This Special Cat Was Born With 'Werewolf Syndrome' - A Scary, But Awesome, Disorder

11 Jun 2015 Animals
This Special Cat Was Born With 'Werewolf Syndrome' - A Scary, But Awesome, Disorder

Most cats can pull out a perfectly menacing scowl to spook the heck out of anyone attempting to mess with them ("that's MY toy, dog,"), but this fuzzy feline's condition makes him greet each moment with a particularly eerie glare.

The hormonal condition causes his hair to continually grow super fast.

The hormonal condition causes his hair to continually grow super fast.

Luckily, his mom happens to be a pet groomer.

Luckily, his mom happens to be a pet groomer.

But she never over grooms him, preferring his distinct long, wild locks.

But she never over grooms him, preferring his distinct long, wild locks.

The thick hair is more like that seen on dogs than cats.

The thick hair is more like that seen on dogs than cats.

And even though he looks quite fierce, he

And even though he looks quite fierce, he

As he declares on his Instagram, I

As he declares on his Instagram,  I

He lives in Quebec, Canada, with his two humans, their two children, and three cat siblings.

He lives in Quebec, Canada, with his two humans, their two children, and three cat siblings.

When his family created a Facebook page for him last year, they were hoping for 100 likes, maybe.

When his family created a Facebook page for him last year, they were hoping for 100 likes, maybe.

Today he has over 35,000 followers on Facebook and over 30,000 on Instagram.

Today he has over 35,000 followers on Facebook and over 30,000 on Instagram.

His favorite pastimes include running into the ice maker on the fridge every time it makes a noise and watching/attacking animal shows on TV.

His favorite pastimes include running into the ice maker on the fridge every time it makes a noise and watching/attacking animal shows on TV.
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