(1) Two minute video, 'Fluffy' the hero cat saves old man's life
Summary of above video and details of how V&V, S&S, dhamma vicaya were evident.
cat's name is 'fluffy.'
whenever the old man's cell phone rang, he'd talk to his cat and say, "ring a ding, fluffy." So the cat knew that phrase of speech/vaca was a ringing cell phone.
old man fell in shower and couldn't move for 16 hours. He knew he'd be dead if he couldn't call for help. So in last ditch effort, he calls out to his cat, "ring a ding, fluffy." 5 minutes later, the cat had pushed the phone off the counter and moved it to where the old man could reach the phone and call for help, saving his life.
Obviously the cat had sati, remembering that the vocalized speech vaca "ring a ding, fluffy" was associated with ringing cell phone. The cat had sampajano and dhammavicaya, lucidly discerning how that memory could be used to help the old man, and understanding that a cell phone could communicate with other people. And the cat must have been using vitakka and vicara, as an intermediary thoughts between vaca, V&V as vaci-sankhara, and the perceptions and attention that could comprehend the meaning of that human speech.
In the remaining videos, you can work out the same logic in how V&V, S&S, dhamma vicaya are being used.
(2) 5 min. video cat prevents baby from falling off ledge
summary of above video:
What's really clear is the cat totally understands what's going on, and is so gentle in carrying out the compassionate response. When the baby first reaches for the rail, the cat looks at the dad (camera man with cell phone on couch) as if to say, "what are you doing lying on that couch you negligent parent?"
When the dad doesn't do anything, the cat steps in to help. Fully aware his claws are sharp, notice how he gently pushes the baby's arm down, and then repeatedly gentle and patient when the baby tries to climb up.
(3) 1 min. video, cat jumps on baby to prevent it from going down stairs, then blocks the stair entrance.
(4) 4 min. video, cat saves baby's life.
summary of above video:
when baby was turning blue and gasping for air, cat ran down to try to get mom's attention jumping into her lap a few times. That didn't work, so the cat ran back into the baby's room, got right up next to the baby monitor (microphone on 24hr to hear baby in crib) and screeched and hissed so loud that the mom came up to investigate, then noticed the baby in trouble.