Dementia is a condition that involves memory loss, communication difficulties, impaired thinking, and uncontrollable emotions along with behavioral changes. It can be quite challenging for both the patients and their loved ones to cope with. Cheryl Yates, however, was able to handle her father’s dementia effectively thanks to her knowledge and instincts, preventing any further emotional distress.
While you’re scrolling through Cheryl’s Facebook photos, it’s pretty clear that her dad has a soft spot for their cat. The robotic kitty brought him an enormous amount of happiness and he couldn’t resist giving it hugs over and over again.
Sylvie Schiller commented on Yates’ post, sharing that her mother, who suffers from dementia, has a cat that looks just like the one in the video. The feline companion has been with her mother for three years and has brought her immense joy, even as her health declines. Sylvie noted that when the nurse places the cat on her mother’s lap and it begins to meow or purr, her mother’s face lights up with a big smile. She highly recommends getting a cat like this for anyone seeking a loving companion for their loved ones with dementia. Be sure to watch the video for some heartwarming inspiration.
I recently came across this video on a different channel, which suggested that the little kitten may have two independently functioning brains due to unsuccessful separation during development. This may explain why she sways her head from side to side as she tries to maintain her balance. Although the survival rate for such births is usually poor, some kittens born this way have managed to live well into adulthood with proper care from their human parents. This precious little darling deserves all the love and care she is receiving. Best wishes to her.