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Bitsy: The World's Smallest Cat

Bitsy: The World's Smallest Cat

You might forgive Bitsy for her bad attitude! A one-year-old cat who weighs only 1.5 pounds, she's got a slight Napoleon complex and needs the normal-sized cats to know that she's no pushover. At six and a half inches tall and 18 and 3/4 inches long, this cat from Pensacola, FL may make it big by finding herself in the Guinness Book of World Records soon.

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hillamaria hillamaria 6 years
what a cutie!
hillamaria hillamaria 6 years
what a cutie!
Angelica Angelica 6 years
I want to adopt Bitsy and put her in a teacup.
Hiding55 Hiding55 6 years
I had a kitten that I rescued from the cold last winter. He was very sick and had the same balance issues that it looks like that cat has. My kitty was estimated to be about 8 weeks old by the vet when I found him and he just never grew. He became healthy for a short while and looked like he was going to be ok then he got real sick real fast and passed away. He was 8 months old and still the size of a young kitten. Usually a tiny kitty like that is developmentally disabled and they usually don't live too long.
beautifulmel beautifulmel 6 years
It's probably a result of not being socialized properly with cats at a young age. We have two cats, each were found in the wild, starving, and one is perfectly socialized, and the other does NOT do other cats very well-- we're lucky that the other one is very good at navigating the social waters of the cat world.
Pistil Pistil 6 years
Aw, that makes me sad.
Pistil Pistil 6 years
Aw, that makes me sad.
Smacks83 Smacks83 6 years
Its not a Napoleon complex, its brain damage.
Smacks83 Smacks83 6 years
Herp, I was thinking the same thing! That kind of size cannot possibly be healthy (I also hate when people get teacup anything and wonder why its sick all the time or why you have to treat them like fragile glass. Its unhealthy breeding practices and/or the unhealthy runt of the litter that shouldn't be bred). Only thing that should be teacup size are hamsters and teacups!
Smacks83 Smacks83 6 years
Herp, I was thinking the same thing!That kind of size cannot possibly be healthy (I also hate when people get teacup anything and wonder why its sick all the time or why you have to treat them like fragile glass. Its unhealthy breeding practices and/or the unhealthy runt of the litter that shouldn't be bred).Only thing that should be teacup size are hamsters and teacups!
poissondujour poissondujour 6 years
Sad! The poor thing probably just needs some love and a stable home to help her calm down a bit.
stephie25 stephie25 6 years
seriously, what is WITH all the cat posts??? I love cats too, but come on! Bring back Dear Sugar!
stephie25 stephie25 6 years
seriously, what is WITH all the cat posts??? I love cats too, but come on! Bring back Dear Sugar!
tglynn tglynn 6 years
She's jittery and has balance problems... I'm sure she's small from slow development, or heaven forbid her owners deprived her of nutrition so she'd stay small. (a lot of puppy mills do that so they can say the breed is "tea cup")
Allytta Allytta 6 years
i hate when small animals do that. that's why i could never have a toy dog. the big cat is cool though :)
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