He's already been the mascot for the Lentil Festival in Philadelphia to raise money for craniofacial awareness, and he just returned from a Children's Craniofacial Association kids' camp in Orlando, Florida, a gathering place for children nationwide with craniofacial conditions. Pop star Cher serves as a national spokeswoman for the group.
When he isn't traveling, Lentil greets fans at Condefer's Philadelphia pet shop. They come to thank him for his work in raising awareness. Fans call him "the Bean" and themselves "Beanstalkers." Meanwhile, Lentil's Facebook page just keeps growing.
Condefer still can't get over her pet's impact.
"Seeing him meet these children -- and he would just go up to them, sleep on their lap and you could see how they related to him and how he related to these children -- it was wonderful," she says.
"He's here for a reason, and he's made it for a reason, and that's what makes him special."