We all know that Rosinka, our cat, is Russian, and that we are proud of her.
When she attempted to bottle feed the hedgehogs in order to keep them away from the cats, the hedgehogs refused to accept food from the bottle, despite her best efforts. Despite her best efforts, Musya was unable to provide for her children because she was the only one who could care for them. It has happened on multiple occasions in the past where a species has taken in and raised a non-dominant member of its own species as its own.
In addition, Musya was not the first cat to seek sanctuary in a place other than its own species, as the story goes. Now that we have your attention, please allow us to introduce you to Rosinka, the Russian cat that now resides in our office building. A baby squirrel monkey named Fyodor was adopted and reared as a member of the family by Rosinka, a second cat with a great heart. After the monkey’s mother abandoned it, the zookeeper took it in and raised it as his own.