Rescue organization founder Shannon Basner took in a nine-week-old kitten with legs twisted from a spinal injury. The veterinary report predicted the little one would be permanently incontinent, but the bouncy girl had other plans in mind. Full of vitality and determination, the feline wonder routinely uses a place lined with puppy wee pads set up just for her.
The little fluff ball became known as Lady Purrl, and she charmed everyone in her path. Lady Purrl made fast friends with the resident dog, Cinder, who instantly wanted to unleash her maternal instincts on the kitten, and cat HarPURR, himself a cat unable to use his hind legs, who became a mentor for the little one.
Unwilling to let their hind end challenges slow them down, the two felines chase each other around the house, using their strong forelegs to help pull them wherever they want to go. HarPURR schools Lady Purrl in the finer points of being a cat. Following an exhausting session of play with her cat friend, the kitten turns to Cinder the dog for snuggles and love.
This kitten is not Cinder’s first. In fact, she has a history of loving orphaned kittens and puppies. She’s happiest when she’s got a baby to nuzzle, providing Lady Purrl with the perfect companion at nap time. Between her two best friends, a disabled cat, and a maternal dog, the little kitten has exactly the love and fun that any little feline could ask for.