Here's another hint on how special animals can really be.
Janine Demartini one day decided to adopt a cat shelter, At the time, he had no evidence that his decision would change his family's life.
She sponsored Herbie from Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue, and he was personable, friendly, and calm.
After spending a long day at work, school, and the kids, Janine went to bed. Suddenly Herbie began to squirm out loud, and was generally a light cat until she knew something was wrong.
Janine didn't initially care much for this, but when Herbie entered her room and started jumping on her bed and moaning, she realized something was wrong.
When she woke up, Herbie walked to the bed, went to the door, and looked at her mother. As if to say "follow me!"
Janine also remembers:
"He was very tired and I thought, well, he is just a cat. But something said that this was not his character. There is something wrong."
So I decided to follow Herbie.
The eager cat clearly led Janine to her daughter's room, and when Janine opens the door, she discovers a terrible sight.
Her little girl in a blanket covered with a blanket made "stifling noises."
The girl must have turned around and the blanket was strangling her!
Herby quickly jumped into the crib and began to "scratch" and remove the blanket from the boy's face.
If Herbie had not been present to alert Janine to the dire situation, young Isabella, who was only a few months old at the time, would likely have died.
Ironically, Janine is a social worker who has already written papers on the benefits of animal assisted therapy, and now she has an incredibly powerful and energetic vitality!
The mother said with gratitude: "He saved my daughter." "Herbie is the hero."
Herbie now has a place in DeMartini's house, and she has an unbreakable bond with Isabella the little one and the whole family.