Hi, my name is Angela Tinning and the
cat is Missy Johnson. So, we’ve had her from nine weeks old. With Missy’s behaviour, it had alerted me to go to the GP. The GP sent me to the hospital – the consultant
at the hospital performed a mammogram and biopsies. The biopsy showed atypical
cells with suspicious cells on top, as well. The consultant told me that if they
weren’t removed, then they could form a cancerous tumour, so obviously I’m
very thankful to Missy for alerting me to the signs. I’m very, very thankful
to Missy for her behaviour – usually she’s aloof, she doesn’t like
a cuddle and I can put up with any of that because if it wasn’t for her then I
wouldn’t be here, possibly. Missy can behave in any way she wants, she’s our hero!
Yeah, she can do whatever she wants really.