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Kringle was rescued 6 days before Christmas 2013. A local rescue group was doing TNR (trap-neuter-release) of a feral cat colony in Marion County when they discovered Kringle underneath an abandoned trailer. She was tangled in a roll of barbed wire and both of her eyes had been badly damaged. They had to get wire cutters to get her free because there was no way to remove the wire without pain. She had to have both eyes removed in surgery but adapted well to being blind in a loving foster home. She was adopted in 2014 and now the adopter plans to return her due to lifestyle changes. We are hoping to find this special girl a new foster home or adoptive home before she has to be returned.
Kringle is a beautiful manx tabby girl that was born October 26, 2013. She has a tiny "nub" for a tail. She has no problem finding the food or the litter box. She can even jump onto the furniture and loves to play with cat toys. She has been the only cat in her home for over 2 years but tolerated a cat in the past when she was in a foster home. She would prefer to be an only cat but as long as the other cats in the home did not bully her, she will adapt fine with time. She has also learned to "meow" before entering a room to let everyone know "here I am...where are you?" She prefers it if you answer her back and be sure to tell her you are there before petting her:)
Because Kringle is completely blind, we want her to go to a calm home where the family is settled without plans of moving. She needs a stable environment without a lot of change so she can learn the layout of the home and the furniture. She is an independent girl and likes attention on her own terms, but is very content to keep herself entertained with toys and sounds. If you would like to meet Kringle, please fill out the application below first.
To read more tips on how to care for a blind cat please go to www.blindcats.com.
The adoption fee is $50 which includes a free veterinary exam within 2 weeks of adoption at local participating vets, up to date vaccinations, FELV/FIV test, deworming, flea treatment, microchip, and spay or neuter.
If you are interested in this pet, please fill out our online adoption application.
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Visit our website at www.petplacementcenter.com.