Friday, November 2, 2012

Hi, I'm Little Bear! Welcome to my new blog!

Hi! I'm Little Bear, and I'm a very special kitty! I was born with severely deformed front legs. They're missing the radii, which means I can't walk normally and I'm in a lot of pain. Despite this, I'm a very energetic kitty and I love to play! I don't let my disability slow me down!

My human Mommy Allie rescued me from the New Hampshire Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. All of my littermates had some sort of birth defect, but mine was the worst, and I was the last to be adopted. Luckily, Allie took me home and now I'm a happy and loved kitty!

My Mommy wants me to be able to run and play like normal kitties do, without falling down and hurting myself, so she's trying to find a vet who can help me in any way possible! I've met so many nice humans since she set out on her search. Sometimes humans can be cruel to animals but all of the nice people we've met have made me realize that not all humans are bad!

This blog is a way for me to keep all of my pawsome friends (human and feline alike!) updated on my journey! I'll have lots of news, pictures and videos to share with you as often as I can, so please take a moment to subscribe to my blog so you don't miss out! And be sure to come visit me on Facebook, too!


  1. Hello Little Bear. I hope you get the help you need.

  2. I know God is watching over you and it will all work out. Have faith, sometimes it takes time. Love looking at your pictures and hearing about your adventures! Love to you little one!

  3. I know God is watching over you and it will all work out, sometimes it takes a little time. Just have faith. I love looking at your pictures and hearing about your adventures. Love to you little one!!


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