This derpy faced cat will make you redefine the word "cute" (Gallery)
Meet Griffin, the derpy faced cat that just wants your snuggles.
Griffin's full name is Griffin Von Porkchop, because why not?
Griffin was left with a snaggletooth after surgery to fix his jaw from when he was a kitten. That made him receive a purrmanent "derpy" face, and he's just too freaking adorable now!
"He has something called asymmetrical jaw. When he was little his adult upper left canine began poking into his bottom tooth pushing it out. When he went in to get fixed, it was pulled, but it left him with a snaggletooth. Griffin is 5 years old and is healthy as a funny-looking horse," his human dad shared on reddit.
He's just like any other cat - loves to play, nap, and of course... treats!
"This is the facial expression I get when I ask him if he wants 'treats'."
"I shamelessly bribed him with treats because I had to pee, but felt guilty kicking him off of my lap. This way he jumps off on his own."
Griffin also likes to look dapper.
Griffin has a few cat siblings, all adorable and fluffy!
They're all very polite kitties, and even wait in line behind each other for their turn at the food dish.
Gahhh, that face!
Rocking his kitty harness to enjoy the fresh air.
He loves to go outside. This is his "thrilled" face.
Fitting and sitting in his box.
Despite his grumpy derp face, he's one giant sweet heart!
How could you not love this face???
Griffin makes us redefine the word "cute". Because to us, this is one adorably cute kitty!
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If you want to see more of Griffin, be sure to follow him on Instagram @allthegriffin
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