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Blind Cat Rescue
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Approximate Age (As of 2017): 11-12 years Breed: Domestic Short Hair Status: Seeing Date Arrived: 2007 Arrival Location: North Carolina
Camille was found inside of a taped up box that had been left at the gate of a shelter near us. She had a terrible eye infection and they thought she was, or would be, visually impaired so they asked us to take her. When she came to us she was very friendly just sick. We initially agreed that she did appear blind and it looked like her eyes needed removal they were so damaged/infected. We put  her on antibiotics though and she made a full recovery, not ending up blind after all. Obviously, though we are a blind cat rescue, just because she ended up being able to see did not mean we were going to make her go elsewhere, especially after being left so cruelly. It’s now been over 10 years since she came to BCR and she is a happy, sweet, and friendly girl. She loves attention and relaxing with the other cats.
You may watch her Live 24 hours a day on her MeShare Camera.  She is in House 1, room 2.
Sponsored by Susan - Thank you! Sponsored by Lynn - Thank you! Sponsored by Jole - Thank you! Sponsored by Felicity - Thank you!
Camille
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Approximate Age (As of 2017): 11-12 years Breed: Domestic Short Hair Status: Seeing Date Arrived: 2007 Arrival Location: North Carolina
Camille was found inside of a taped up box that had been left at the gate of a shelter near us. She had a terrible eye infection and they thought she was, or would be, visually impaired so they asked us to take her. When she came to us she was very friendly just sick. We initially agreed that she did appear blind and it looked like her eyes needed removal they were so damaged/infected. We put  her on antibiotics though and she made a full recovery, not ending up blind after all. Obviously, though we are a blind cat rescue, just because she ended up being able to see did not mean we were going to make her go elsewhere, especially after being left so cruelly. It’s now been over 10 years since she came to BCR and she is a happy, sweet, and friendly girl. She loves attention and relaxing with the other cats.
You may watch her Live 24 hours a day on her MeShare Camera.  She is in House 1, room 2.
Sponsored by Susan - Thank you! Sponsored by Lynn - Thank you! Sponsored by Jole - Thank you! Sponsored by Felicity - Thank you!