Location: West Vally City, Utah, USA


This is stumps at the age of 10 months. at birth, her mom ate part of both back legs then received no vet care. We got her from a family when she was a 4 month old TINY kitten of 2 pounds due to stunted growth due to pain so she wasn’t eating much, but not underweight. She came to live with us.
She was not spayed, no shots, and an infected leg that had to be removed at 5 months when antibiotics wouldn’t get rid of the infection. Within 6 wks of her first amputation, she ate enough so she caught up to the normal kitten weight for her age. This is her at 10 months, 10 days after her second amputation due to sores that wouldn’t heal on her other stump. She is now a very happy cat who LOVES to chase our dogs around the house. The only thing she can’t do is jump on the counters (of course that’s a good thing).

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Author: Tom “The Kittenmaster” Cooper

Tom is the owner of 4 amazing cats, and using the Daily Kitten he provides a place for cat and kitten lovers to share the love for their own cats and kittens.