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Is My Cat Blind? — 7 Comments

  1. I suspect JD is a troll, in every sense of the word. JD would seem to gain excitement and kicks from distressing others with cruel posts about inhumane behavior. JD craves a reaction. Don’t provide it.

  2. April 1985 we adopted a kitten for a friend but that friend had been adopted out by a momma cat with kittens. As cat lovers/rescuers/helpers decision was made to adopt the young kitten, named Snuggles, a lover & hunter. Our male Russian Blue about 7 yrs old quickly adopted her. March 1990 we moved to a smaller town, Snugles & our senior Tortie moved with us during 2 separate trips. Our Tortie took the 2 hr trip very well, she decided nap till her owners reached their new home. Following trip Snugles came along, she absolutely made the trip memorable by her sheer screaming for 2 hrs. October 1996 a friend of our son “Carmen, what’s wrong with Snuggles eyes, they’re huge ? I called our vet & few minutes later were on route to have her eyes checked. Less than half hour later Dr Sugasky told us that Snuggles had a high degree of Glaucoma & would be blind in a very short time. She knew exactly where cat door was, never had an accident inside the house. A great hunter. Very territorial she would fight off large males that entered our property & climb up on the roof for better protection. She died peacefully in her sleep underneath her masters dining room chair close to 20 yrs old. Her picture sits on our mantle along the family.
    Southeast Arizona (USA)

  3. Another obvious cause is some disrespectful and irresponsible pet-owner let their cat roam free. A neighbor who got fed-up with their cat destroying their property and animals aimed a high-powered pocket-laser laser into the eyes of their cat.

    If blinded in one eye a cat will lose depth-perception and no longer be able to capture wildlife as easily. The wandering cat otherwise senselessly destroying all valuable native wildlife if both eyes are functioning properly. If a cat is blinded by a laser in both eyes the cat will stay home where it belonged in the first place. Plus the owner can still show it all the affection it ever needed and wanted, only more now because the cat is finally staying home where it belonged to begin with. A win-win situation for everyone, cat and wildlife included.

    Blinding cats with high-power pocket-lasers is quite a popular method today to train someone’s cat to stay home where it belongs. Completely anonymous 99.99% of the time, inexpensive, silent, instant, and completely painless; even more pain-free and humane than having a cat declawed, spayed, or neutered.

    Is YOUR cat not blind yet? Keep it home while it still has its eyesight! Simple as that.

      • I hadn’t seen this article! How very cruel Woody is, only the most depraved sick in the mind person would think about deliberately blinding living creatures!
        Leanne I would gladly hold this scumbag down while you shone a laser beam into his eyes.
        I agree with Michael, he is a sh*t and a coward and has nothing better to do than look for places to vent his spite and hatred.

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