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    Hello!

    My name is Caroline, I am 21 years old, and I live in North/Central FL.

    My story:
    A stray queen in my apartment complex gave birth to a litter of four precious babies about a month ago, or so. Sadly, one of them was born with Swimmer’s Legs. That means that her back legs are splayed out all funny, so she can’t walk properly and has to scoot around everywhere.
    ** I actually joined this forum to see if I could get some advice regarding her situation! **

    Two of the kittens are male, and two are female. The orange kitten, and Legs (the one with the disorder) are both genetically bob-tailed, just like their diluted tortoiseshell mother!
    They are literally the sweetest things, and have been great regarding socialization with humans and other cats.

    ** Since we have two cats of our own, we are only going to keep Legs due to the concern of her higher possibility of euthanasia if we brought her into a rescue or a shelter. Plus, once we move in a few weeks, I will be a stay-at-home student and will have all the time in the world to work on helping her in her situation, and hopefully getting her legs back into shape! **

    But yeah, here are my little cuties (these pictures were taken about 10 days ago, so they’re a bit bigger now!):
    Boy Twin
    Girl TwinLegsOrange BoyThree Gray TabbysAll Four Babies

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