HomeAnimal RescueBlind mother cat and earless son living outside seek new understanding home

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Blind mother cat and earless son living outside seek new understanding home — 4 Comments

  1. I pray the people have the good judgement to keep Rachel and Ross together. I guarantee that Ross is Rachel’s “seeing-eye” cat. They are both beautiful.

  2. Oh wow, if I were near I’d drive almost any distance to adopt them. I had a white cat who was deaf, knew a neighbor white cat who had ear cancer and removed ears, and I’ve been wanting to adopt a blind cat. I’m good with challenged cats. Everyone would always explain “What the hell is that?!” when they saw the earless neighbor cat… funny. Yes, white cats who spend time outdoors do get damaged ears.

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