Born without her front legs, this cat continues to inspire thousands around the world!
Lil Bunny Sue Roux, aka Roux, may only have two legs, but that doesn’t stop her from living life to the fullest!
Meet Lil Bunny Sue Roux!
Roux was adopted by Jackie Deak Akey in Louisiana.
Jackie, who works at a vet clinic, found Lil Bunny from an animal shelter that said she was dumped off because she had trouble using the litter box with her deformity.
Jackie however didn't see Lil Bunny for being broken. She saw a cat in need of a loving home.
"I saw her photo and it was love at first sight," Jackie said.
Despite only having two legs, Lil Bunny hops around and is very mobile!
"We continue to be so impressed by her."
She got the name Lil Bunny due to her hopping skills. (Press Play)
And she loves to play and hunt her toys!
Press play in the video below!
Lil Bunny's human parents absolutely adore her and they never imagined how she would inspire thousands all over the world.
"Our number one intention was to just have her. and then it was like 'hey, let's share her with the world'."
Over one day, Lil Bunny had amassed over 20k followers on Instagram. As of right now, she's over 340k!!
Her internet celebrity status provides the much needed awareness of cats with special needs - and how much love they can add to a home.
She's a very healthy kitty who doesn't know she's a little different.
She likes to watch the fish in their tank.
She gets excited for breakfast.
And she loves to give nub hugs!
Cats with special needs aren't broken. They need a home just like any fur friend!
Be sure to follow Lil Bunny on Instagram @lilbunnysuroux
Watch the video below!
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