Snow leopard cub born with defect has therapy to help it learn how to walk

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An adorable snow leopard cub born with splayed legs is undergoing intensive physical therapy to help him learn how to walk.

The six-week-old cub was born with defects which affected its eyes and chest and caused him to develop noticeably splayed rear legs.

The abnormal growth, known as swimmers syndrome in cats and dogs, means the cub has mobility issues and is currently undergoing therapy to correct the defect.

SWNS TV