Happy Caturday! This adorable little guy is a special needs kitten who has found himself a wonderful home! Samantha Eckhaus from Corner House Photography sent me his photos.
From Samantha: “Sam I Am, the painting Picasso kitten is a special little kitten and has been through quite a lot in his short time on earth. Found in the street with a spinal injury, Sam was rescued and rehomed with Jan and Mike. Jan works with him every day to help rebuild his muscle strength and memory in his back two legs. With only two front legs working, this little kitten can move as fast as lightning-like a little Swiffer sweeper.”
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About Corner House Photography: Nationally published wedding and portrait photographer Samantha Eckhaus specializes in beautifully capturing love stories and portraits. Conveniently located in the Central Florida area, Samantha offers photography throughout the state.
Samantha has been a professional photographer for over three years and incorporates a very natural, simple, and clean feel to her work. She shoots unobtrusively, preferring to be in the background, creatively documenting the story you want to tell of your special day. Samantha’s work has been published nationally, featured on blogs and in magazines. She also works for a state-wide magazine publication, The New Barker, as a photojournalist.
When Samantha isn’t photographing, she enjoys spending time with her beloved horse Sir Oso and volunteering with Florida TRAC, a non-profit thoroughbred adoption program.
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Ann Staub says
Well, he certainly is a stunning and ADORABLE kitten! These photos are fabulous too!
Oh my gosh. So cute! I’m so jealous. I want a kitten! 🙂 So glad this little guy is in a loving home.
Sam “I am” is now six months old and thriving!
He had an x-ray last week and found out he had been shot with a pellet gun before I got him!
But this is not what has kept his rear legs from not working as they should! Cause speculating here that he was held by his rear legs and swung around damaging his nerves to his legs! Praying that he will continue to thrive! He is the “Cat’s Meow!”
That poor baby! I’m so happy that he is safe with you now! I hope he’ll continue to thrive. I’m thankful you are able to give him the happy home he deserves!