He clearly falls into the "less adoptable" category on more than one count:
First: he's a black cat. Did you know they're five times more likely to be euthanized in a shelter environment, simply because of their color?
Second, he's blind in one eye.
Third, he's ear-tipped. Yes, some people don't want a scarred cat - and others are wary of what they consider to be a "street cat".
But let me tell you about this lovable guy.
Or rather, I'll let him tell you about himself:
"Thanks for taking a moment to read about me!
My name is Navan, and I'm a handsome shorthaired black kitty with a patch of white on my belly.
I came to Wayside as a stray. I must have had a rough life out there, fending for myself, because I was in pretty bad shape when I got here.
I have multiple scars due to fighting, and my right eye is badly damaged and I can't see out of it. But that hasn't gotten me down at all.
In fact, here at Wayside, I'm becoming known for having one of the best purrs of all the cats here. I enjoy being petted. I will let you know how much, of course, by purring!
And at 6 years of age, I still have lots of playfulness left in me. My favorite toy is a feather wand -- so much fun!
When I had my Felineality test, they said I'm a Leader of the Band! That means I'm a bold, confident kitty who loves people and loves adventure.
Do I sound like the purr-fect boy for you? Come to Wayside and ask for Navan.
Navan is available today at Allie's Alma Mater: Wayside Waifs.