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Patches is spayed, UTD on vaccines and tested negative for FIV/FeLV. Approx. DOB is April 2015.
Left eye: Patches had a severe eye infection when she was pulled from a high kill shelter and was taken to the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Levittown for evaluation. The ophthalmologist at VSEC determined that she had a severe corneal ulcer which had ruptured. She performed a procedure where the third eyelid was stitched over her left eye temporarily to help it heal. When the stitch was removed, it showed that the procedure saved her eye AND her vision! She has minor scarring to the cornea, and her 3rd eyelid is slightly bent, but it does not bother her at all! While her left eye still looks a little different than her right, it does not stop her from running, jumping, and playing, and thankfully she still has vision in that eye.
Patches is a sweet, adorable, fun-loving kitten. She enjoys running and playing with the other cats in her foster home. She is a very affectionate kitten who jumps on up her foster mom’s lap to talk to her and to be petted before curling up on her to nap. Every night she falls asleep curled up next to her foster mom in bed. She likes both cat food and human food and often helps her foster mom finish the milk in her cereal bowl in the morning.
If interested in adopting Patches, please fill out an application online at http://nar.rescuegroups.org.