Precious little darling. Glad to see he/she has a nice home.
^ yeah bless those people who give him a loving home. he seemed to be doing just fine and hes a cutey!
Last edited by autumn; December 19th, 2009 at 10:20 AM. Reason: spell
Aw, he's got beautiful markings and hell, he doesn't know he's "deformed".
I have a 16 year old Cavalier with the same affliction. He was born with his whole left side compressed after being the bottom pup in a litter of 8.
Thanks, Nightdragon and KrisNine!
I wonder if surgery can fix the kitten's front (left) leg. It may not fully fix it, but breaking the leg and re-setting it could help it to move around more freely.
I don't know what I was expecting with a thread title of "deformed kitten" but now I'm thoroughly depressed after seeing that video. Poor baby.
here I am, rock you like a hurricane.
Don't be depressed - kitten doesn't have any idea that he's deformed.
Don't worry frecklered, as Brookie said, these little guys have no idea they are handicapped. They figure out what they need to get around and they adapt quite well. Recently my little guy had tear duct surgery and needed all the blood work-up before they could operate. The vet said Laney had the hemoglobin count of an athlete. lol
That is a cute dog Pleiades.
I didn't realize the video was posted over 3 years ago. Apparently this is the cat now (almost a year ago):
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