Nyx on the couch

Update on blind kitty

I was recently doing a search on the old news clip of my kitty & found that you did a story on her. Let me review, about two years ago the humane society had a 4 week old kitten come in that had no eyes. Dr. Tim Gintz at Pacific Ave. Animal Hospital donated his services to remove her tear ducts & colse her eye lids. She was at the hospital for 1 month, due to an infection she had to overcome before surgery was safe...all I needed was to see her once and I fell in love with her! You see, I am a licensed veterinary technician working at the hospital. So, I adopted her. After her surgery and she was about ready to come home with me I insisted on taking some x-rays to make sure her infection was gone...we found another birth defect, she has scoliosis! Well, I took her home and I am happy to report that she is doing great! Her name is Nyx (after the god of night) and she lives happily with me, my fiance and she has a bother and sister (cats as well) that she gets along great with. She plays with toys, eats like a pig, get up and down off the 6 foot scratching post and moves around the house with no problems. I don't care if you decide to tell her story or not, I just thought that those who knew her of her story would like an update. She is my angel and happy to report that she is doing great & that she is a true inspiration; no matter any challenges given you in life, you can find a way to live through them.

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Tiny says ... on Saturday, Feb 21 at 10:05 AM

My Praise to you as it was tough enough to raise a deaf cat myself. Her Mom tossed her at 2 weeks being a farm cat and we eye dropper fed her until healthy.

Joene Peel says ... on Thursday, Feb 12 at 10:41 PM

You're kitty is very lucky to have found you and YOU will be the luckiest person to have found her.A year ago today, I had to have my best friend Sammie put to sleep. She was 12 and had been blind since she was 3 months old..She was amazing!

Peter says ... on Wednesday, Jan 21 at 2:36 PM

Thanks for the update... That is a very special cat..

chris says ... on Sunday, Jan 18 at 9:36 AM

need more people like you in this world

Gale Wangerin--Ft. Denaud, FL says ... on Sunday, Jan 18 at 8:52 AM

Because of birth defects I had a cat that was both deaf and blind. My cat lived to be 12 years old and many of my friends never realized my cat was deaf and blind until I told them of his birth defects--they thought he was a normal cat.

Shane Benner says ... on Saturday, Jan 17 at 6:06 PM

That cat is very lucky to have you!!!

Amy says ... on Saturday, Jan 17 at 10:15 AM

Oh what a cute kitty! I am so happy you gave her a home. I remember her original story and it was hard not to fall in love with her.

Dianna says ... on Friday, Jan 16 at 3:05 PM

What a lovely story! She is very lucky to have found you.

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