Hazel the cat loves paper. Jackpot when she found the roll of toilet paper in the bathroom.
Meet Pippin, a fluffy cat who is happily living his cat life on two legs.
“Pippin was born with radial hypoplasia, a rare disease that twisted the bones in his front legs. When he was born he couldn’t walk, and the vet wasn’t sure if he would survive. With a lot of work and patience Pippin has adapted to living on two legs and is as happy and playful as any other cat,” said Pippin’s human via Instagram.
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“A baby photo of little Pip the day I rescued him! That basket helped him sit upright despite his arms and he slept in it until he physically couldn’t fit anymore.”
Baby Pippin finishing his breakfast.
When he was born he couldn’t walk. Against all odds, Pippin learned to walk with his hind legs. Look at him now!
Pippin enjoying this October.
“Is this a painting of me?”
Pippin standing like a boss!
Pip is as happy and playful as any other cats.
Pippin hears treat! [VIDEO]
Paw-eye coordination practice. [VIDEO]
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Tiny kitty is getting very sweepy but still refuses to go to sleep.
Scoop the ambidextrous cat uses a unique scooping technique when she eats.
“When I adopted my cat, she was already named Scoop as a newspaper reporter reference (as in ‘getting the scoop’), but coincidentally, she has developed the unique eating technique of scooping her food with alternating paws, so now her name really fits her,” said Scoop’s human.
She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone in the shelter.
“This little lady was taken to the Everett, WA animal shelter when she was one week old. Then she was taken to Purrfect Pals, where she was renamed Pocket since she fits right into your pocket,” said Pocket’s foster mom via Instagram.
Pocket was sick and alone at the shelter. “She was given medicine, lots of good food and love, and placed with a litter of sweet kitties to be her new friends. She is sweet as can be and has SUPER loud non-stop purr!”
She was a pocket sized kitten when they found her alone and sick in the shelter.
One week old Pocket fits right into a tiny pocket.
They took her home to foster and introduced her to a litter of sweet kittens. She was much smaller than her furry friends.
A handful of sweet fluffiness.
“Everything the light touches is our kingdom ….”
Little Pocket is ready to rule the world.
“I nap here with you.”
Pocket all grown up now living happily in her forever loving home.
Cole & Marmalade regularly check in on their humans when they’re working from home to make sure purroductivity levels are at their highest! This is what it’s like to work with cats.
Button the kitten is playing chase and pounce with her dad. It’s just adorable!
“Button and me playing, like real kittens should! Jumping, (cute) attacking, and having lots of crazy fun. And of course she got cuddles and a kiss at the end. Such a sweetheart,” said Greg.