Meet the Cutest Pirate Cat Ever!

Meet Spaghettio, a happy and curious kitty that could possibly be the cutest pirate cat ever!

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One day, Spaghettio’s curiosity got the better of her when she had an accident involving a dining chair. her human Meghan explains: “She tried to climb the back of a dining chair and pulled it over on herself. It was really just a “perfect storm” accident, but she was seriously injured. She was initially paralyzed and unable to eat on her own, move or walk. Her recovery was a slow process. It took weeks for her to be able to move, then stand, then walk, then run.”

But even this awful accident didn’t dampen her spirit and according to Meghan: “Spaghettio continues to be the confident, curious, adventurous cat as she matures. Take a look at these great photos and you can see why she has over 35,000 people now following her on Instagram.

Even when she was little she was always happy and curious…

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And very photogenic…

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And as cute as can be !

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She has never let her accident get in the way of enjoying her life to the full

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And as she matures, she continues to confident, curious and adventurous

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Meghan says: “Spaghettio enjoys chasing bugs and rolling in the mulch…”

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“As well as riding in the car and playing with hex bugs!”

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“She loves eating,” says Meghan. “She’s a huge foodie.”

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This pirate kitty keeps proving that anything is possible

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And if things go wrong you need to stay positive and get on with your life

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“Nothing keeps Spaghettio from something she wants!” Meghan said.

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She is truly an inspiration to us all

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You can see more of Spaghettio on Instagram and Facebook

( h/t: boredpanda )

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