Cat with no nose struggling to find a home
A cat with no nose is struggling to find a new home because of unusual feature.
Meet Dave the cat!
At 14 years old, it's already hard enough to find a home for a senior cat. He was given to the Bath Cats and Dogs Home in Somerset about a month ago after its elderly owner had to go into a retirement home.
Dave had to have the front of its nose removed a few years ago because of a cancerous tumour. Staff said it "doesn't affect him at all" but sadly no-one has yet "seen past Dave's nose" to adopt him.
Rachel Jones, from the centre, said the "old boy" was just looking for a "quiet retirement home" where it could "live the rest of his years in peace and quiet".
"Dave is beautiful but sadly due to his looks he's struggling to find a home," she said.
"It doesn't affect him at all and he doesn't need specialist care - he just looks odd. "But he's a very loving cat and just waiting for someone to overlook his unusual feature and give him a forever home."
If you're interested in helping Dave find a home, share this story and visit his adoption page here!
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