Every animal is special and every rescue cat deserves a forever home. However, one kitty is having a little bit of trouble finding a new family because of some slightly unusual facial markings.
By, 2 Sep 2019
On paper, 9-year-old Daisy has everything you look for in a rescue cat. She's house-trained, friendly, fully vaccinated, spayed, and even has her own microchip.
A very unusual 'look'
So what's the problem? Why hasn't this Ragdoll kitty found a new cat mum and dad? Well, it might have something to do with her facial markings. Because, unfortunately for Daisy, they look a bit like a...well, take a look for yourself!
Now there's plenty of words to describe what those unique markings resemble, but we think we'll stick with a "man's private-parts!"
As Daisy is far more mature than we supposed 'grown-ups,' she's got no idea why nobody wants her.
When she looks in the mirror, she doesn't see anything else but a lonely cat looking for a home.
Thankfully, the staff working The Mini Kitty Commune rescue centre are doing everything they can to find a suitable family.
They recently shared the story on social media and posted the following message on their Facebook page:
"Beautiful Daisy is ready for adoption. Some say she has unfortunate facial markings, but we call it totally unique. Daisy is 9 years old and ready to spend her time snuggling on anything warm & happy to watch the world go by."
"She is very easy going and doesn't want for much, she loves company of humans but has also been around other cats so will do well after correct introductions."
We can't help but have a little giggle
Unsurprisingly, the pictures led to a few giggles and one or two sarcastic comments. One person wrote:
"Whoever doesn't love this cat is a d*ck!"
But all the teasing will be worth it when Daisy finally finds her perfect family. Come on, guys - there must be someone out there for this special cat with her very 'special' facial features!
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