Marge
2008 Marge was rescued by Jennifer along with Shelly, Homer & Clementine. Marge came from a breeder who wasn’t able to sell her because she didn’t “meet breed standards”. She came with a very bad infection.  Both eyes were full of pus and swollen.  She was diagnosed with a viral herpes infection.  After about a month  of treatment she had to have her right eye removed because it was bulging and painful.  She has always been a  very sweet, playful little girl.  If you drag something noisy in front of her, she will bat at it and catch it  with her paw. Jennifer discovered quickly how hard it is to find a home for blind cats in Texas.  The shelters all said they would kill them.  She put them on a plane and flew them to us. Marge is a very nice lady who has become much friendly as she has gotten older. 7/29/10  We took Marge for her normal checkup and dental and were horrified to discover she had a strange growth in her mouth.  The vet removed the growths and the biopsy showed they were benign.  While she was there she removed her remaining eye.  It was weepy and infected. We felt it would make her more comfortable to  it since she had no sight in it. Sponsored by Erika - Thank you! Sponsored by Sherry - Thank you! Sponsored by Karen - Thank you! Sponsored by Robert - Thank you!
Marge with her Sponsor Erika After her eye surgery
With her sponsor Erika
After surgery
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Marge and her sponsor Sherry
Marge
2008 Marge was rescued by Jennifer along with Shelly, Homer & Clementine. Marge came from a breeder who wasn’t able to sell her because she didn’t “meet breed standards”.   She came with a very bad infection.  Both eyes were full of pus and swollen.  She was diagnosed with a viral herpes infection.  After about a month  of treatment she had to have her right eye removed because it was bulging and painful.  She has always been a  very sweet, playful little girl.  If you drag something noisy in front of her, she will bat at it and catch it  with her paw. Jennifer discovered quickly how hard it is to find a home for blind cats in Texas.  The shelters all said they would kill them.  She put them on a plane and flew them to us. Marge is a very nice lady who has become much friendly as she has gotten older. 7/29/10  We took Marge for her normal checkup and dental and were horrified to discover she had a strange growth in her mouth.  The vet removed the growths and the biopsy showed they were benign.  While she was there she removed her remaining eye.  It was weepy and infected. We felt it would make her more comfortable to  it since she had no sight i n it.  Sponsored by Robert - Thank you! Sponsored by Douglas - Thank you! Sponsored by Sherry - Thank you! Sponsored by Karen - Thank you!
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