We just heard from Wyatt! His mom reports that he is doing great. Gets along and loves his sister Luna. They inseparable! The hair has grown back in the eye area in where he had his eye enucleation. His eyesight is terrific: He can chase toys and his sister, up and down, without losing sight, literally… ahem ..no pun intended!
Original post ~ February 22, 2017 by ShaeBug
Wyatt came to Cats Exclusive on a Wednesday, my day off. The clinic and adoption center are closed and I am off-duty. A lady kept tapping the glass and woke me up from my second mid-morning nap….yawnnnn.
I asked the Hooman in charge go to see what was this all about. The lady outside was carrying some sort of of furryish thing, white and buff fur sticking out. Ummm.. a sweater? another blanket for me to sleep in?
Nope…a furry cute little kitten? YESSS…but, but, but he needed help!
One of his eyes was severely injured. The lady that found him had no idea what had happened to his eye. He was admitted to our clinic and examined by Dr. Grabowski. Unfortunately, his eye could not be saved. His injury was old and the eye needed to be removed. His surgery was scheduled and he did great!
A few days later, another nice lady stopped by the center after seeing him on Facebook. It was love at first sight (ummm…). She Facetime her family and everybody loved him. However, He is too young to go to his new home and his eye needs to heal completely. It worked out great, his new mommy visits him every day until the happy day he goes home arrives…
Awww, what a happy story, makes me want to purrrrrr…. purrrrrr…. purrrrrr….
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