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Esperança

Her name is Esperança, which means ‘Hope’. This beautiful calico girl was born without front paws and an ear, but it didn’t stop her from walking, playing in boxes, climbing on furniture, using her litter box all by herself and being very happy.
Esperança lives in Brazil with her family and she has a Facebook Group called “Esperança: a gatinha mais que feliz” (Hope: the kitty more than happy”).

Photos by ©Esperança 

Esperança is also on Love Meow!

reasons to play neko atsume
  • it’s cute as hell
  • every time you open it there’s a new kitten for you to love and adore, and even if it isn’t a new kitten there’s still a kitten
  • kittens
  • the loading screen is a pun and has cat paw prints
  • it has very calming, animal crossing-esque music
  • kittens
  • it’s free
  • in app purchases are totally optional and not required to keep the game going
  • kittens
  • billy the kitten
  • YOU LITERALLY JUST HELP KEEP KITTENS HAPPY AND CUDDLY
  • WHAT OTHER REASON IS THERE
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This Blind Kitty Found On The Street Has Eyes No One Could Resist

When Sandra Coudray saw a photo of Jasmine, a blind chimera looking cat, on Association Adoption Feline Facebook page, she stole the French girl’s heart right away. The stray kitty was malnourished and scared of people, however, all it took was a little bit of love for her to believe in humans again. Now, the stunning calico cat loves kisses and cuddles and is very attached to her human mom Coudray.
“I immediately wanted to adopt her knowing that she was blind as I previously lived with a cat who had become blind with age,” Coudray explained to LoveMeow. “Last time I went to Normandy for a few days to see my family and left her in the care of my brother. She waited for me on my bed most of the day every day. Now she can not do without us, and we can’t do without her. She brings us so much joy and love.”

Via Love Meow and Bored Panda