Danielle had found a special needs kitten, Gracie, on social media. Although she wasn’t thinking of fostering her, the kind woman fell in love with the little one. The tiny kitten had gone through a lot of trauma in a concise amount of time, but Gracie was confident.
The special-needs cat scooted across the floor, but Danielle could tell she was not bothered that she wasn’t fully able-bodied. When the kind woman brought Gracie home, the kitten was already going to therapy.
The poor animal could not move her hind legs at all. However, five months later, she could walk a bit with support. Danielle saw some new leg movement in Gracie’s legs. Danielle was pleased to find the kitten’s condition improved with each session.
The owner was really proud of her little pet kitten. Although Gracie had problems, that did not stop her from doing what she liked. Gracie soon mastered how to climb up the stairs, even if she had to take a break while climbing.
The cute kitten was definitely not the one to be deterred when she wanted something. When Gracie was home, she loved to roam freely inside. However, whenever she was out, she would find Danielle’s German Shepherd Dog, London, and snuggle up to him.
Danielle found it funny that her 85-pound German Shepherd and the tiny kitten became best friends. London was very gentle & interested in her. However, the owner felt the dog sensed something different about her.
Danielle was surprised by the dog’s tenderness towards his cat sibling. London was a tough guy and was very feisty. However, when he was with Gracie, he was a gentle giant who cared for her. Even the kitten immediately cozied up to him and nibbled on the dog’s ears. The foster family soon adopted Gracie as they could not separate the two of them.