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  • Losing His Two Front Legs Was Only A Challenge To This Cat. Look What He Can Do Now !!

    A very unfortunate electric shock caused this cat the loss of his two front paws and tail, but he never gave up.

    The accident took place in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Now the brown and white moggy named ‘Able' moves around just like a T-Rex.

    The brave kitten was nursed back to health and doesn't let his missing paws stop him from being a normal cat. 

    Able was just a one-year-old kitten when hundreds of volts surged through his body, frying his tail and two front paws - leaving him helpless on the ground.

    Resident Walai Sriboonvorakul , 49, found Able, now three years old, stranded in an alley about seven days after the accident.

    Miraculously, she nursed him back to health and 

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    two years later he has made a full recovery - having learned how to go up flights of stairs, chase other cats and jump up from place to place by 'bouncing like a kangaroo'.

    Ms Sriboonvorakul said: 'Able is a beautiful cat. We called him "Able" because he can do everything just like the other animals, only he does it his own way.

    'Able struggled at first and his wounds were sore. But he adapted very quickly and he can now stand and balance perfectly on his hind legs.

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    'He is really strong and he can walk up and down stairs and play chase with other cats by bouncing like a little mini kangaroo. 

    He can jump high up walls and ledges, too'

    The sick cat was lavished with love and food after being taken in to the family home. 

    Ms Sriboonvorakul and son Copter, 26, said that they let Able roam freely around the garden and outside.

    But when he strayed too far the other stray dogs and cats that live outside ganged up on him and he would come hopping back.

    The family now keep him inside their two story home and Able's favorite thing is running up to 'big brother' Copter's bedroom to wake him up every morning.

    Copter said: 'Able is one of the family. I'm like his big brother. He runs up the stairs to my bedroom to wake me up.

    'We play all the normal games with him. He is a pampered cat who has a good life now. He lost his legs but he found a loving home.'

     Please watch Able’s video below, and share this inspiring story with your friends and family on social media!



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