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His name is Monty and he is a cat with a genetic alteration that no one wanted to take home with them, before the couple who decided to adopt him. Referred to as the feline with Down's Syndrome, this was his biggest obstacle.
Fortunately, someone went beyond the outward appearance and saw a sociable, lovable kitten who is not afraid of anything. Now he is even a star of the web.
The cat with a genetic alteration has become animal rights ambassador with physical defects and disabilities. Try to convey the message that you can be valuable and interesting even if not perfect. His motto is: “I'm not perfect, but beautiful”; and how can it be contradicted?
Anyone who has stopped to see videos of this extraordinary feline he cannot help but fall in love with his extraordinary personality. He sleeps hugging his new human dad and purrs that any cat would envy.
The declarations of those who have decided to love him
“ It is incredibly sweet and very attached to me. He insists on sleeping between my legs every single night,”says the boy who adopted him. Monty has chromosomal abnormalities similar to Down's Syndrome, but thanks to his sweetness a couple has decided to fight with and for him against people's obtuseness.
The videos and posts that see this feline as the protagonist are aimed at help abandoned and stray cats, invite adoption in shelters and go beyond appearances and physical defects. Love is not perfection and anyone can be able to give it. Those who do not stop at the outward appearance and even go beyond the differences in species are the two black kittens who act as bodyguards for the blind raccoon.
How many times have we been speechless in front of the majestic spectacle of Nature, and how many times have we thought about how perfect nature is. On the other hand, the world is beautiful because it is varied. With this article we will show you how this popular saying can be true.
Attempts to select the breed Scottish Fold initially caused the presence of genetic diseases in born puppies. How was this possible? In 1961 at the McRae farm in Scotland, a small white cat named Susie was born: a spontaneous mutation had caused the pavilions of her ears to be folded forward and close to her head, making her look like an owl.
With its pronounced cheeks, large eyes, long legs and slender body, the Devon Rex it is certainly one of the most fascinating breeds in the feline world. Fortunately, he tends to be quite healthy, but there are still some genetic diseases to which it is particularly subject:
Today we tell you the story of Gracie , a very particular kitten who, due to a rare genetic mutation, vaguely resembles a werewolf. Bree , the volunteer who takes care of her, would never have thought of taking care of such a special animal.
The cat Aslan he is now one year old and happy, but he really risked a much worse fate. This cute and affectionate kitty was born with a rare genetic mutation that led him to develop in fetal age well two pairs of ears . The cat was born a stray, but luckily he met the unconditional love of a woman on his way.