Frankie is the name of the lovely man in the images. Frankenkitten is a one-of-a-kind feline. Frankie has four ears and one eye, but he’s otherwise exactly like any other cat. Frankie behaves normally and has adapted excellently to his new circumstances. Of course, his kind family is there to assist him whenever he requires assistance.
Frankie was discovered under a suburban house with another sibling. A wild mother gave birth to a kitten with four ears. The homeowners took in Frankenkitten and his sibling to provide them with shelter and socialization in the hopes of rehoming them later.
Frankie’s two pairs of ears are the first thing people notice about him. Due to his overbite, the kitten’s face is rather angular. Frankie didn’t have one eye from birth. One of his eyeballs, however, had burst and had to be removed. Frankie’s health issues don’t stop there; his rear legs and knees are misaligned, and he walks strangely.
Frankie’s bottom canines were piercing the roof of his mouth and needed to be surgically removed. Frankie’s knees were also worked on, so he’s lot more stable today. Frankie’s life was spared when the eye was removed. The infection in the kitten’s eye might have killed it, so veterinarians responded quickly.
Frankie’s childhood had certainly been difficult, but it was his lovely manner and endearing personality that made everyone like him. Frankie is much like any other cat, despite his unusual appearance. Only a few hours with him will convince you that he is a unique cat, and not just because of his appearance.
Of course, his physical issues have an impact on his daily life. Frankie can’t hear well since his second pair of ears is muffled, and his night vision is poor owing to his missing eye. His mouth is also a major issue, as he can’t seem to handle wet food. Frankie is on a dry-food diet and has quickly learned how to consume kibble.
Frankie’s favorite pastimes include cuddling with his owners and sleeping all day. He also enjoys playing with toys, indicating that he is not allowing his physical limitations to limit his enjoyment of life. He’s also extremely irritating — at least to his siblings and the pets. Frankie is described as “cheeky” by everyone who knows him.
Of course, they won’t let him go outside since he’ll undoubtedly cause trouble. Frankenkitten, on the other hand, is live proof that beauty is found within.