Most adorable kitten with deformed legs waiting for ‘purr-fect’ home

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Meet River – this adorable kitten was likely born with her front deformed legs, but she doesn’t let her disability stop her. And what could be more inspiring than a beautiful kitten who is happy just as she is? The staff at the Bedford County Humane Society have no doubt fallen in love with her. River walks upright and has no trouble motoring around – just being too cute!

Bedford County Humane Society is located in Everett, Pennsylvania. Within one hour of River’s photos having been posted on the organization’s Facebook page Wednesday afternoon, hundreds of people have been “awwing” and “cooing” about her. Of course, she has special needs, and will require a home with a very patient and loving family.

Please share River’s story with friends, family and social media. Contact the Bedford County Humane Society directly with any questions about this kitten. We are all looking forward to meeting her new family.

(Photos of kitten with deformed legs via Facebook)

Contact information:

1108 Lutzville Road

Everett, Pennsylvania 15537Highlights info row image

(814) 623-8968
Hours 1:00PM – 5:00PM
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13 replies
  1. Jayne E Isaacs says:

    so sad! what a beautiful guy! I wished he was closer as I would add him to our family which has senior dogs also!! Hope his previous owner recovers soon!!!

  2. Kathleen Drude says:

    She is a doll baby and i have special needs kids! The fact she was born this way means nothing, she gets around just fine and she doesnt know she is different! Thats a wonderful thing just because a little one isnt perfect doesnt mean you cant love them!

  3. Solveig Pettersson says:

    She is wonderful ???? have she same problems as Lil Bub has ? Whish her a wonderful foreverhome ???????????? Big Hugs from Sweden ❤❤❤❤❤❤

  4. linda says:

    Too cute! I’m sure she will be adopted. We had 2 kittens with deformities in Boston and there were thousands of applicants.


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