NAPA FALLS, Idaho — Fox News reported on Thursday that a Fox News producer said that a flat-headed cat named Flat Head had been seen in the Fox Valley for a month and a half.
Fox 5 posted a video of the cat, whose name is Flat Head, walking on the side of the road in Napa Flatlands.
In the video, a woman can be seen walking up to Flat Head and petting him as the two sit in the grass.
The video was captioned with the comment, “A flat headed cat?”
Fox said in the post that it reached out to the Napa Valley Cat Society to investigate the cat’s status.
It was not immediately known if the cat was a pet, or if he was a feral cat.
Napa Valley Cats’ Club President and CEO Mike Brown said in a statement that Flat Head is a very friendly, loving, and docile cat who has been in NAPACFS care since he was 6 months old.
“This is a really nice cat, a real gentleman,” Brown said.
Brown added that Flat is very friendly with the public and enjoys playing in the yard.
A spokesman for the NAPASC told Fox News that Flathead’s condition is very stable.
He is being cared for at the NACA shelter.
You can see more of the Flat Head cat’s photos on Fox News at: http://bit.ly/2jE1uX7