We should all embrace our uniqueness.
I know this is quite easy to say but hard to implement in your life. After all, we are rewarded for fitting in unless we really go out there and achieve something huge. However, even then, ‘different’ people were never appreciated in their own time. Now I am not saying that having a unique physical characteristic automatically means you are somehow better than others or in any way special but what I am trying to say is that we should always embrace our uniqueness whether it be physical or something else.
And the same thing applies when we talk about animals. I am sure you have already seen many dogs and cats with heterochromia. Many people even prize the animals that have heterochromia. I understand that it looks beautiful but it is weird to see animals with different colored eyes being sold for more just because of this physical characteristic. However, today we have more than just heterochromia and many other genetic conditions like albinism.
So just scroll below to see for yourself.
#1 This is Zeus and he is actually a full-grown German shepherd.
#2 A cat with eyes that look like some unknown planets.
#3 We might not be all fans of snakes but this one is gorgeous.
#4 Fanny has vitiligo, hence the different fur coloring.
#5 We are going to look at a lot of beautiful eyes in this article.
#6 Should I boop him on the nose or high five?
#7 This kitty can ignore all your commands extra easily.
#8 This tiny kitten has dwarfism.
#9 Are we looking at a cat or a panda?
#10 Her eyes look like cracked glass but she can see perfectly.
#11 This is Dexter and his tail is longer than most monkeys.
#12 This adorable kitten has four ears and was left with one eye because of an injury.
#13 The night is slowly overtaking the light.
#14 This bunny takes the concept of two-faced to another level.
#15 Here we have a reverse panda dog.
#16 This beautiful kitten is called Pixel.
#17 Her vitiligo gives her beautiful marble coloring.
#18 We see another german shepherd with dwarfism.
#19 This doggo can probably fly away with his ears.
#20 That is not paint but an actual patch of black fur.
#21 This kitty apparently has opposable thumbs.
#22 This is Elli and she has vitiligo.
While I will always preach about accepting the weird quirks of your pets, that doesn’t mean that every genetic condition is cute. Many breeders choose to breed dogs or cats who have albinism just because they fetch a high price but the reality is that some of these genetic conditions can come with problems for the animals. So just because you think something is cute doesn’t mean that we as humans should promote it.
#23 Right here we have Spade, He has albinism.
#24 This here is Supercat.
#25 Frankie was born this way but that hasn’t stopped him from having fun.
#26 An extra vampire tooth right here.
#27 Another gorgeous Albino dog.
#28 We obviously need to appreciate snakes more.
#29 This kitty looks like a toy.
#30 No, this is not photoshop.
#31 This particular cat was born without an ear.
#32 Another cat with curled ears.
#33 Another happy doggo with vitiligo.
#34 This is not a mix between a sheep and a bunny but a genetic mutation.
#35 We are seeing a lot of animals with vitiligo here.
#36 Can you count how many toes this cat has?
#37 I just want to tickle those adorable paws.
#38 This is a very rare species known as the Lykoi cat.
#39 This kitty can breathe in everything with her two noses.
#40 Jinx was also born with just one ear.
#41 Here we have another Doberman with albinism.
#42 I might be coming around to snakes.
#43 Dino is a full-grown doggo. His small size is because of dwarfism.
#44 These two doggos were just adopted and have a rare genetic condition.
Does your pet have a weird quirk that makes them unique? if so, why not tell us all about it in the comments below? Also, don’t forget to share these pictures with your friends so they can have their daily dose of cuteness as well.