Source Pravda.Ru

Cat killed while trying to defend its master

In Bezlesny settlement of Ulyanovsk Region, cat Vaska has died while heroically defending his 49-old owner from robbers.

The bandits rushed in to the house of the villager and demanded money from him. Though, he refused to pay, explaining he was poor and had no socked money, only means for bread and milk. Though, the enraged bandits were under influence of drags and did not want to take any excuse. One of them took a axe and strove for the host. Suddenly, the host’s cat Vaska attacked the robber and clung to the bandit with its claws.

The frightened villager took advantage of the bustle and left his house. He ran to the district police officer and told everything. When the law-enforcers finally reached his house, there were no robbers. While on the floor, the policemen found the killed hero cat.

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