Paralyzed Cat Shows That Life is Worth Living Every Day

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When sweet Rexie was just a kitten, he went through something that no kitten should ever have to endure. This sweet kitty was injured to the point that he lost the feeling in his back legs. He’s completely paralyzed as far as his rear legs are concerned. While most people would have made the decision to euthanize this sweet cat due to his horrible injuries, someone decided that this cat wanted to live and did what they could to make sure this happened without question. Daria Minaeva is the woman who owns Rexie, and she says that there was no way this cat was going down without a fight. When he was given the chance to have back wheels given to him as a wheelchair, she was nervous.

She was afraid her darling cat might not be able to live a normal life with the other cats and other animals, but she is amazed every single day by the power her cat has to overcome anything that life throws at him. The cat took to the wheelchair right away, running and playing and having a good time all the time. He is a cat that shows that things are not always as they seem. This kitten has overcome all the things that most people would have allowed to stop them from living a happy life. Rexie is an inspiration and he is a cat that has a big personality. We love to bring a happy story to you about a cat that overcomes the odds and makes it in life.

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