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Belinda is blind but you would not know it. When we met her, she was sweet and outgoing and came up to greet us. In a new environment (foster mom's home), we quickly noticed how she walked ever so slowly and bumped into items and cautiously jumped down from the bed. Things just seemed very odd. After a visit to a vet specializing in eyes, we have confirmed that she is blind. There are no expected costs associated with this. There is no surgery, medication, or any medica l care that can restore her vision. She will be 2 years old in the summer of 2016. She is current on vaccines and has been spayed. She tested negative for feline leukemia and feline aids.
You will ask yourself, is she really blind? She will look at you and respond as if she sees you but she cannot. She will amaze you with how she plays with a squeekie mouse with accuracy. The best home for Belinda will be a quiet one with no other pets and where furniture is pretty much in its intended spot. She loves to cuddle and play and you will never believe your eyes! Can you see past her blindness like she can? If so, please contact Mary or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope you can look past her limited vision and give her a loving and understanding home.