Michelle Pearson and husband will adopted Mia from the Humane Society a couple of years ago. Now Mia may haver helped save her owner’s life.

“All of a sudden out of nowhere, she just got up on my chest and she sniffed that breast and then looked in my face, sniffed the spot again and looked in my face and I tried to shove her off and she came back up and just laid down on that right breast and she looked at me like ‘I’m trying to tell you something,'” said Michelle Pearson.

Days later, she got a phone call saying she had stage two breast cancer and the start of a long road of treatment and recovery.

“Because we caught this early, my prognosis is much better,” said Pearson.

To read more about the cat that detected breast cancer, click here.

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