Excuse me, I mustache you a question. And that question is, “How could anyone possibly abandon this adorably marked kitten?”
The tiny black and white cat — who appears to have a mustache that would make Tom Selleck proud — was left in a Salvation Army donation bin in Fresno, California, ABC News reports. After discovering her, someone from the Salvation Army arranged to have her taken in by Cat House on the Kings, a non-profit shelter for feral and abandoned cats.
“[The Salvation Army] said she was really friendly and that every time someone walked into the door she was starving so she would run up to everyone,” Tammy Barker, the assistant director of the shelter, told ABC News.
The kitten, who has been named Sally Ann, was hungry and dirty when she arrived at the shelter, but was otherwise in good health. She has since received her vaccinations, has been microchipped and spayed and is currently up for adoption. More than two dozen people have already applied to adopt her, according to the shelter’s Facebook page.
We hope she finds her forever home soon. We also hope she gets a new name that celebrates her mustache, something like Teddy Meowsevelt or Meowlex Trebek?