And be sure to introduce the new kid slowly.
On Sep 23, 2014, at 12:06 PM, Grace Mifsud wrote:

> Hi 
> I have homed a few blind shoud not be a problem giving this blind cat 
> a home you just have to put litter,food water always in the same place.they 
> will get so used to the house you will some times think they are not blind. 
> Grace
> "Katherine K." <> wrote:
> Does anyone have experience with a blind FeLV+ cat? There is one near me who 
> needs a home, so I am considering him. I think he is about 1-2 years old. I 
> believe his blindness comes from a viral infection. I do not have stairs in 
> my home, and I have been told he is littertrained. I plan to start him out in 
> one room. 
> I'm also concerned about stressing my 12 yo positive cat. He likes other 
> cats, but I don't know how sensitive his immune system will be to a change in 
> the household and would hate to cause him to have a health relapse due to 
> introducing a new cat. On the other hand, I know how hard it is to rehome a 
> positive cat, and since I already have a positive household, I feel like I 
> should be open to helping other positives. 
> Katherine
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