It Appears This Gorgeous Blind Owl Has Awe Inspiring Constellations In His Eyes

This is one owl who definitely isn”t all he seems at first glance. The Western Screech was discovered on a front porch after he injured himself flying into the wall. He isn”t just a clumsy flier, though.

The fine feathered friend is actually blind. The disability brought him to the Wildlife Learning Center in Southern California where they fixed up his injuries and noticed a stunning side effect of his condition.

Just like Foreigner”s “Jukebox Hero,” this little guy has got stars in his eyes.

Just like Foreigner

And because of his condition, they couldn”t exactly just release him back into nature.

And because of his condition, they couldn

So now, he called the facility home and even has his own perch right next to founder Paul Hahns desk.

So now, he called the facility home and even has his own perch right next to founder Paul Hahns desk.

The celestial appearance inspired workers to name him Zeus, after the Roman god of the sky.

The celestial appearance inspired workers to name him Zeus, after the Roman god of the sky.

He feels right at home in at the Sylmar, California wildlife center.

He feels right at home in at the Sylmar, California wildlife center.

He”s very friendly and loves being around people.

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Which is good because visitors love see the little guy.

Which is good because visitors love see the little guy.

He”s also got a stuffed animal friend and fit right in for Halloween!

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(via Bored Panda.)

You can visit the gorgeous guy yourself at the Wildlife Learning Center and stay up to date on him and all his friends through their Facebook page.