fwiw, caveat lector especially in regard to the meaning and reliability of IQ scores:Koko was a very intelligent gorilla, with an estimated IQ of somewhere between 75 and 95. Such a gentle animal.
Sadly now RIP.
One of my cars had a faulty window that would spontaneously drop down. It did that one night when I visited a friend after collecting a bag of cooked chicken scraps for my cats. On my return a smug-looking tomcat exited the vehicle, in no hurry, probably unable to move past walking pace after his immense and sumptuous supper.
https://www.unexplained-mysteries.com/news/331977/cat-saves-baby-from-falling-down-staircaseThis remarkable video from Colombia shows the moment a cat leaps into action to save a baby from a nasty fall.
It seems that dogs are not the only household pets capable of lending a helping hand (or paw).
The footage, which recently came to light after it was posted on a Facebook group dedicated to cat videos, shows an attentive feline rushing to stop a young child falling down a flight of stairs.
The video starts off with the youngster crawling on the floor towards an open door at the top of the stairs. Seemingly aware of what's about to happen, the cat can be seen jumping up and rushing at speed across the room before physically grabbing the baby and pushing it away from danger.