Meet Monty, the cat with a unique appearance. Residing in Copenhagen with two other feline companions, Monty’s distinctive facial features are a result of a genetic defect, specifically the absence of a nasal bridge bone. While his unusual appearance may make him seem charming, it leads to respiratory issues, causing him to sneeze more frequently than typical cats.
Despite these challenges, Monty is an incredibly lovely cat, and to his owner, he remains the perfect family pet. They fell in love with him a year ago when they adopted the 3-year-old Monty from an animal shelter, captivated by his uniquely beautiful face and serene demeanor.
Monty lacks a nasal bridge, leading to occasional bouts of sneezing.
But that’s inconsequential because “the personality he displayed from the very start is as rare as a diamond!”
“Monty shared a room with some of the other cats from the animal shelter who acted a little aggressive, but Monty consistently avoided picking fights.”
“Monty also tends to experience involuntary urination during sleep due to a leaky or loose bladder.”
“He feels embarrassed upon discovering it, so we are working to reassure him not to be, as this is a challenge he can’t resolve and must learn to cope with.”
He delights in perching on your lap and will stay by your side until you wake up at night. His absolute favorite spot for cuddling is nestled in the arms of his dad, Michael.