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.
P.S. Have you met Andre the giant cat from the High Paws Pet Supply Store in Fairplay?