Lovable Cross-Eyed Kitten’s Face Naturally Looks Worried All the Time

When San Diego Humane Society employee Courtney first laid eyes on a 4-week-old kitten named Bum, she instantly fell in love with his eyes. Due to a condition that makes him perpetually cross-eyed, Bum appears to have a worried expression forever pasted on his face. Even so, the adorable cat actually has the opposite personality type. “He is shy with new people, but once he knows you he is a love bug,” Courtney told Love Meow. “He loves morning cuddles and to sleep under the covers! He also LOVES other cats, especially kittens, and has helped raise multiple foster litters and even spends time with injured ones who are being rehabilitated.”

With many saying that the eyes are the window to the soul, this is only somewhat true in Bum’s case. Courtney adds, “He is almost as goofy and silly as he looks, but SO SO smart and bright.”

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via [Love Meow]

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