Little Fighter Kitten Kanga Roo Entered Into New Family’s Life And Won Their Hearts

In Northern California, a tiny one-pound kitten was dropped off at a house to be euthanized. She had radial hypoplasia, which affects the height of a leg, and caused her front legs to be curled in. She had a difficult time stepping on all fours because of her short limbs.

In Northern California, a tiny one-pound kitten was dropped off at a house to be euthanized. She had radial hypoplasia, which affects the height of a leg, and caused her front legs to be curled in. She had a difficult time stepping on all fours because of her short limbs.

The woman named Cheryl spotted the furball in the house

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She contacted Saving Grace Rescue a few weeks later so they could save her. A footage was uploaded by the animal sanctuary of Kanga Roo, the name given to the tiny fighter.

When the footage was posted on social media channels, her forever home came knocking.

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Kanga Roo was soon adopted and once she reached the lacked two pounds, she was spayed and met her brothers and sisters. Wanna meet her family?? Then click on The Next Page.