A cat in Australia cannot find a home because of its unusual - and rude - facial markings.
Daisy, a nine-year-old ragdoll cat, is described as an easy going moggy, fully microchipped and vaccinated.
But an animal rescue group in Sydney, The Mini Kitty Commune, said that despite the cat being “perfect on paper”, something is stopping someone from taking her into their home.
Her “unique” markings make it look, some claim, as if she has a rude part of the male anatomy on her face.
Daisy 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,” wrote the Commune on Facebook.
But it added: “Some say she has unfortunate facial markings but we call it totally unique”.
Her plight was picked up by a local television station, which asked: “Someone Please Adopt Daisy, The Beautiful Rescue Cat With A Dick On Her Face.”
But Daisy should not in any way feel embarrassed.
Some on the Facebook said they could not see the resemblance, while others claimed she was still beautiful despite the markings.
“I am so slow..I didn’t realise what you meant..when you said unfortunate markings..I’ve read the comments now, but it never entered my mind,” wrote one, er member, on Facebook.
Another simply wrote: “I think Daisy is just gorgeous!”
The Mini Kitty Commune claims it is Australia’s leading cat adoption agency, and is a charity which claims to “save hundreds of animals and touch thousands of people’s lives”.