A few years back, Nicole Rienzie was just driving when a little black kitten surprisingly rushed to walk across in front of her car. Fortunately, she stepped on her vehicle breaks just in time before it reaches the cat. Rienzie\u2019s immediate response is to see if it was okay, but she was shocked to see the small feline in an unhealthy condition. When she recalled the first time she saw the kitten up close, it was \u201cmalnourished, very thin, covered in bugs, and the eyes were alarmingly infected.\u201d She brought the cat to her home, cleaned up, gave food, and named him Monkey because of his wild origins. They later shortened the name to Monk. But as months go by, they noticed something strange growing in his teeth. Once Monk\u2019s baby teeth evolved into a stronger set of adult teeth, his upper teeth have two long fangs. While cats innately grow fangs, Monk\u2019s was long enough to resemble a vampire\u2019s. \u201cHe has these long teeth or fangs. He looks like a little vampire,\u201d Rienzie said. Monk\u2019s fangs are measured to be three-quarters of an inch long, a striking big difference from that of an average cat. Most cats\u2019 teeth grow as long as a centimeter long if they have no recession in their gums. When Rienzie took Monk to an animal specialist, she was relieved when she learned that his condition was perfectly normal and shouldn\u2019t be a cause of worry. When Rienzie takes Monk outside, he was a popular sight among people because of his vampire-like fangs. She even started an Instagram account featuring cute photos of him at @monkandbean. Here are some of Monk\u2019s beautiful photos from his own Instagram: https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/B-adKNPljYr\/ https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CAGZbFulOfW\/ https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CAD0R2GFimz\/ https:\/\/www.instagram.com\/p\/CAnZX_7FqsR\/ What are your thoughts on Monk and his cute little vampire-like teeth? Share your reactions in the comments section below.