Cat could only spin left because of head trauma, but that all changed after he was adopted
This poor kitty suffered a head trauma as a kitten. As a result he used to spin left and he couldn't walk in a straight line.
But everything changed when he was adopted.
Meet Verasen, the counterclockwise cat.
He was found on the side of the road with injures and taken to a vet hospital by a kind woman.
"When we adopted him he knew only how to purr and to spin counterclockwise," reddit user Moorzilko shared. "I thought that he will spend his entire life being disoriented."
But Verasen showed his human family that he was a fighter, and with a little love and patience, he started to show miraculous improvement!
"He learned to walk straight while playing and to find his way walking by the wall. He's 2 years old now and lives in loving family!"
Verasen is apparently quite the character.
"He moves just like a normal cat, jumps and runs around, it's just the little things give away his strangeness."
"His habits include not eating from the right side of his bowl; he will bite if you're to the left, but don't think you'll hide on the right side; he'll spin 270° and get you; ambush attacking ninja style while commenting every move by "meow"; getting dissapointed when you sneeze or making loud noises and meowing long and emotional speeches; sitting only at the very edge of a chair; rebooting by spinning 360° every time he gets confused; he knows that he can miscalculate the jump and fail it, so he always jumps higher than needed."
"He's so loyal that you can't even visit bathroom at night without him being by your side."
Verasen is living the life of a pampered house cat. All he needed was a family that would give a place to call home.
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