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November 27, 2012 at 8:00 AMComments: 2 Faves: 0

Disability Has No Meaning for these Two Kittens Born without Legs

By Victoria Swanson More Blogs by This AuthorFrom the Paws & Awws Blog Series

Having a bad day? Maybe the line at Starbucks was too long. Maybe the kids are at "it" again with their bickering. Maybe you're having a bad hair day. Maybe, just maybe, we need to be reminded that things could be worse, and certain things need to be put in perspective.

Amazing Grace and Anakin, two kittens born without legs, have no idea what a bad day is. You may think these two little kittens have a bad day everyday, but that is far from the truth. Watching their playful attitude (see videos below) will easily change your bad day into a great day!

Amazing Grace was born without her two front legs, while Anakin was born without his two hind legs and a pelvis. That doesn't stop these two little fur babies having fun, being affectionate, and just waking up every day with a positive purpose of being cute and loving! Their awe-inspiring stories can only make you turn your frown upside down!

A valuable lesson that I learned from these two kittens, is one should never be quick to judge others limitations. Instead, embrace the opportunity, from watching these two kittens, that being different doesn't make a pet any less worthy. Pets with disabilities quickly find new ways to adapt and move forward, heck, they don't even realize there is something "wrong" with them. No grudges, no blaming, just another day for them, finding toys to play with, windows to look out of, and a warm lap to lay in.

Watch Anakin

Watching Amazing Grace

Interested in possibly adopting a disabled pet? To learn more about opening your heart, and home to these wonderful fur kids, read my blog about adopting special needs pets. Although, they have limitations, and sharing your life with a disabled pet may have some challenges, it will offer everyday happiness!

What do you think of these kitten's disabilities? Would you consider adopting/rescuing a disabled kitten or puppy? If you already have a disabled pet, share their story with us!


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