- A cross-eyed cat named Belarus has helped charities around the world get millions of naira
- The cat which is suffering from a condition called strabismus also has an Instagram account of over 250,000 followers
- The t-shirts which have its face sold out in thousands and generated much money as profits
A cross-eyed cat has become very famous after it got millions of naira for adoption agencies with just its face printed on t-shirts.
According to Daily Mail, the cat, named Belarus, has eyes in separate directions because it is dealing with a medical condition called strabismus.
It should be noted that a post about Belarus first went viral in 2018. Since then animal lover Rachel Krall just wanted to go see the rescue cat.
The cat which has over 254,000 Instagram followers quickly melted the heart of Rachel as she said she thinks the cat is the most adorable pet ever.
The cat lover added that Belarus’ favourite hobbies are jugging, looking in two directions, and waiting for his food.
Rachel saw the cat at the moment she was planning on sending her 6-year-old dog back to her family so it could have the space her one-bedroom apartment could not give it.
Despite its health condition, the cat owner said that it is just like any other cat that loves adventure and exploring new environments.
With the collaboration of Bonfire, a clothing company, they were able to make clothes that have the cat’s face
The venture has brought in so many profits that have been donated to various charity organisations around the world.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the government of Botswana announced that it will be holding its first major auction for the right to hunt elephants since the ban to hunt the animals was lifted in May 2019.
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The country, which has the world's biggest elephant population, is offering seven packages of 10 elephants each. Botswana is home to about 130,000 elephants.
It was gathered that Auction It Ltd is operating the sales on behalf of the government of Botswana. Those interested in bidding are required to pay a refundable deposit of $18,300 (N6,642,900).
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