Sydney Animal Rescue Puts Cat With 'Penis Imprint' Up For Adoption
Animals are known for having unique and interesting designs on their bodies that are just pure coincidence.
There's no way (that we know of) to influence the specific markings on dogs, cats, birds or any other animal; which is why they're always fascinating when they happen.
However, for one cat, it's facial marking is a little...unfortunate.
While loads of people will think there's nothing wrong, there will be tons more who will recognise that Daisy has a phallic looking imprint on it's face.
The nine-year-old ragdoll has been brought into The Mini Kitty Commune in Sydney and has been put up for adoption.
"Some say she has unfortunate facial markings but we call it totally unique. Daisy is...ready to spend her time snuggling on anything warm and happy to watch the world go by," The Mini Kitty Commune said on Facebook.
"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.
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"If you're interested in Daisy we would love to hear from you so please send PM."
The page has been flooded with loads of people who have expressed interest, however many seem unable to take Daisy in, despite their best wishes.
"She is a beautiful cat. I have two of my own. Would take her in if she could be shipped," said one person.
Another user wrote: "Oh I think she's so beautiful, if she could be shipped to Northern Ireland I would take her in a heart beat. I'm truly a cat lover and just lost my cat after 13 years. She would be loved and in a good and safe home."
A third added: "I couldn't care less about her markings. If you would be willing to send her to Perth, I'd adopt in a heartbeat."
The post has been up for a little more than a week and yet it seems like Daisy still hasn't been adopted.
If the whole 'dick on the face' thing is still bothering you, you could always just imagine that instead of a penis sitting smack bang in the middle of the feline's face, it's a misshapen heart. That is believable, right?
Featured Image Credit: The Mini Kitty Commune/Facebook