Animal Cruelty

Kitten That Was Abandoned For Being ‘Too Ugly’ Finally Finds The Home He Deserves

A ginger kitten born with a physical deformity was often passed by for being 'too ugly'. Fortunately, he's finally found a furrever home.

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Romeo might be an incredibly sweet, affection and intelligent kitten, but a physical deformity resulted in a number of prospective owners deeming him ‘too ugly’ for adoption. Fortunately, the ginger kitty recently found a furrever home at Santuario Compasión Animal in Spain after activists with the organization realized his beauty.

LoveMeow reports that Romeo was born with a physical deformity but has no known life-threatening illnesses. Still, his unconventional appearance turned out to be a burden to him from day one, as many prospective owners passed him by because of his looks.

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

It seemed like Romeo would spend his life in a shelter… Until one day, compassionate folks with Santuario Compasión Animal offered to adopt Romeo. The organization wrote on Facebook:

“They told us that no one wanted him because he was ugly. But for us Romeo is not ugly, he’s a lovely little kitten who likes to play like the rest of the cats. And their differences make them special.”

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

The photos show Romeo incredibly happy in his new home. According to his caretakers, the ginger kitten is grateful for the food, cuddles, and comforting home he’s received. And it’s about time – no creature should be rejected based on their appearance alone.

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Credit: Santuario Compasión Animal

Watch the video below to learn more about Romeo’s journey: 

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