Meet Pancake, the adorable two legged wonder cat! (Gallery)
Pancake waz born with just two hind legs, but that doesn't stop her from being awesome.
Pancake's mom shared this story on Facebook: "She was born in a litter of kittens, and she only had two back legs. I was told it was a struggle finding a home for her.
I immediately said I wanted her and by Friday that week I had her. When she came home with me she was 8 weeks old, and she wasn’t very active. She spent most of her first week on her back, looking up at us. When I fed her I spoon fed her because she didn’t (wasn’t able to?) roll over to her tummy. She would wake up in the middle of the night, a few times a night, so hungry. So I would get up and feed her. She very quickly started moving around and standing up though. And she hasn’t stopped since!"
"The day I got her my sister noticed that she has a third leg, the front left one, that is restricted by the skin. I took her in for a vet appointment and scheduled her spay and shots, and asked about the leg. He says that it should be easy to correct, and he will do that during her spay surgery. However, he says that she may not be able to use her leg fully. Even if it’s not fully functional he says it should help with mobility and play. She already tries to use it a lot when she’s running around the house and playing. Her tail is deformed as well, that is why it is shorter and has an irregular bone growth at the end, which you can feel. The vet says that won’t be an issue for her. At that first vet appointment, four days after I got her, she weighed less than a pound. She was so teeny!"
Her first day home, with a belly full of noms
"As far as naming her went, the few days before I got her I called her Teenysauraus Rex (inspired by pictures of Mercury running and playing!). And then I wanted to call her Chicken because it’s a term of endearment used by one of my best friends. Then I wrote out a whole list of names, which most were food related. Sausage, Kimchi, Dumpling, etc. I picked Pancake because it was the cutest. Pancakes are fluffy! I thought it fit well."
"My name iz Princess Amazing Ninja Crazy Awesome Killtastic Expert... but you can call me P.A.N.C.A.K.E. for short."
"She stands up to play. She jumps on my bed! She eats a lot. She uses a litterbox. She likes to sleep on the bed with me. She chews on books. She likes to attack feet. I think she does things most any cat would do. Some people that see her for the first time say that it is heartbreaking that she can’t do this or that. I can understand that, however I don’t feel the same way anymore. Seeing how far she has come in such a short period of time is actually exciting."
She doesn't know she's different. She's just being a sweet cat the only way she knows how.
Look at this little fluffy ninja!
All grown up now! “Pancake has great balance. She can sit like this very well if she’s trying to see something or play with something. Her preferred sitting technique is on shoes, still.”
Can't forget cuddle time!
Watch the adorable videos of Pancake playing below!
Pancake vs. Paper Bag
Oh my, it has been a long week! I'm coming off the end of a five day or so cold, and Pancake had her stitches removed yesterday! Her leg is helping her so much though. She's able to move it away from her body enough to provide additional balance and it's making her more agile. She's a jumping fiend and will not let me sleep past 6am :) Many, many more videos to come!!! Thank you all so much for your kind words and support, it has made such a difference to both of us. Goodnight from Pancake!Posted by Pancake The Two Legged Cat on Wednesday, November 12, 2014
Pancake shows toy who's boss
A short video before she spooked herself and decided to stop playing. Happy Monday everyone!Posted by Pancake The Two Legged Cat on Monday, April 20, 2015
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