Meet Monty, the feline with a peculiar mug. He shares his home in Copenhagen with two other feline companions. Monty’s face is distinctive since he was born without a nasal bridge bone owing to a genetic issue. Although his oddity makes him appear cute, his nose causes him respiratory problems, and he sneezes more than regular cats. Monty, on the other hand, is still the ideal family cat for his owner because he is such a lovable furball. When they got him from an animal shelter at the age of three, they noted that it was his unusual adorable face and quiet attitude that made them fall in love with him.
“We adopted little 3-year-old Monty boy from an animal shelter a year ago.”
“Monty was born without a nasal bridge, which causes him to sneeze every now and then.”
But that doesn’t matter because “his personality, which he demonstrated from the start, is as rare as a diamond!”
“Monty shared a room with a few other cats from the animal shelter that were a touch aggressive, but Monty was uninterested in picking a fight.”
“Monty also has a leaky/loose bladder, which causes him to urinate in his sleep.”
“When he finds out, he becomes ashamed, therefore we are trying to persuade him not to be because this is a condition he can’t cure and must learn to live with.”
“He enjoys laying on your lap and will keep you company at night, until you wake up. By far, his favorite spot to cuddle is in his father Michael’s arms.”
Monty is a courageous feline. He is nearly never fearful, and he even enjoys his visits to the veterinarian.
“We want Monty to be a spokesperson for ‘crooked’ cats or cats who don’t appear to be ideal in everyone’s eyes!”
“We also want to emphasize that just because you look different doesn’t mean you can’t be amazing.”