The cat with no front legs

Next time we find ourselves groaning and moaning about our problems, remember “Able” — the cat with no front legs and his indomitable spirit.

And for comic relief, here’s another cat who just saw his reflection in a mirror:


14 responses to “The cat with no front legs

  1. Hadenoughalready

    Speechless…..and in awe.

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  2. Beautiful

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  3. Cool vid, i still hate cats though


  4. Where there’s a Will, there’s a Way! Great Video, I want Able!! What a great, perfect name for that Cat, He’s (Beg my Pard if I Misgendered) ABLE to overcome a huge obstacle in life, no phsyc meds needed, just happy to be alive!!!

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  5. God gives us a way as we lean on him we can over come anything thank you Doc made my day.

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  6. 🙂

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  7. Richard Raymond

    Gives a whole new meaning to the saying “adapt and overcome” with a good attitude to boot!

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  8. Aw! What a darling!! Bless his owners!

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  9. Love how he does the stairs…great kitty!

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  10. What a wonderful, fully purposed little animal. Over the Easter weekend, I was talking to my sister, and expressing the sorrow I feel over the fact that Baby (my 11 year old cat) is blind in one eye. She came to me in that condition. The reply my sister made was rather perfect, she said, “animals are not like people, they do not complain and feel disabled–they just go right ahead and find a way to overcome whatever their handicap is. They take it in their stride, as though their circumstances were perfectly normal.”

    Obviously, with the excellent mobility of this dear little cat, that is exactly what he has done. I rather think that he does not spend time in commiserating the fact that his activities are limited.

    What a great lesson this is for us humans.

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  11. ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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    • Baby only sees YOU and the world you provide for her with her ONE eye….she knows no other. You are her world! I’ve been watching “The Amazing Dr. Pol” and noticed once that he said that the vision of cats vs the vision of most other animals is DIFFERENT…that, a one-eyed cat STILL perceives depth as opposed to a one-eyed human, for intance, who has trouble with depth. I paid special attention to this b/c my father lost the vision in ONE eye when he was aged 4….and, BTW….my dad never betrayed a problem with his vision—driving cars, repairing anything broken, home reconstruction/repairs…he was a genius of “making things work.” I never ever ONCE noticed (even tho’ I knew his history with this) that he was “handicapped” by having lost his vision in one eye. Please, Auntie….feel secure in the fact that your Baby, a cat who does not experience the loss of vision in an eye even as SEVERE as a human—like the loss of depth….like my dad did…..has lived “normally” for those 11 years…and many more to come!. BLESS YOU for loving and receiving the love of your sweet Baby!

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      • CalGirl . . . . God Bless you for such sweet and comforting words. Although I always thought I loved dogs more than cats. Baby has certainly turned me around.

        One very sweet thing she has started doing . . . in the middle of the night, she will come into my bedroom, get up on the bed, and come over to cuddle with me. She will drape herself over my chest, and I put my arm up to support and cuddle her to me. Last night she did this three times. I don’t know if she is lonely when she does it, or what . . . It is just the sweetest thing.

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