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"Beautiful roses! Beautiful kitty! Blind cats love sweet smelling roses like these. Please be my furriend?"
Age: 6 Years Sex: Female
"I'm just an itty bitty kitty!"
"Some of our supporters send catnip toys for us to play with. We love them 'cause it's easy for us to locate them and get down to the important work of...PLAYING!"
"Everyone tells me I'm a regal, pretty black kitty. What do you think? Purrrs to you!"
"I wuvs the volunteers!! Our sanctuary depends on donors and wonderful volunteers to keep us happy, safe, and healthy."
"Cat houses at the Sanctuary are the best! I lives here with all my new brofurs and sisfurs!"
"Have Beautiful & Colorful Autumn!"
"May you have warmth, love, and happiness this winter and always!" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
Leave a treat for Serena
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April 1st 2008
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Loving times with our volunteers! And her brofur Jimmy, of course!
Charming everyone who meets her!
Serena and her brother Jimmy again show sometimes it takes a village to help the little blind ones.
Serena & Jimmy come from a hoarding situation by a well meaning elderly gentleman. He was feeding all the local strays but did not get anyone fixed, and of course, they kept reproducing.
Someone finally got involved and put out a call for help and reached a wonderful rescuer that had no idea what she had really walked into. This gentleman probably had 50 or so cats and many litters of kittens at the time. Many of the kittens were sick.
Serena and her brother had their eyes bulging out of their heads and rupturing. Before she treated them, she wanted to make sure that they had some place safe to go. She asked us to take them. Once we agreed, she got their eyes removed, put them on needed medications, and found another wonderful volunteer to drive them down to us from the Washington, DC area.
They are the calmest little kittens I have ever met. They love to play with each other and are friendly, but so quiet and calm.
Had we not agreed to take them they would have been euthanized.
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Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary was started to answer the need for a safe place for blind cats that were deemed unadoptable by regular shelters and were going to be killed just because they are blind.
We are a registered non profit with the state of North Carolina. There are no paid employees, only volunteers, so all contributions go directly to the kitties.
Rescue is about restoring hope and dignity to creatures for whom no one else cares about. We are but humble vessels to help these magnificent creatures find their forever homes. The responsibility is big but the returns on our emotional investment are greater. You cannot place a value on the look of contentment that comes when an animal is clean, exercised, warm, fed and safe for the first time in its life.
Please visit our website at www.blindcatrescue.com to find out more and learn how you can help.
"Life is either a daring adventure or nothing." Helen Keller
A Million Purrs to the Ratherbee Catnip Company for donating 120 catnip toys to the blind cats! You are the very best!!!!
Rather Bee Catnip Company
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|July 22nd 2008
||More than 6 years!
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