Spangles, the Cross-Eyed Cat – Design You Trust

Spangles, the Cross-Eyed Cat

From his owner:

“Meet Spangles the cross-eyed kitty who is quite a charmer. He was born on July 4. So I came up with his name, Spangles! Spangles loves to take photos. He will pose for me, and let me know when he’s in a glamorous mood. He has one cross eye, and he was born that way. He can see perfectly fine.”

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