Meet Monty – The Famous “Down Syndrome” Cat Who’s Capturing Hearts All Over

This lovable little fella lives in Copenhagen with his people Michael and Mikala

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Someday they were checking out a regional sanctuary when they had seen Monty, a small cat who looked like no other they had actually ever seen.

Monty was birthed without a nasal bridge bone because of a chromosome abnormality. It’s this that offers him his loveable as well as one-of-a-kind face.

So Monty’s humans made a decision to make an Instagram account to share Monty’s beauty with the whole globe, and also before they understood it, he came to be a hit.

“A year ago, we adopted little 3-year-old Monty boy from an animal shelter”

“Monty was born without a nasal bridge (the bone in the nose) which affects him now and then and makes him sneeze a bit.”

Nonetheless, “his personality, he showed from the very beginning, is rare as a diamond!”

“Monty shared a room with some of the other cats from the animal shelter [that] acted a little aggressive, [but] Monty [remained] uneager to pick a fight.”
Meet Monty: The Adorable Cat With An Unusual Face

“Monty also has a tendency to urinate in his sleep due to a leaky/loose bladder.”

“He [becomes] embarrassed when he finds out, so we are struggling to encourage him not to be since this is a problem he can’t fix and has to learn to live with.”

“He loves lying on your lap and at night he’ll keep you company […] until you wake up. [His] favorite place to cuddle is by far in the arms of [his dad] Michael.”

“Monty is almost never afraid, he even loves being at the vet, a brave little fella.”

“We wish for Monty to be an ambassador for ‘crooked’ cats or cats that may not look perfect in everyone’s eyes!”

To see even more of Monty and follow him in his day-to-day live, check out his Instagram.-



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