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Cats Who May Have Lost Their Legs But Are Still Purrsevering

Sometimes, unfortunate things happen to the most undeserving creatures. These cats and kittens are some of these creatures. Whether by amputation or through accident, these cats have lost one or more of their legs. Sad as we may be about it though, these cats are proof that we can get through anything and live happily. And that even if one is not perfect, they're still deserving of care and love. 

To celebrate their perseverance, we have put together a collection of pictures of cats who have lost their legs. Some of them are hopping on their back legs, some have figured out a way to walk on their front legs alone, but they're all alive and happy. We're here to show them and their owners the appreciation that they deserve and wish them the absolute best in the world. 

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Heartwarming: Man Documents His Daily Life With a Blind And Deaf Dog

While many people would hesitate to adopt a disabled dog because they are concerned that they might not be able to take care of the pet's needs adequately, Aiden Michael Mann, a veterinary assistant, knew he was definitely up to the task.

He adopted a deaf and partially blind miniature Australian shepherd named Plum and the two became a perfect match!  

Although he was worried at first, when the two of them finally met, Aiden knew he had made the right choice.

Once Aiden brought Plum home, the real work began. He needed time to adjust to her needs, and she needed time to adapt to him and her new environment. Aiden taught her to sit when touched under the chin, and he also taught her to follow. To do so, he would gently guide her nose in the direction he wanted her to go in. 

Aiden posts on his Instagram page videos and photos from their daily life together and it's heart-melting!  



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Disabled Cat Goes Around Vet Clinic To Comfort Other Sick Animals

What a wonderfully magical black cat! Meet Lucifer, or Lucik, a disabled cat that helps sick pets fight their ailments and get better! 

In an animal clinic called Klyk, located in Perm, Russia, Lucik is their furry nursing assistant who takes part in everything that's happening with both doctors and patients. 


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Snake-Bitten Mini Horse Named Teaspoon Can Walk Again Thanks To Wheelchair

This poor mini-horse has had a real tough start to life, at just 5-months-old. 

Teaspoon, was sadly left disabled after being bitten by a snake in her back leg. The leg soon became necrotic and needed to be amputated. Teaspoon's former owners soon realized they wouldn't be able to provide the attention and extra care she needed following the operation. 

Panda Paws Rescue came to the rescue! With additional help from the New Jersey-based animal farm rescue Goats of Anarchy, the two rescues came together to carefully transport Teaspoon from Louisiana to her new home at Goats of Anarchy, which is a farm that is focused on caring for special need animals. 

And when Walkin' Pets heard about Teaspoon's five months of hardship, they also wanted to help. Thanks to the parts they donated, the first-ever Walkin' Wheels wheelchair built for a horse was created! And additional thanks for the wheelchair frame donated by Panda Paws. 

Thanks to all these incredible people who came together -- Teaspoon can now walk! 

Her journey so far as been documented on Goats of Anarchy's Instagram page:

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Disabled Man Climbs Out Of Wheelchair To Save a Kitten Stuck In Drain

This is the heartwarming moment a disabled Malaysian man climbed out of his wheelchair to rescue a kitten stranded in a filthy storm drain and turned into our hero. Story via: Paws Planet

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Man Creates 'Wheelchair' For Disabled Goldfish Because All Living Creatures Deserve A Chance

A kind-hearted man, Henry Kim, created a 'wheelchair' for his disabled pet goldfish and it's a beautiful reminder that all living creatures deserve a chance at life.

Kind of restores your faith in humanity, wouldn't you say?

Read more about Henry Kim and how he saved his goldfish below!

Story via Daily Mail

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Purr-fection: 24 Imperfectly Perfect Pets

Disabled or not, all animals are beautiful and deserve love. Here are some imperfect perfect pets that will steal your heart with no intention of returning it! And we don't mind! 

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Alex is an adorable and high spirited pitbull. Sadly, when she was 6 months old, an accident left her hind legs paralyzed. Her owners never gave up on her. After countless therapy sessions and talking with many specialists, her owners came up with the perfect custom-made wheelchair that allows her to live life to the fullest. This is her story!


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These Beautiful Portraits Of Disabled Cats Still Enjoying Life Aim At Fighting Negative Perceptions

Photographer Monika Malek wants to change the way people think about disabled cats and show that they are just as wonderful as any other regular feline. Her project is called, "I Am Still A Cat". Monika says: "The goal is to bridge the gap between people's perception of able-bodied and disabled cats. This is my attempt to show people that a disability does not mean that a cat is inferior. A disabled cat doesn't require care 24 hours a day, the same as an able-bodied cat. He eats the same amount. He plays the same way. Meows, as well, and purrs the same," she writes. Via: Pulpastic


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Romanian Animal Shelter Makes Sure Every Dog That Needs a Wheelchair, Gets One

The people at "Hope Shelter" are friggen angels! If you'd like to find out more about their organization or donate to their cause, click here.

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