all kinds, there was no better gift. “My dad found homes for so many strays and took many to shelters and humane societies over the years,” she told POPSUGAR. “He always donated to humane society and animals shelters. He loves animals so much and was always asking for his cats, so now he has his kitty again. To him, this cat is as real as a real kitty, that is the silver lining. It’s one of the last wishes he is getting. He can’t come home, but he now has his kitty with him.”

Photo: Facebook / Cheryl Yates

And Cheryl’s not the only one who noticed a big change in her father; the hospital staff have taken notice, too. “To see his face and eyes light up that he has a kitty again was priceless. It made me cry,” she explained. “My dad was so happy on Christmas Day. He holds the kitty in his arms constantly. My dad believes this is a real, live kitty. All the nurses were blown away by the difference in my father. I highly recommend these companion robotic cats for any seniors with dementia or Alzheimer’s.”

Scroll through to get a look at this newfound friendship that’s sure to completely warm your heart.

 

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