While going about her volunteer work at the Lifelong Animal Protection Charity (LAP) animal rescue group in Hong Kong, a woman came across an adorable ginger kitten just outside the building. According to LAP volunteers, the elderly woman has rescued numerous cats and kittens that were left near the bird market. Sadly, the three-week-old kitty, named Zodiac by the LAP team, was likely rejected by its original owner and abandoned to die in an alleyway.
Upon bringing the kitten to LAP shelter, the woman mentioned that it was timid and hesitant. However, as soon as the staff began to pet and soothe it, it started purring and showed signs of trust towards humans. This heartening anecdote is shared by Good News Animal.
The volunteers quickly noticed that this particular kitten had a unique physical appearance. His muzzle was distinct from other cats and kittens, as his nose appeared larger and his lips were parted. Additionally, he seemed to have fewer teeth in his mouth. Despite these differences, the kitten was able to eat normally, albeit a bit messily. Overall, his unique features did not appear to cause him any significant issues.
The zodiac has gone through some changes and is now even more loving and cuddly. Presently, he resides with a foster family who is eagerly hoping to find him a forever home.