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Caffrey the Two-legged Cat

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A four-legged animal can often get along well on three legs. When a pet only has the use of two legs, its owner can add wheels to the animal's back or front. But what if a cat has only one front leg and one rear leg? On the same side? Caffrey the cat lost his left hind leg to an automobile collision ten years ago. Four months ago, a malignant growth on his left front leg led to another amputation. Caffrey, no longer a young cat, was back on his two remaining right feet within a few days! Link -via Arbroath

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I am both impressed by his incredible ability to adapt...and saddened by the way he's wobbling around...but I guess you only get one life? I've heard cats will not eat when they are depressed, etc...and he seems healthy/eating good for him, I suppose.
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