Chinese cat constantly looks surprised
I really hope this cat only looks this way and doesn't feel the way he looks all the time. Because if the look on his face is any indication, he's in a state of shock and surprise for every single waking moment of his life, and that just can't be good for his heart.
Banye, an 11-year-old British Shorthair from China, is a very special kind of cat. Born with a certain "look," everyone he comes across thinks he's in a constant state of shock. The reason for this is that he was born with a dark patch of fur right under his mouth, but somehow I can't imagine that being the only reason he looks this way. His eyes even look surprised! Who knows, maybe he actually feels the way he looks. His owner, who himself has a calm, normal face, took some photos of Banye and posted them on a Chinese website, and, as you can imagine, Banye and his perma-shock face took the internet by storm.
Just imagine for a second if you were born like Banye and you had the exact same perma-shock look on your face. Bet you wouldn't think it was so cute!
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