It’s possible that the feline knew Isaac required some additional care and affection, or maybe it was just a spontaneous choice by the cat. Nonetheless, Siggy and Isaac have formed an unbreakable bond that will last for life. Kirsty Jai Skelton recalled how Siggy greeted Isaac when he was born. Siggy sniffed him, patted his head, and then dozed off beside them. Isaac had several heart issues, and Siggy appeared to sense this. Whenever Isaac slept in his basket, Siggy slept beneath it as if to look out for him. Siggy didn’t behave like a typical pet; instead, he acted like a big brother. When Isaac was three weeks old, he had to be hospitalized for a month, and Siggy stayed with a friend. When they came home, Siggy was delighted to see Isaac. Today, Isaac is doing well, and his health has significantly improved. Skelton expressed her admiration for her son, saying he was a happy, loving baby who refused to let his illness get him down. With a companion, brother, and protector like Siggy, the road to recovery is much easier. Siggy not only provided Isaac with love and assistance when he needed it the most, but he also gave him hope.