It’s a shame that no one wants a kitten with a genetic defect. These kittens have the sweetest personality and are very lively and loving. Take a look at Hopper, for example. The 9-month-old cat was born without one ear and was abandoned to the Alaska Humane Society because his family couldn’t care for him any longer.
Hopper was neutered and vetted before being adopted. The shelter struggled to find the proper home for hopper, and months went by without a match. Hopper, on the other hand, would not be deterred by this.
The staff didn’t hold out much hope because no one wanted the one-eared kitten. Hopper, on the other hand, was eager to go to work on the case. The sad kitty began waving to everyone who came to see him. This was first perplexing, but it quickly became evident that Hopper was attempting to locate a new home.
Hopper’s quality of life is unaffected by the abnormality, which appears to be the result of a past accident. It doesn’t disturb him; he acts like any other cat his age. He’s the cutest kid at the shelter, and his small deed secured him a new home.
Hopper wasted no time in making friends with the volunteers and everyone else who stopped over to visit him. One Alaskan couple couldn’t get enough of the waving and couldn’t stop themselves. They were impressed by Hopper’s gesture and adopted him right away after looking at hundreds of kittens.
For the pair, his deed was more than enough. He sprang up on his hind legs and began waving his paws as soon as they entered the room. Hopper was going to be their new pet, they knew. The pair didn’t mind the one ear at all; in fact, they thought it was a distinctive feature.