Thank you for your kindness, your replies and your counsel of experience.
I woke up this morning much calmer for your presence.
peace, prosperity, health and laughter


> Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2012 07:22:39 -0400
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> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] off topic - - removing kitten's eye
> > Briefly I chose to "foster" 3 kittens with significant conjunctivitis from
> > the local pound about 2 weeks and 2 days ago. That was on a Saturday. I
> > knew come Monday they would be killed. I have spent significant $ of my $
> > by choice..................
> I have been doing rescue work for 35 years and I've seen many eyes that
> were severely infected. Having one eye doesn't seem to affect their
> ability to get adopted, in fact people often feel they want to help cats
> with one eye or minus a leg. My neighbor just adopted a totally blind
> cat. I couldn't get her to take one of mine (I have way too many cats)
> but she adopted this blind cat from the vet's office!
> I still have a cat who is blind in one eye and another with chronic
> herpes infection. His eyes must be wiped out every day to keep them
> from being goopy. They are permanent cats at our home. There is no
> cure for the virus as antibiotics have been tried, but will not work
> on viral infections only bacterial infections.
> Lorrie
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