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Kitten Resembling Hitler Can’t Find A Home – VIDEO

Kitten Resembling Hitler Can’t Find A Home – VIDEO

She’s cute and adorable, but a six-week-old kitten in England can’t find anyone to take her in because she bears a striking resemblance to Adolf Hitler.

According to the staff at a British animal shelter, no one will adopt this black-and-white cat because of a black mark under its nose.

No One Wants To Adopt Kitler

‘Kitler’ — as the six-week-old cat is known — has been passed over by prospective owners and the animal shelter officials in Godmanchester, Cambridgeshire, think it’s because she has a patch of black fur underneath her nose that looks like the notorious dictator’s distinctive mustache.

As first reported in The Daily Telegraph, the kitten, who was found severely malnourished by a roadside has been nicknamed “Kitler.” Spokeswoman Tara Dundon from Wood Green animal shelter said: “Kitler is an adorable little girl who will make a wonderful addition to the right family. She is really playful and a typical sweet kitten.”

You can see a photo of Kitler here.

Cats That Look Like Hitler

While reading about this story, I came across a website entitled, Cats That Look Like Hitler. I was astonished to discover that finding likenesses of Hitler has become a semi-popular pastime for people with a dark sense of humor.

The website offers guidelines for determining if a cat qualifies as feline Hitler:

Does your cat look like Adolf Hitler? Do you wake up in a cold sweat every night wondering if he’s going to up and invade Poland? Does he keep putting his right paw in the air while making a noise that sounds suspiciously like “Sieg Miaow”? If so, this is the website for you.

Meanwhile, if you are still intrigued by this topic, check out this video of Kitlers. And let’s hope that with all the publicity she’s getting, this cute kitty will find a home.

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12:36AM PDT on Sep 9, 2012

Does NOT look like Hitler - looks cute!

What an odd thing to think of a kitten...

12:34AM PDT on Sep 9, 2012

Oops - 'She', found a home.

12:32AM PDT on Sep 9, 2012

Hope he found a home,Thank you for article.

12:32AM PDT on Sep 9, 2012

Hope he found a home,Thank you for article.

5:33AM PST on Mar 8, 2012

I also had a "Hitler" look-a-like, but we named him Groucho! I wish she were closer, I`d take her in a second!

7:24PM PDT on Aug 20, 2011

Totally UNFAIR!

3:30PM PDT on Aug 13, 2011

Uhm... she doesn't look anything like Hitler. I think that some people might have an over-active imagination.

2:48AM PDT on Aug 12, 2011

Stupid question! Voted YES.

4:29PM PDT on Aug 11, 2011

I like Charlene Chaplin - that's a good one!

4:26PM PDT on Aug 11, 2011

Well first of all, how about giving the kitten a cute name like spot or smudgy? Kitler, come on! It's a kitten people, get real. Too bad I live in Costa Rica, I'd take the baby in a heartbeat

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