A cat born with a neurological condition has melted hearts over social media when she performed the cutest run to get food.
Tipsy the kitten would wobble back and forth and sometimes run with high legs due to the disability caused by cerebellar hypoplasia (CH).
The owner explained her condition on a Reddit post that the condition means "part of the brain that controls the balance is a bit too small" but it doesn't cause any pain to the cat.
She shared a footage yesterday showing how she and her partner train Tipsy to strengthen her muscles.
The black and brown kitten and her Siamese mix sister Polly are seen waiting for food in the kitchen as their human father gets them some wet food.
To help Tipsy get a stronger grip on the ground, he makes the cats go all the way across the living room to the corridor before feeding them.
While Polly dashes past the camera in seconds, little Tipsy makes her best effort to catch up and takes big steps to walk from the kitchen to the living room.
The cute moggie even makes a soft meow as if to ask her sibling to wait for her.
She jumps up and tumbles on the ground as a last-ditch effort before lying on the ground for a rest.
Her dad is heard encouraging her, saying: "Come on Tipsy, come on Tipsy. Come here, buddy."
Tipsy realises how close she is to be able to enjoy the food, she stands up and walks to her dad.
The clip, which has been upvoted 99%, has won hearts over the internet.
One viewer said: "What a precious baby! When she flips over toward the end! I love her!"
"And just gets back up and charges on! What a babe," another added.
A third wrote: "Such a cute kitty. It never ceases to amaze me how resilient and in the moment animals are."
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