CONTACT: "Trudi" <[email protected]> or sherry 610/618-0555

She was found nearby by someone who didn't want to keep her but at least he was kind enough to take her to the vet's. The vet called my daughter (as I understand it) who went and got her thinking The Blind Cat Sanctuary would take her. They said no. My daughter has absolutely no room in her home (she rescues). I have a full house since I still have fosters from years ago who were never adopted. She seems to be able to adjust. As long as she gets her food, she is happy!

The cat has tested negative, is declawed and blind and almost deaf and has thyroid problems for which she will be supplied her meds for free from Wellington Vet. Any questions, please contact me or Sherry (I'm Trudi).