In early December, a local shelter called Tara Kay, founder of the Odd Cat Sanctuary in Salem, Massachusetts, about a 3-year-old cat with just one nostril.
When Tara realized that the shelter couldn’t take care of her anymore owing to a lack of money, she didn’t hesitate to offer her a chance.
Because she was born with a chromosomal defect, the adorable cat with reddish fur sniffs loudly and her eyes wander in different places.
When she came at her new home, her caretakers noticed that she enjoyed being caressed, particularly on her chin, and named her Toast.
Despite the fact that she has only one nostril, she is a very cheerful, curious, and affectionate cat that gets along with everyone.
“As soon as you pet her, she purrs, bows her head, and simply wants to be loved.” She is so little that she only weighs five pounds ».
Toast like being the center of attention and is really adorable while playing.
Although she was born with an extra chromosome, it simply adds to her uniqueness and cuteness.
Toast will be cared after at The Odd Cat Sanctuary for the rest of his life.
She’ll never be sad again since everyone is responsible for providing her with love and safety. Toast is happy with her life and is spending the holidays with her large family.