You might have seen cats who give weird expressions that’s because of their race and genes while some are a product of cross so that’s why they give such looks.
But here Toby gives sad looks it looks like Toby is sad all the time but that is not the case. Toby has some rare genetic disorder and but he is happy in actual.
Watch Toby who always looks sad because of a syndrome
Toby lives with owners named Chris Lardner and Georgina Price in Gloucestershire. Georgina is an account assistant who says that Toby is facing a defective collagen syndrome which affects the skin of the subject and make it saggy it gives a look as if the skin of an old man. This disorder is also seen in human beings.
Chris and Georgia adopted Toby despite this disorder and even adopted his friend Quinton and they both were rescued from a home named hoarder’s house by the RSPCA.
This syndrome holds a tendency to affect the skin of the affected person but Toby was not affected this much and he only had a skin problem. As his skin was so droopy so he used to get cuts because of the thing and fragile skin.
But saying that Toby is sad is not true but he is actually very happy as he loves to play with bouncy balls, shoelaces, and whatever he can find. He can full his skin as it is droopy and also plays actively and can even drag things so that he can play with them.
When they brought Toby he was very shy and nervous as he was ignored by the cats because of his looks. He remained under the bed for almost four weeks but after a few days Chris and Georgina were able to handle and they are thankful to God that they adopted Toby and saved him from more damage.
He sleeps for the whole day and plays when his owners come home however people can him sagpuss and old due to the grumpy face but he is actually not sad.
Georgina says that as human being’s attention the same way these cats need attention and care.So many Toby is waiting for owners to come and adopt them ad we should take steps to make them happy and comfortable.
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