Move over, whiskers.
Little Sally Ann -- a mustachioed feline recently found in a Fresno, California Salvation Army donation bin -- is helping a local shelter spread the word about caring for cats, YourCentralValley reports.
And let's just say it. Sally Ann, who is adorable, resembles an old man with her bushy eyebrows and furry mustache. But it's working for her, earning her local fame and the nickname "Mustache Kitten."
Tammy Barker, assistant shelter director for Cat House on the Kings, told ABC News that Sally Ann was very hungry when she was found in the Salvation Army drop-box.
"They said she was really friendly and that every time someone walked into the door she was starving so she would run up to everyone," Barker said.
Sally Ann is improving her health and looking for a "forever home."