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4-pound disabled kitten is best friends with an 85-pound German Shepherd

That kitten is so adorable, and so is her brother.

Before Danielle met her paralyzed cat, Gracie, she had no intention of fostering a cat, but all of that changed when she met the adorable kitten and fell in love.

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“I found Gracie on social media,” said Danielle. “She had been through so much trauma and a lot of upheaval in a short amount of time, but she was really confident.”

That confidence shined through in everything Gracie did. Even though she was not as agile as other cats, she was determined. “Even the way she scooted across the floor, you could tell that it didn’t bother her that she wasn’t fully able-bodied.”

Before Gracie arrived at her temporary home with Danielle, she had been going to physical therapy for a while. Watching her continued progress became a joyful experience for Danielle and her family.

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But Danielle was not the only member of the house that took a special interest in the disabled kitten. Danielle’s German Shepherd, London also grew to love Gracie, and the feeling was mutual.

“When [Gracie’s] out and about, she always goes and finds London no matter where he is and tries to snuggle up with him,” said Danielle. As a result, London assigned himself as the guardian of the tiny kitten.

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Their connection was what drove Danielle and her family to decide to adopt Gracie instead. “As soon as we saw how she was with London, we knew we couldn’t separate them,” said Danielle.

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4-pound disabled kitten is best friends with an 85-pound German Shepherd