It’s a pity that no one wants a little cat with a congenital defect. It’s hard not to fall in love with these cats because of their outgoing personalities and genuine affection. For example, check out Hoppy.
Despite being born without an ear, the nine-month-old cat was abandoned by his owners when they realized they couldn’t keep him.
Hoppy was unable to find a new home for months due to the shelter’s inability to identify a suitable match.
The only one who wouldn’t be affected by this is Hoppy. Everyone who came to meet him was greeted by the kitten.
From the beginning, it was unclear whether Hoppy was looking for a place to call his own.
There was no time for Hoppy to get to know his coworkers or the visitors who stopped by to say hi.
An Alaskan couple fell in love with the cat. Hoppy’s aura drew them in, and they instantly accepted him after looking at a number of little cats.
As soon as they entered the room, he sprung up on his hind legs and began wagging his tail. Even though they had no interest in a single ear, the two considered it an unique characteristic.