In an adventurous piece of marketing which has received some newspaper publicity, the RSPCA shelter in Swansea, Wales (Llys Nini) have decided that Brody, one of their rescue cats taken in during September, looks like Batman because of his black and white facial markings. I agree that he does, but these sorts of markings are not that uncommon in solid and white bicolor cats. I have presented two more examples below the collage of Brody that I made up for a bit of fun.
Brody is a five-month-old domestic shorthair bicolor (B&W). He has a sister, Dana, and the RSPCA want to find a home which they can both go to together. The mother, Cary, is also looking for a new home.
Clara Abson, the shelter manager says:
“He’s so cute and just a fantastic little cat that it took us a while to realise that he was the spitting image of Batman….We are really hoping to find a permanent home for him soon.”
Here are two more Batmen!
Photo credits other than stated: Picture of Batman model by JD Hancock of a “3 3/4 inch Batman figure from the DC Universe Infinite Heroes series”. The picture of Brody is © Caters News Agency.