Although Kichiro was born in a street neighborhood missing half of one of his hind legs, he never felt less capable than his brothers and, with much desire and effort, he learned to run, climb and jump high. Maybe he couldn’t do certain things as fast as his teammates, but he was proud of himself and that was all that mattered.
Unfortunately, on the street that small difference in speed is often what separates life from death: being able to run fast enough to the other side of the sidewalk to avoid the car that is coming for you, being able to jump high enough wall to escape from a loose dog that wants to bite you…
When Kichiro injured one of his front legs and we took him off the street to rest, we decided that we would not expose him to the dangers of the street again; he had already tried too hard all this time and now he deserves to live in peace and surrounded by love.
He is positive for feline immunodeficiency (https://www.zarpasycolmillos.es/vih-felino/) but this does not prevent him from leading a normal life. With the appropriate measures, he can live with cats with the same condition and with negative ones.
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