An orphaned feline dubbed the "world's saddest cat" has found a loving home after an appeal by an animal shelter went viral.
Tucker arrived at the Purrfect Pals shelter in Arlington in the US state of Washington after its previous owner could no longer care for her.
She has a genetic condition that gives her face a doleful appearance, as well as an auto-immune disease that makes her skin very thin and easy to bruise.
The kitty's case was picked up by local newspaper Seattle Pet Examiner last month, and the shelter says it has been "overwhelmed with inquiries from people all over the world" ever since.
Tucker is now living with a vet and her husband in nearby Seattle, a statement from Purrfect Pals said.
Tucker also has a new "brother" named Poe - another cat with similar special needs. The pair even have matching outfits to protect their fragile skin from bruises and tears.
Ever since Tucker's appeal was first posted, there has been an outpouring of media attention for the dejected puss.