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Ugly Cat

A cat named Ugly is developing a huge following of fans at a New Hampshire vet because people simply can’t take their eyes off the awful-looking feline!

Ugly Bat Boy, which is his full name, has a mane of shaggy grey fur on his chest, but other than that is mainly bald, giving him a very unusual – and, to some people, unattractive – appearance.


The staff at Exeter Veterinary Hospital, where Ugly lives, says lots of people don’t think the cat’s real because he usually sits as still as a statue. The employees also say he’s got a great personality that makes his inner beauty shine right through!


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