Rescue cat saves diabetic girl's life 20 times
A rescue cat has been performing rescues of her own - by sensing when her owner's blood sugar levels are dangerously low.
The black and white cat, called Pippa, alerts family members when diabetic Mia Jansa, 8, is about to suffer a hypoglycaemic episode.
Since the Whitstable family adopted the cat from the RSPCA in August, she has saved Mia's life about 20 times.
Laura told BBC Radio 5 live's Breakfast: "She came to the rescue really... She's one in a million, definitely".
- From the section UK