Justice the Blind Kitten is Saved by a Good Samaritan

Justice the Blind Kitten

Little Justice was found in a ditch all alone at 8 weeks old. Her vets think she was born blind but she doesn’t let it get her down. She was saved from the ditch by a good Samaritan and was taken in by Colonial Heights Shelter in Colonial Heights, VA. Colonial Heights Shelter networked Justice online and she was rescued by St Francis Humane Association, where she is currently in foster care.

The shelter had this to say: “This fluffy little 8 week old female tortie is blind and needs a special home that can take care of her. She gets around just fine once she knows the environment. The vet said she was born blind. She is currently on oral antibiotics and eye drops. She obviously MUST be an indoor-only pet.”

We here at Kittentoob couldn’t be happier for Justice and the fact that she’s in good care right now.  Hopefully someone in the Colonial Heights area will have as a good a heart as that good Samaritan did in saving her.   We’re sure there are good folks out there who will give Justice a home soon enough.

Thanks to Life with Cats for the pic.

 


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