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Mourning Cat Spends An Entire Year By Dead Owner's Grave Stone

Mourning Cat Spends An Entire Year By Dead Owner's Grave Stone

One cat in Indonesia is so gutted about her owner's death that she's spent a whole year lying by her grave.

The forlorn feline was the subject of an attempted adoption but always returned to the gravesite in Central Java, where she was discovered crying by Keli Keningau Prayitno, 28.

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In typical moggy fashion, the cat only leaves the grave to grab some food off her deceased owner's children at her old home but is invariably hugging the headstone.

Keli, who tried to adopt the cat, told the Mirror: "Since the cat's mother died she has stayed here at the grave. She does not want to go home. She has been here for almost a year.

"I thought she was homeless and tried to help but every time she wold keep returning to the same place.

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"I saw her every day and noticed that she was always there, but sometimes would leave for a couple of hours then come back.

"I followed her and she was going to the home where she used to live and the lady's children would feed her.

"Then the cat would go back again to the same place. She sleeps there and meows.

The cat probably just hates Keli's haircut. Image: SWNS

"It's very sad to see. It shows just how close animals are to their owners."

He added: "We take some food and water to the cat but she still likes to go home. She's at the grave every day."

You gotta be kitten me. Are you sure the cat's not just doing cat stuff?

Featured image credit: SWNS

Topics: Cat, Animals, Cats

Josh Teal

Josh Teal is a journalist at LADbible. He has contributed to the 'Knowing Me, Knowing EU' and 'UOKM8?' campaigns interviewing everyone from student drug dealers to climate change activists.