Not that many would have noticed anyway. The kitten was living as a stray on the streets in southeastern Spain, likely to leave the world as anonymously as he had entered it.
That is, until Laura Llácer found him. As director and co-founder of Santuario Compasión Animal, Llácer was only passing through. But, unlike so many others, she couldn't pass Romeo when she spotted him on the street.
Llácer was told all of Romeo's brothers and sisters had already found homes - but that Romeo was "too ugly" for anyone to take him home.