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The happy ending story of an earless deaf cat and a woman who suffers from severe anxiety — 6 Comments

  1. We have Sealy with the missing ear and some brain damage and Cassie with a deformed paw. When Cassie was spayed I asked the vet what he thinks happened with her paw and he said “it just ain’t right.” We have to cut her claw every 2 weeks or it tries to grow into the paw bed. We also had a deaf cat who went for adoption several years ago. Sealy was always the amazing one. Through everything, his appetite is what kept him alive. That cat can STILL put away some food!

  2. Otitis is beautiful to me too.
    I’ve had quite a few disabled cats.
    Through them, I learned that the quality of life can’t be measured by those things that we don’t have, but those that we do have.
    I’m attempting to show my very tiny paraplegic kitten that I had found and persevered in spite of not having the use of her legs.

  3. I love disabled cats! Not sure why. I also love happy ending stories. And I love it when a human gets real benefit from their cat companion. Thanks Elisa.

  4. Love this story but find his name (meaning ‘ear inflammation’) ironic & not the happiest possible choice. Maybe simply ‘Titus’ would be better.

    • I have a cat the shelter named Oozy after an oozing abscess he came in with. The name stuck. I wonder whether she calls him Titus for short 🙂

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