Gorgeous cat that stands on two legs doesn't let his condition hold him back! (Gallery)
Disabled cats can make wonderful companions! Just ask Pip!
Pippin was born in 2011 with scoliosis and radial hypoplasia, a bone defect that twisted his front legs.
While he had difficulty moving as a newborn, he quickly adapted, learning to stand, walk, run, and jump as well as any other cat.
Here's his first video learning how to walk!
He eventually got the hang of it!
And he grew up to be a beautiful boy!
Pip is an excellent outfielder.
He's also a wonderful hider.
Where'd he go?!
Sitting in boxes and ambushes fingers is one of his favorite games.
He also has excellent table manors. Such a gentlemen sitting at the table for noms.
When he's not standing, he's cuddling and looking adorable.
With a little love and patience, Pip became the wonderful companion that his human parents knew that he could be.
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