The four-eared kitten finds a home where he is completely pampered
A four-eared kitten will leave the streets to live in a loving home with a family willing to adopt him. Although his disability limited his chances, the right people eventually materialized to take Midas in.
Regardless of their condition, age or appearance, all animals need to be cared for and protected, but unfortunately, some people don’t follow this idea when adopting a pet.
Fortunately, Midas came to the perfect place; he’s a cat with two pairs of ears who inspired thousands when his story was shared on social media.
Midas has two normal ears, like any other cat, plus two small ears that stick out in front of them.
He was born with a rare congenital deformity caused by a recessive genetic mutation inherited from his parents.
Canis Dosemeci, a Turkish woman, adopted the four-month-old cat and chose to open the doors of her home and her heart to him. Midas’ owner opened an Instagram account after meeting her at her home and sharing her experiences.
The cat’s social media account already has more than 54.1 followers who are fascinated by the cat and her furry pals; the owner’s goal is to raise awareness for adoption.
He hopes that those who want a pet will adopt one of the abandoned animals rather than buy one.
In addition, he believes that no one should discriminate against a homeless animal because of its age, appearance, or condition; all animals need the same love and protection.
Midas lives with another cat and two dogs, with whom he has formed a wonderful connection since they first met.
Suzy, the family’s 12-year-old dog, and Zeyno, the 14-year-old dog, love to play, rest and share with the kitten Russian Blue.
Her mother, a stray cat, gave birth to Midas and six other kittens in the yard of a friend of Canis, the woman who adopted her, according to her background. They were also looking for a home for Midas’ little brothers.
The feline’s second pair of ears does not affect her hearing ability, which is thankfully normal. Canis took her to the vet, and after a series of tests, it was determined that Midas is completely deaf.
It’s unfortunate, but many dogs and cats born with a special condition, like Midas, spend a long time in shelters waiting for a home.
Unfortunately, some of them experience the worst possible outcomes because no one is willing to accept them.
They put them aside because of their physical appearance, or because they are afraid that it will be difficult to raise them because of their special requirements, race, or age.
The point is that we must learn to love unconditionally, as animals do. Adopting a pet is an act of love in which superficial factors should not intervene. It is unfair that they are not considered with the eyes of the heart in this act.