We believe that cats are the popular pets to be adopted. They are not only adorable (honestly they’re cute) but they are additionally loyal, curious, and fiercely independent. They can be the best companion and best buddies for you and your family. Owning a cat can bring unconditional love and friendship to your life. Having a feline furry buddy in your life can even facilitate improving your lifestyle and help alleviate stress.
Having a pet means having best furry friends with you all the time – if it’s a cat then it’s the best thing to have in your life. Well! all cats are not the same. Each cat is different and has different capabilities. We know many people, who own disabled cats as well. These little babies require a bit more attention, care, and love, also they have a lot of attention to give to their humans. Cats are adaptable and able to deal with their impaired bodies, allowing them to experience a good quality of life.
We have an adorable story of Little Roo Russ. A story about how a girl named Marnie Russ who specialized in special animals adopted a kitty that looks like a kangaroo and was born without elbow joints.
Back in August 2016, when Roo Russ and her two little siblings were dropped off at safe heaven, a girl named Marnie Russ observed something was not right with her. According to Marnie, “She was considerably smaller than her siblings and the staff at the shelter noticed she was walking weird”. After an X-Ray, they discovered that the little baby was born without elbow joints. Later, Marnie adopted and took the little soul to her home and fell in love with her. Adorable!
Meet the adorable little Roo Russ.
Look at those adorable ears!
Even though Roo Russ was born without her elbow joints, still how joyous she looks.
Marnie shortly fell in love with her newly adopted kitty, and she decided to take care of her feline buddy at home.
Eight months later, Roo is satisfied and fluffy as ever, enjoying her joyous life.
What a cutie!
“She has learned to use her front legs like a normal kitty would, so if you didn’t know her story you wouldn’t think anything was wrong with her, except when she walks she is shorter in the front”
Did you bring anything for me, hooman?
“She has been successful in helping raise thousands of dollars for the organization that helped save her, the National Kitten Coalition”. “She is so great at giving back and she doesn’t even know it!”
Hooman trying to work but I won’t let him.
Look in my eyes, I’m a mysterious little kitty.
What a naughty fellow she is: “last night I shattered my moms terrarium, ruined her favorite piece of art, peed in the sink and knocked all the ornaments off the Christmas tree. Mom said I was on the naughty list but she bought me this new bed anyway!!!”
How to melt a hooman’s heart and get away from trouble? There you go.
Roo Russ enjoying her new Scratching toy from Santa!
What makes you think I’ll let you work?
If you own a special feline friend, you know how it feels. Although cats are more independent and loyal as compared to other pets, owning a special cat is considered a major commitment and requires sincerity and affection. They need owners, who can keep them as happy and healthy as possible.
Let us know if you own a special cat. Also, don’t forget to share your feline buddies’ pictures with us in the comment section below.