For cats with disabilities, they often do not know that they are any different from any other cat. A cat with special needs can be just as curious, playful, and loving as any other cat can be. For Moet the Blind Cat, she was born in the country of Oman and her start at life was certainly not a good one. She found herself stuffed in a wire cage with other kittens inside a lonely pet store. And one by one she was picked over, the other kittens leaving her side. Quickly, she became ill with the cat flu, and the infection spread to her eyes. All alone and utterly neglected, she fell sicker by the day. This pretty little white Persian kitten needed someone to save her, and fast.
Thankfully Al Qurum Veterinary Clinic in Muscat, Oman caught wind of her plight. They were able to save her, but not her eyes. Emergency surgery was performed to remove her eyes which were badly infected. Six days later, Moet’s life changed forever. She heard the soft voice of a woman, and it helped to bring her out of her shell. Until then, she’d never known just how kind humans can be. Moet was smitten with this woman, and flipped over for a belly rub. Emily, the woman who instantly fell in love with Moet, knew that with her is where she belonged—forever. And that’s where she’s been ever since September of 2014.
Everyone, Meet Moet the Blind Cat, a sweet girl who was neglected and abused, but now is living out the very best of her remaining nine lives.
I caught up with Emily, and asked her a few questions about this gorgeous girl whose face will make yours smile.
What is Moet’s personality like?
What’s something special you’d like people to know about Moet?
Does she have any cat housemates at home?
Her coat is gorgeous! Does she need extra help staying pretty?
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