It’s a shame that no one needs a kitten with a genetic defect. These kittens are very cute, mobile and affectionate. Take a look at Hopper, for example.
A 9-month-old cat was born without an ear and was abandoned by the Alaska Humane Society because his family could no longer take care of him.
Shelter staff struggled to find a suitable home for Hopper. But so far it has been to no avail.
The staff did not have much hope, because no one needed an earless kitten. Meanwhile, the sad kitty began to greet everyone who came to him. It was confusing at first, but it quickly became apparent that Hopper was trying to find a new home.
The quality of life of Hopper was not affected by the anomaly, which, apparently, arose as a result of the last accident. It doesn’t bother him; he behaves like any other cat his age.
He’s the cutest cat in the shelter.
Hopper wasted no time making friends with the volunteers and everyone who came to visit him. The couple from Alaska were impressed by Hopper’s charisma. They adopted him right away.
The couple was fascinated when the cat, seeing them, jumped up on his hind legs and began to move his paws.
They didn’t care about the ear at all.