A sailor who can't hear the sound of the ocean, has not a single worry about navigating on the ever so unpredictable waters because he has a cat who hears and listens for him.Meet Skatty the 6-month-old polydactyl Maine Coon cat.Photo: Paul J. ThompsonSkatty or Strauss von Skattebol of RebelPawz, ca...

A sailor who can't hear the sound of the ocean, has not a single worry about navigating on the ever so unpredictable waters because he has a cat who hears and listens for him.Meet Skatty the 6-month-old polydactyl Maine Coon cat.Photo: Paul J. ThompsonSkatty or Strauss von Skattebol of RebelPawz, ca...

Military Working Dog Ootto and Staff Sgt. Billy Lofton, 100th Security Force Squadron Military Working Dog handler, patrol buildings around "Forward Operating Base Oakwood," Sept. 4, 2012, during a mission rehearsal exercise, also known as MRX, at Stanford Training Area, Thetford. The MRX was joint training between the U.S. Air Force and British Royal Air Force regiments, before the RAF members deploy to Afghanistan.

Military Working Dog Ootto and Staff Sgt. Billy Lofton, 100th Security Force Squadron Military Working Dog handler, patrol buildings around "Forward Operating Base Oakwood," Sept. 4, 2012, during a mission rehearsal exercise, also known as MRX, at Stanford Training Area, Thetford. The MRX was joint training between the U.S. Air Force and British Royal Air Force regiments, before the RAF members deploy to Afghanistan.

Senior Airman Michael Malarsie (blinded in Afghanistan) and his Fidelco guide dog, "Xxon". Both amazing heroes.

Senior Airman Michael Malarsie (blinded in Afghanistan) and his Fidelco guide dog, "Xxon". Both amazing heroes.

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