Marnie Ross who was a specialist in taking care of special needs in the National kitten Coalition while narrating a story of her real-life experience to love meow unfolded a story about a little kitten whom she named Little Roo.
She remembered the day of late April 2016 when she found the kitten along with her two siblings who came along to that place to take shelter. She along with other staff presents there was totally mesmerized by the way Little Roo was walking which was quite mysterious and abnormal and not only that but the little kitten was also smaller than the other two. This fact came into her and other staff’s notice which made them jump into the conclusion that something was wrong about Little Roo as it being a cat has much resemblance to a kangaroo.
To find out the reason an x-ray of Roo was done which pointed out the real problem which was missing of elbow joints by birth. This developed sympathy for Little Roo within the narrator and she took this kitten home for taking care. The sympathy slowly turned into a deep love for each other day by day and with the passage of time the kitten learned the usage of her front leg and developed fluffy velvety fur over its body.
It took only eight months for her to learn and grow up to behave like a normal cat making it hard for anyone to merely distinguish between her and a normal cat without any disabilities unless being told. Little Roo helped the organization to gather funds and save it which is among the most beautiful job done by this kitty and a process by which she repaid for everything done for her in absence of her knowledge.
The only problem that is visible if looked carefully is that her front side is shorter in height than her back portion when she walks. Marie Ross feels well when she finds Little Roo quite happy and unstoppable in doing everything like other normal cats.