I canít take total credit for the blind kitties. Iíve had a lot of help. Esp my friends
Lee and Anna who have done miracles in spending time helping me socializing
them from being scared, sick, in pain cats to pain free, confident, well adjusted
cats. So many people jumped in to help them. It was truly amazing. I had no
idea what I was getting myself into
and the cost and amount of effort.
I blindly (pun intended) went with my gut feelings that I had to help them.
Its been like a mini miracle.
I really want them to have a forever home of their own. Their own devoted
family. Being at my house, with the revolving door of fosters, you have to
split time with each cat to help them.
They have attained mini celebrity status in our small bedroom community.
Everyone comes to our farmerís market booth and asks about them. Its a
bit frustrating because no one has stepped forward to adopt them. I
know they think they will be expensive and a lot of work like they are
helpless. When in fact they are less trouble than my sighted fosters!
They donít jump up & open doors, or door dash outside, or jump from my couch
the top of my grandfather clock
, or walk on counters like my
sighted rascals do! They are totally healthy now and not expensive
except to buy litter and quality cat food!