Cats Don’t Need 4 Legs To Have A Good Time

American bobtail black Meagan Malone, 31, said her sister told her she knew of a family who had a two-legged cat they couldn’t take care of. That family was planning to have the gray fluffball put to sleep until Malone got in touch and said she’d take the pet. Malone took the cat home in August 2014. buy actavis online

Malone said she was worried during the first week or so she had Pancake, thinking she may have made the wrong decision. “She didn’t really move or play,” the Idaho woman morphine online

As Malone continued to care for the kitten and encourage her to walk and stand up, Pancake began to adapt. buy magic mushrooms

“She started standing up, she started to hop around, she started eating out of a bowl. That was a big step for her,” Malone said. The tiny cat, who used to just lie in one spot, quickly became “very playful and really affectionate.”

These days, Pancake walks on her back two legs, hunched over “like a little old person,” Malone said. When the cat tries to run, it’s more like a hop, with Pancake propelling herself forward with her back feet and landing on her chest. For this reason, Malone has placed “landing pads” made of towels and blankets around the house, so Pancake can jump off of furniture without hurting herself. American bobtail blackblack Turkish angora kittens for saleRussian blue for sale

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