blind kittens have homes

We have a happy update on the story we brought to you last month about the 10 kittens that came to us from a partner shelter across the state. As you may recall, these 10 kittens had an assortment of eye issues and two of the kittens had to have both eyes removed. Two other kittens eventually lost one eye each and all of the kittens except one have some type of permanent vision loss.

Seven of these kittens – including the two who lost both eyes – are now in permanent homes. The remaining 3 kittens are still being treated for upper respiratory infections, which can sometimes take a while to resolve.

Donations to our STAR (Special Treatment And Recovery) fund make it possible to treat these kittens. Thank you to all of you who donated to replenish this fund. The STAR fund means the difference between life and death for animals with medical conditions. It means the difference between suffering and freedom from pain and misery. Our STAR fund still needs donations so that we can help the next animal who needs are help. Please donate!