After a picture of a homeless, cross-eyed cat in the 2018 went viral on the San Francisco Animal Care and Control Facebook page, it did not take long before it got a new home.
It was Rachel Krall from San Fransico in California, which could not resist the little great forever confused expression and, therefore, decided to adopt it.
It was love at first sight when Rachel Krall as a Facebookopslag on the skeløjede cat that needed a home. His previous owners had had problems with their landlord, and that was why he ended up in an internat.
Rachel Krall had otherwise never been a big cat person, but the 2.5 year old, skeløjede tabby stole her heart.
The writes among others the Daily Mail.
the Cat has since been named Belarus and has been a bit of an internet sensation on his own Instagram profile, where it has over 257.000 followers.
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Here are the most recently shared a clip from the BBC, where morgenværterne talking about Belarus' big success on the social media, while also showing a new newspaper article about him.
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I was featured on some morning news channels this week!! I must admit the commentary is quite hilarious Appreciate all the concern the lady from Australia's Sunrise 7 hatred for me... if only she followed our page, she’d know I was doing A-OK! If you saw me anywhere else around the world-please share!!
Belarus' pupils, pointing in its own direction and gives him a permanent konfust expression, caused by the disease strabismus, which makes his eyes is due.
Belarus has over a quarter of a million followers on Instagram. Photo: @My_Boy_Belarus/ Kennedy News and Media
- I was not in the market for adopting a pet, but it was love at first sight, says Rachel Krall, therefore was happy when she was told that she and her family were selected to become Belarus' new home on the same day, as she visited him at the shelter.
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Happy Black Friday!! Hope you're all staying safe and warm this Friday and having successful holiday shopping In case you haven't seen it, Belarus wanted to announce our sweatshirt campaign!! (Link in bio ) As a reminder, we've pledged 100% of profits to shelter pets that @sfanimalcareandcontrol and @cattownoak. Belarus visited @sfanimalcareandcontrol this week and they loved him and the sweatshirt!! (Pic 2 and videos in our story)
Although Belarus has strabismus, he has no major problems with his vision. Actually he is, according to its owner exactly as the majority of other, perfectly normal cats: Curious and adventurous. But it is his special facial expressions, and his great fame on Instagram, which has made it possible to make a whole clothing line with his face printed on the fabric. The clothes are sold at the Bonfire, and all the profits go to various animal welfare organizations.
On the Bonfire, you can buy different clothes with Belarus' knurhårrede face. Photo: @My_Boy_Belarus/ Kennedy News and Media
- Bonfire contacted actually me, and it was this that gave us the idea. Last year donated our $ 6000 (equivalent to approximately 41.000 crowns, red.) to shelters - 4000 of them went to Belarus' shelter, SFACC (San Francisco Animal Care and Control), tells Rachel Krall.
the Advertisement on Facebook that got Rachel Krall to fall into a swoon and be kattejer. Photo: @My_Boy_Belarus/ Kennedy News and Media