Introducing Juno, the cat with a permanent expression of anger. Despite his grouchy appearance, Juno is actually a sweet and relaxed feline. However, his furrowed brow and scowling face give him the appearance of a grumpy old man ready to scold anyone who crosses his path. Juno has gained quite a following on Instagram, with over 185,000 fans who love his cantankerous look. In fact, his followers were so enamored with him that they requested he release his own merchandise, which he now has. Owner Dominique Teta, 21, from New Jersey, USA, created Juno’s account after seeing how people reacted to his unique appearance. According to Dominique, Juno looks frustrated almost all of the time.
The cat in the picture may look angry and fierce, but in truth, he is quite relaxed and easygoing. According to his owner, Juno’s calm demeanor might be due to his unique breed. He is a mix of Himalayan cats, with one parent being a brown point Himalayan and the other half Burmese and half Himalayan. Although they are awaiting DNA results to confirm his ancestry, Juno’s owner has known him since birth and finds his story amusing. He was the lone kitten in his litter, which is highly unusual. It seems that the Himalayan breed might be responsible for Juno’s intimidating appearance, with all that fluffy fur, but he is definitely not a grumpy feline.
According to Dominique, Juno, who is Instagram famous, is a laid-back cat despite his intimidating facial features. He tends to play alone at night in the kitchen, probably because he was the only kitten in his litter. Although his face may look angry, he always likes to be close by and occasionally jumps on laps for chin scratches. Juno meows only when he’s playing or when he hears humans arguing, and then he expresses concern by meowing in their faces. With Juno now a celebrity, Dominique has had to become a part-time social media influencer, which she loves. Juno also seems to enjoy the attention, given that he has over 185K followers from around the world, with people wearing his merchandise in Germany and Australia.