"I'm sweet as candy! Want to be furriends?"
Age: 10 Years Sex: Male
"Nap?? Did someone say naptime??? Purrrrrr!"
"I'm Jellybean, a very special kitty at the Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary. Isn't my tuxedo handsome?"
"Lunch?? Did someone say lunch??? Purrrrrrr!"
"We love our donors and volunteers!"
"I live with my feline family in one of the Sanctuary's cat houses. I'm a very fortunate feline!"
"Happy Fall ~ Have a Ball!"
"A Warm Thanksgiving Day Wish to all of Our Friends, Family, Volunteers & Supporters. You give me so many reasons to be Thankful!"
"Warm Winter Wishes to everyone!" [See My CatsterPlus Photo Book]
Leave a treat for Jellybean
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February 14th 2003
Black and White
Having a safe, caring home!
Jellybean was born blind and mentally handicapped in a feral colony. His rescuers saw there was something not right with this little fellow and contacted their groomer (who happened to be a foster home for the Humane Society) to get some help for him.
Jellybean flew to us from Levenworth, Kansas with the family of one of the HS volunteers who came back from a holiday visit there. We appreciate their help bringing him to us :)
Jellybean is a friendly, but wild little fellow who dances to his own drum.
Jellybean has developed epilepsy. One pill twice a day is keeping it under control. I was really concerned that he was going to be difficult to give his pill, but he is an absolute delight. He takes his medicine like a trooper, and it has made a major change in his wild behavior.
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Marching to My Own Drummer!
The Groups I'm In:
!!!!!!!Rescued Pets!!!!!!!!!, Cookie & Candy Cats, Friends of the Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, We're One-derful!
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
I've Been On Catster Since:
|July 23rd 2008
||More than 4 years!
Rosette, Star and Special Gift History
for 1794 days
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