Martyr is not like other cats.
She was first discovered in a dumpster in 2016 when a bystander heard her quiet meowing from inside.
The kitten, obviously abandoned there, had gangrene in its back paw and a fractured front leg.
Fortunately, her new mother understood just how much to support her. She has been restored to health over time and continues to wear her cone with pride.
Martyr’s gangrene caused her to lose her back paw, which was tragic. Her mother, who had fostered kittens before, assisted her in healing in a way that allowed her to reach her current state of health.
It was just lately that Martyr’s gender was revealed, aside from her start in the trash!
With Martyr being a very uncommon exception, most calico cats are female. In fact, until recently, he was referred to as a “she.”
It seems that there are just 1 in 3,000 male calico cats!
This is because cats have an X chromosome, which contributes to the appearance of orange and black fur.
Because female cats have two copies of the X chromosome, their coats are often white with specks of orange and black fur on top, giving them the look of calico cats.
Therefore, a male cat needs to have two X chromosomes in addition to one Y chromosome in order to look as a calico.
For this reason, cats like as Martyr are natural wonders.
This with his lowly origins make this cat as unique as a mythical unicorn. When Martyr’s new mother’s niece uploaded all of the images included in this post on the website Imgur, his gorgeous face became a part of an internet sensation!
How do you feel about Martyr’s narrative? Like him, would you want a cat?