Monty’s face is unusual because he was born without a nose bridge due to a genetic problem. Although his quirkiness makes him look attractive, his nose causes him breathing problems, and he sneezes more than ordinary cats.
Monty, on the other hand, is always the perfect family cat for his owner because he is such a cuddly ball of fur. When they picked him up from an animal shelter at the age of three, they noticed that it was his unusually charming face and calm demeanor that made them fall in love with him.
“A year ago, we adopted a 3-year-old Monty from an animal shelter.”
“Monty was born without a nose bridge, which affects him from time to time and makes him sneeze a little.”
But that doesn’t matter since “his personality, which he showed from the beginning, is as rare as a diamond!”
“Monty shared a room with a few other cats at the animal shelter who were a little hostile, but Monty wasn’t interested in picking a fight.”
“Monty also has a tendency to urinate in his sleep due to a leaky or loose bladder.”
“When he finds out, he is embarrassed, which is why we try to persuade him not to be since it is a situation he cannot cure and must learn to live with.”
“He loves to lay on your lap and at night he keeps you company until you wake up. His favorite place to cuddle by far is in the arms of his daddy Michael.”
Monty is a spunky feline. He is almost never afraid, and he even enjoys his visits to the vet.
We would love for Monty to become a spokesperson for “twisted” cats or cats that don’t look perfect to everyone!”
“We also want to emphasize that just because you look different doesn’t mean you can’t be extraordinary.”
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