Daisy the cat is a truly beautiful girl, with the sort of luxurious, smokey grey fur you could happily stroke all evening long.
However, the pretty Ragdoll cat, from Sydney, Australia, has experienced rather a few difficulties when searching for her forever lap to snuggle up on. Truth be told, she’s a bit of a d*ck head.
Now, there is nothing wrong with her personality – she’s a bona fide sweetie – but her ‘unique’ facial markings have proven to be a little too explicit for some. There’s no easy way to say this, but Daisy has a penis on her face.
Yep, the pattern on Daisy’s nose looks unmistakably like a meat and two veg, and I’m afraid there’s no use saying it looks like a ‘elongated love heart’ or ‘angel wings’ or any other nonsensical thing dreamt up by her adoring fan base.
Posting pictures of the rude yet lovely girl on Facebook, The Mini Kitty Commune rescue centre in Sydney wrote:
Beautiful Daisy is ready for adoption. Some say she has unfortunate facial markings but we call it totally unique. Daisy is 9 years old and ready to spend her time snuggling on anything warm & happy to watch the world go by.
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.
Cock nose or not, cat lovers down under have fallen stones over dong for this saucy feline, describing her as ‘drop dead gorgeous’ and ‘awesome looking’.
Daisy’s inadvertent naughtiness has endeared her to thousands all across the world, and The Mini Kitty Commune has been swamped with offers from those who would be only too happy to give Daisy’s nose a stroke.
Staff at The Mini Kitty Commune told UNILAD how Daisy’s ‘unique markings went nuts over the web’, with a representative revealing:
We’ve had quite a few reactions ranging from people finding it hilarious to people being angry with us for likening her facial markings to phallic imagery.
The Aussie rescue centre have since informed us of some news which has perked me right up. Precious Daisy is now enjoying a trial adoption with her sister Mollie. And it would appear things are going better for them both.
The representative told UNILAD:
She is very sweet, she has relaxed into her trial adoption. Her potential adopter has been amazing for both Daisy and Mollie.
Here’s to a very much deserved happy ending for this one-of-a-kind puss.
If you want to help – or even adopt – cats like Daisy, you can offer support to the good humans at The Mini Kitty Commune here.
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Jules studied English Literature with Creative Writing at Lancaster University before earning her masters in International Relations at Leiden University in The Netherlands (Hoi!). She then trained as a journalist through News Associates in Manchester. Jules has previously worked as a mental health blogger, copywriter and freelancer for various publications.