Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Disabled Cat Has A Stronger Cute-Game Than You Could Ever Have.

Falling down is a part of life, but getting back up is living. It's ultimately up to us to either stand strong or give up when life throws a curve ball at us. Many people use their misfortunes or disabilities as an excuse for not being happy, and they constantly whine about it. However, there are people who do find ways to embrace everything in order to lead a happy and fulfilling life, just like this adorable feline.

Dodo, also known as Dumplin, was born with hypothyroidism, a rare disease in felines.

Once he grew up to the size of a 12-14 week-old kitten, his body growth became stagnant

Dodo, also known as Dumplin, was born with hypothyroidism, a rare disease in felines.

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The little fellow has remained the same size since then.

Due to his condition, he requires lifelong medical care in order to ensure a healthy and long life.

The little fellow has remained the same size since then.

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“He has a medical condition, which means he will always be small,” said the caretakers from Kitten Inn.

Considering his need for extensive care and attention, Kitten Inn, a rescue center in Lower Hutt, New Zealand, stepped in and decided to adopt him. Despite his disability, Dumplin is full of love and has become a permanent resident at the cat sanctuary.

“He has a medical condition, which means he will always be small,” said the caretakers from Kitten Inn.

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“He is the sweetest little kid, he loves to talk and loves his cuddles,” Susan, a member of Kitten Inn, said.

The petite fellow often sleeps in Susan’s arms and constantly purrs like a pigeon. Dodo is extremely friendly and sensitive to other kittens in need. He shares a special bond with a fellow feline named William, who had joined him recently.

“He is the sweetest little kid, he loves to talk and loves his cuddles,” Susan, a member of Kitten Inn, said.

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William became part of the Kitten Inn family on February 2017 and instantly hit it off with Dodo.

Little Willy is as special as Dodo is because he was also diagnosed with the same disease. He is noticeably smaller than other kitties his age, but his enthusiasm makes up for it. Even though the tiny ginger boy can't jump as high or run as fast as other kittens, he always tries his best. Kitten Inn mentioned how charming little William is and added, “William is a dwarf, he is short, stout and very slow. That kind of makes him very endearing though.”

William became part of the Kitten Inn family on February 2017 and instantly hit it off with Dodo.

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