They thought this kitten couldn’t walk, but the little kitten surprised everyone when a kind woman took a chance on him.
A small black and white kitten was among other rescued cats in a pound in Montreal, Canada. He had trouble using his hind legs when he tried to walk and had to use his front paws to push himself forward.
Louise found the little guy at the shelter and knew she had to save him as the shelter didn’t have the resources to keep him.
The kitten named Kidou came in a small frame and was only half the size for its age. Even though he was so small, he was determined to grow. Nothing stopped the cute kitten from getting its food and pets from its humans.
Kidou was able to regain strength in his legs while he was in the care of his Savior. With good food, regular massages and lots of love, he started walking again.
Louise reached for her local rescue, Chaton’s Orphelins Montréal, hoping to give the little guy the best care he deserved and a chance at an forever loving home.
“He was so lucky that Louise took care of him. Kidou came to us when he was eight months old, but he was only the size of a four-month-old kitten,” said Chatons Orphelins Montréal Love Meow.
“His eyes are a little apart. He moves a little slower than other kittens, possibly due to developmental delays.”
What he lacks in size, Kidou certainly makes up for in personality. The little guy quickly found his favorite place for a nap in his human’s lap.
Check out Kidou and his journey in this video:
“He immediately settled in his nursing home as if he had been there all his life,” said the rescue. “He’s been looking for cuddles since he arrived.”
Now Kidou likes to follow everyone around the house, play, and take naps. “He’s very loving and likes to talk to his people. He’ll come and lie on your chest to hug each other whenever he gets a chance.”
When he sees someone sit down, Kidou comes running and curls up on his lap.
The cute kitten is so happy to be in a cozy home with people to love. He fills the house with his adorable purr and insists on being around his people all the time.
“He follows us everywhere to see what we do. He’s still very small for his age, but full of energy,” shared the rescue with Love Meow.
The kind woman gave Kidou a second chance in life. He has regained his ability to walk and play and is now successful in grooming.
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