This Cat Has the Most Beautiful Eyes We’ve Ever Seen

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Alos is a cat with the most beautiful feature. His eyes are startling in their beauty. One is green, and the other is blue. It’s amazing to see his two very different eyes, especially when you add them to his solid white coat. He is striking in every sense of the word. We like to think that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that’s what makes everyone on earth beautiful in his or her own manner, but we never once thought that someone would consider this cat anything but gorgeous. Just so lovely, this cat captures the attention of any and everyone he encounters in Turkey, where he lives with his owners.

Eyes are the windows to the soul. We often hear that we can say what we want to say and behave how we want to behave, but that we can truly see into a person’s body, mind and soul when we go into their eyes. We love the eyes of a beautiful cat and we love the eyes of anyone who is daring enough to allow us to see into their personality through them. This cat’s eyes are not the same color because of a hereditary issue, and it’s one that doesn’t have any effect on his vision or how he lives his life. He was just very fortunate to be born with the most beautiful appearance of any animals we’ve had the pleasure of encountering in our time. He is lovely, and we hope he knows it.

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