Alexis Hackney and her family discovered Trooper the kitty while flipping a house in 2014. Hackney decided to take the kitten, who was only two weeks old, with them.
Sarah Whaley, Hackney’s mother, was delighted to meet the kitten. The 96-year-old kitty began feeding the kitten with a bottle and was very fond of the tiny one. They became inseparable buddies quickly. Whaley had a tendency of having Trooper bring him everything. She brought several items, most notably socks, and placed them beside Whaley’s bed.
Whaley, on the other hand, became ill and had to spend time in bed. Whaley’s health deteriorated, but the cat remained. The kitten didn’t fight back as the old woman squeezed her while hugging her. She was aware of what was going on, as evidenced by the kitten’s expression.
Unfortunately, Whaley passed in March, and her buddy’s heart was broken. She bolted and hid behind the bed.
But, in order to avoid lying to her wonderful animal, Hackney brought the cat and demonstrated that the woman was no longer present. Trooper gradually felt better, but she would never forget her mom. She did, however, bring some socks and whatever she found near Whaley’s bed.