This adorable and clever RSPCA ad got this special needs kitty adopted!
This is so cute!
Meet Jaws, a cat who's missing half of her bottom jaw which causes her tongue to hang out as pictured below.
Cats with special needs are often over looked and aren't adopted as easily as a "normal" cat.
So, the the RSPCA of New South Wales, conjured up a hilariously brilliant marketing tactic: they wrote an ad in her voice with an adorable little lisp!
Here's the ad below if you have trouble reading it above.
"Hello there, my name ith Jawths.
I wath brought into the thelter ath a thray cat. Luckily thumone thpotted me when I thruggling to eat, and quickly thaw thumthing was mithing. They took me to the local vet hothpital, and I was tranthferred to the R-ETH-P-THEE-A.
When the vet thaw me, he thaw that half my bottom jaw wath mithing, cauthing my tongue to hang out and for me to have thith wonderful lithspe.
I am definitely a thpecial needth cat, and will need thumone thuper thpecial to care for me. Bethide from my tongue hanging out, I'm actually a pretty normal cat, loving to play, chathe toyth and loving chin thratcheth.
Pleath come and adopt from me from Thydney Thelter!
View my profile and more phototh here: http://rspcansw.org/1lTjQfe"
If that doesn't make you want to hug this little lisping kitty, I don't know what will.
“Like all our animals, we try to find what makes them special, and share it with the world,” said RSPCA spokeswoman, Jessica Conway. “We are celebrating this 'difference' as what makes her so special and unique.”
And perhaps because they highlighted this special, unique difference, she was adopted just days later!
Jaws is now on her way to a furever home.
Congrats to you Jaws! We here at iizcat hope you get all the "happineth and love you detherve!"
(h/t) animal rescue site
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