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Charity
When she arrived
Getting better
A cute video of her playing
6/2014  Charity came to us from a local rescue.  They received a phone call from a man stating  he had a cat on his front porch, he hated cats and demanded someone come get it.  Lucky for this little girl,  they did.  They called us for advice because she was very sick and they had never dealt with a cat that had her problems.  One eye had ruptured,  the other one was bulging out of her head.  I told them to immediately bring me the kitten. We immediately got her on antibiotics and to the vet.  The second eye also ruptured at the vet’s office.   She is feeling so much better,  playing and acting like a normal kitten. Once she gets a bit bigger she will be spayed and her eyes closed up to prevent infection. 8/2014  She has had her eyes done, and been spayed.  She is doing great! You may watch her live on Saturday on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue She is a wheel runner
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Charity
When she arrived
A cute video of her playing
6/2014  Charity came to us from a local rescue.  They received a phone call from a man stating  he had a cat on his front porch, he hated cats and demanded someone come get it.  Lucky for this little girl,  they did.  They called us for advice because she was very sick and they had never dealt with a cat that had her problems.  One eye had ruptured,  the other one was bulging out of her head.  I told them to immediately bring me the kitten. We immediately got her on antibiotics and to the vet.  The second eye also ruptured at the vet’s office.   She is feeling so much better,  playing and acting like a normal kitten.  Once she gets a bit bigger she will be spayed and her eyes closed up to prevent infection. 8/2014  She has had her eyes done, and been spayed.  She is doing great! You may watch her live on Saturday on http://ustream.tv/blindcatrescue   Sponsored by Patricia - Thank you!
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