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Pets with Disabilities by Carli Davidson
Carli wanted “to create a project showcasing differently abled pets and telling their stories in order to show the world that they are happy, thriving companions. They are not sad, they are not in pain, and the owners and animals continue to be a great value to one another”. The best one is the story of the blind chihuahua, who uses his pal, the Pug, as his own seeing eye dog.
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This is Lenox! As you can see he is a very special kitty! He is in Boca Raton, Florida with his brother and they deserve the comfort and security of loving people and a forever home.
Lenox is a young cat who is blind. Absolutely scrumptious little guy, plays, uses the litter box and comes when called. He chases balls, eats up a storm, climbs, tumbles with other cats and you would never ever suspect he could not see. He goes non-stop - he has so much energy. It is hard to believe he is blind and how his senses compensate for his loss of sight. Lenox has had surgery to remove his eyes, so there will be no need to worry about infections. Lenox also has a brother, Diamond, who also needed to have one eye removed. Lenox and Diamond were adopted together and dearly loved by a very nice young man. Unfortunately he lost his job and had to move back with his family up north and so these darling boys are available for adoption again. Lenox and Diamond must be adopted together. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THEM, PLEASE CONTACT THEIR FRIEND, DEBBIE AT FineLine354@aol.com.
Here is Lenox’s brother, Diamond:
No doubt, a very handsome fellow as well!
Diamond is a darling grey tabby male cat. Diamond needed to have one eye removed for avoid future infections. You might think he is suffering, but he is a perfectly rambunctious, happy fellow. He runs, jumps, plays with toys and other cats and dogs. Dogs and cats are no problem to Diamond, he can handle them on his own. Diamond has a brother, Lenox, who is blind because he needed surgery to remove both his eyes. Lenox and Diamond were adopted together and dearly loved by a very nice young man. Unfortunately he lost his job and had to move back with his family up north and so these darling boys are available for adoption again. Lenox and Diamond must be adopted together.
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Estimated birth date 9/07 Seal point mix
Sky is FIV positive and looking for his forever home. He is currently being fostered in Miami, Florida.
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Hamilton is a year or so old, and is friendly, energetic, and housebroken. He does need a little work with leash training. Neutered!!!
Hamilton is located in Sidney, New York
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Speaking of black cats, let’s start on that note!
It’s difficult to find a white hair on Holly, as she’s always dressed in her best frock—basic black. She’s a dedicated lap cat, but she still occassionaly allows her diva side to come forth. It takes an understanding heart to quietly allow her time to once again tuck the diva part of her character to sleep. Is it nurture or nature? We’re not sure as Holly cannot speak of what transpired before she arrived at her foster guardian’s door very hungry. One thing is for sure, she’ll always have a purr ready to go and always welcomes a lap to cuddle upon.
Holly’s a (Vacaville,) California girl, who is looking for a forever home preferably without young children!