in the middle of the night when she came into Mia’s room and woke her up urging her to test her blood sugar levels, which turned out to be extremely low.
The moment Mia’s mother realized that Pippa had this gift was when she couldn’t get into Mia’s room to check on her. “We quickly realized she was warning us. If Mia didn’t wake up, then she would come to my door and meow,” said Mrs. Jansa, “She really makes her presence felt, she won’t take no for an answer. She knows it’s important that I get up and help Mia,” she added. Although Pippa is not trained for any of this, she has a sense and can tell when Mia needs her. Mrs. Jansa explained, “We are working with the doctors to stop Mia’s night hypos, but in the meantime I sleep a bit easier knowing that Pippa is around.”
Make a Re-Stuffable Dog Toy. Does your dog go bonkers with stuffed toys? If your dog likes to rip stuffed animals apart you can make a re-stuffable dog toy.
It’s clear that Pippa is one smart cat, and it would be interesting if this special ability sparked some new research in this area. Does your pet have any sensing abilities like Pippa?