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Cat from Ryde {Australia}

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There's something special about the Ryde Veterinary Clinic in New South Wales, Australia. The clinic has a cross-eyed resident cat: Alf.

Every morning Alf waits at the front desk and greets furry patients and their humans as soon as they come in.

Alf has been at the Ryde Veterinary Clinic since October, 2014. The staff took him in after they found him abandoned in a box on the clinic's doorstep along with his two siblings.

Alf was only two weeks old back then, but he was already a fighter and his will to live kept him getting better and stronger every day. Sadly his siblings didn't share the same luck. When it was time for adoption, nothing came through. It became apparent that every one at the clinic had fallen in love with little Alf and that they couldn't part with him. Alf has had a permanent home at the clinic ever since.

Source: LoveMeow


30 comments:

  1. Alf is such a cutie! I'm glad he has a wonderful home at the clinic and I'm sure the patients love him.

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  2. Alf is adorable, cross-eyed and all. He looks like a patient cat, too.

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  3. I have never seen a cross-eyed black cat. Siamese? yes. Black, no. Cute and adorable.

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  4. Aww! how cute is he heheh! and those eyes aww :-)

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  5. What a fabulous little character

    mollyxxx

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  6. How cute is he! :) Does he have any vision impairment or is he simply cross eyed and see's just fine?
    What an adorable little guy.

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  7. He is very cute!

    Purrs xx
    Athena and Marie

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  8. What a star! He makes a great photo subject. I hope his sight doesn't hinder him. But I guess he'll have grown with making adjustments when gauging distance & height. :)

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  9. Bless his heart! I've had surgery for crossed eyes a few times - got tired of reading my nose. Fortunately for him, he doesn't read!!!
    Thanks for sharing at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/04/the-many-faces-of-louie.html

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  10. Oh, his crazy eyes are so adorable! I'd come in there just to visit him.

    Jean from Welcome to the Menagerie

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  11. Alf is adorable! WE are glad he was saved, and that he has such a loving and wonderful home there at the vet's office!

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  12. Awww....so sweet!
    kari
    www.sweetteasweetie.com

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  13. Aw what a sweetie.Glad he has found a purrfect home at the clinic.looks like he has lots of fun there too.x

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  14. Aw what a sweetie.Glad he has found a purrfect home at the clinic.looks like he has lots of fun there too.x

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  15. What a precious cat! I love that he was a stray and now has a permanent home. Thanks for sharing this on #shinebloghop this week

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  16. Awww cuddly, cute and adorable! So precious!

    Thanks for linking up!

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  17. He is a handsome kitty! How cool they loved him so much that they wanted him to live there. p.s. Mommy just read Avalon to us and we loved it!

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  18. Hello, great post. I am so glad Alf was rescued and has a great home. He is loved. Cute photos. Thank you so much for linking up and sharing your post. Have a happy weekend!

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  19. On peut penser que ce chat est bien soigné !

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  20. tha cat looks cross eyed in some of these shots. I hope you have a lovely week ahead.

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  21. awww, so cute. glad to hear it was a happy ending for Alf.

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  22. I love black cats, and Alf, is a gorgeous cross-eyed beauty!

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  23. Alf is so precious!! I am so happy he is loved! I am sorry his brother's and sister's didn't get adopted!

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  24. I love black cats! We have a black cat and a black and white cat who recently started turning brown ;)

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  25. What a wonderful story, he certainly was a lucky black cat! I'd never seen a cross-eyed cat before.
    My son and daughter in law also have a black cat.

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