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When Liel adopted a tuxedo cat named Panda, the two formed an instant bond. They did everything together. They played together, slept together, and cuddled together. But then Liel got pregnant.
For the next nine months, Panda continued following Liel around everywhere she went. But instead of focusing all her attention on Mom, Panda became enthralled with her growing belly. Whenever she got the opportunity, Panda would lay her head on Mom’s belly to ensure she was as close to the baby as possible. But what would happen once the baby was actually born? Would Panda lose interest or be jealous of all the attention placed on the newest family member?
Three months after Liel gave birth to her son Sean, she uploaded new photos of the new family dynamic — and the pictures went viral for good reason.
Scroll down to see what happened to Panda when baby Sean finally arrived…
Cats often get a bad rap. Many people think they’re aloof, bring bad luck, and are too dangerous to be placed anywhere near babies.
But one mom named Liel Ainmar Assayag is here to dispel this rumor.
The second Liel got pregnant, her two-and-a-half-year-old rescue cat, Panda, was nothing but loving and attentive.