Please can someone adopt this very sweet cat with a penis on her face?


Oh, sweet Daisy (Picture: Facebook/The Mini Kitty Commune)

We’ve all* experienced the embarrassment of someone doodling a penis on one of your belongings, only to carry it around unaware while people chuckle.

*Well, I hope that’s a common experience, otherwise my school was just very odd.

Now imagine if rather than your notepad, that penis doodle was on your face.

Hopefully that will give you some sympathy for sweet Daisy, a ragdoll cat with some, um, ‘unfortunate facial markings’.

We’ll be blunt. Daisy has a dick on her face.

The ragdoll cat has lovely fluffy white and grey fur, with some distinctive brown patches on her face. One patch quite clearly forms the shape of a penis, with the testicles sitting just above her eyes and the shaft ending with her little pink nose.

Daisy has a penis on her face. See? (Picture: Facebook/The Mini Kitty Commune)

Oh, sweet Daisy.

You might imagine that such hilarious markings would mean Daisy would be snapped up by adopters in a hot second, but, alas, she’s still looking for a home.

The Mini Kitty Commune rescue centre in Sydney, Australia, posted on Facebook searching for a loving home for little Daisy, explaining that while ‘some say she has unfortunate facial markings’, they just call her ‘unique’.

‘Beautiful Daisy is ready for adoption,’ write the centre. ‘Daisy is nine years old and ready to spend her time snuggling on anything warm, [and is] happy to watch the world go by.

Shes friendly and loves to snuggle (Picture: Facebook/The Mini Kitty Commune)

‘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.’

Daisy is very friendly despite having lots of people laugh at her little face, and likely is entirely unaware that her markings look like a penis, so is free of all those neuroses and insecurities a human in her predicament would experience.

All she needs is a loving home where she’ll get plenty of affection.

And let’s be real, if you’re after Instagram fame, this cat is a winner.

The only bad news is that Daisy is all the way in Sydney, so you’ll need to be based there to adopt the kitty.

If you’re available and interested, contact the shelter through Facebook.

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