Strange marks on an animal’s fur are not that uncommon. These colors can occasionally even aid animals, particularly those in shelters, in standing out from the throng and enhancing their chances of finding the ideal forever home. But Daisy, a cat from a shelter in Sydney, Australia, could be the unhappiest one because of her unique marking.
Daisy is a nine-year-old ragdoll cat, is described as a sweet and friendly cat, fully microchipped and vaccinated. According to an animal rescue group in Sydney, The Mini Kitty Commune, she is “perfect on paper” but when adopters meet her, the unusual and rude facial markings on her face has put off them from adopting her.
Her facial marking was described as “unfortunate” by the Mini Kitty Commune, who took her in until she could find her forever home. In an effort to give her a decent home, they also shared her predicament and images with cat lovers worldwide.
Amazingly, Daisy went viral and so many people have fallen in love with her. They even began arguing what the shape on her face actually looks like.
Some on the Facebook said they could not see the resemblance, and she looks likes an angel, while others claimed she was still beautiful despite the markings. However, most people believe that the cat deserves a loving home no matter how she looks.
The good news is that a trial adoption with a foster family is presently taking place for Daisy and her sister, Mollie. She has gotten comfortable with her trial adoption and is really lovely. Both Daisy and Mollie have benefited greatly from her possible adopter.
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