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Duncan Lou Who is continuing to capture our attention. The tenacious Boxer proves that two canine legs are as good as four while enjoying a day at the beach. Good for you, Duncan Lou Who! Share this on Facebook MORE ON PAWNATION: Cat Is Tired of Yoga Penguin Just Wants Love Cat Caught Sneaking In Licks During Dog's Nap Time...

Disabled Pets Winning at Life

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A Boxer puppy who lost his hind legs at 8 weeks of age, due to a congenital deformity, doesn't seem to be letting his disability affect his spirit. The plucky pup still gets along happily on his two legs. The puppy, named Duncan Lou Who, came to Panda Paws Rescue in Vancouver, Wash., with hind legs and a pelvis that were all severely deformed. The contortion was damaging the puppy's spine to a degree that his caretakers were left with only two options: euthanasia or amputation. Believing in Duncan's will to live, they removed his legs and spared his life. Despite the amputation, Duncan was running around on his forelimbs mere hours after his surgery, disabled but free from the excruciati...

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Poor Flipper! The 9-month-old cat suffers from a spinal malformation that makes it impossible to walk normally or even stand on her own. Flipper's disability made her quality of life so poor that she was scheduled to be put down. But rather than see that happen, veterinarian Dr. Harry Gurney enlisted the help of a local high school's robotics club to design and build a contraption that would give Flipper better mobility. Watch the video to meet Flipper, and see how a group of ingenious teenagers saved the adorable cat's life....

Corky the cat is starting to explore the world on all fours, a big feat for the little feline. According to MSNBC, Corky was born with backwards and crossed legs. This is a rare condition that required an even rarer surgery. The story of this spunky cat starts at a pound in Minnesota, where Gail Ventzke spotted the unusual kitten and adopted him. Ventzke brought the feline to the Cat's Cradle animal shelter in Fargo, N.D. where a vet looked over and x-rayed the cat. RELATED: Other Amazing Animals Who Beat the Odds The x-rays revealed the extent of the kitten's odd condition and earned him the name Corky. Corky's twisted legs looked painful to many, but the cat didn't seem to notice t...