Monday, April 25, 2011


A request from Bekah Wilcox to cat lovers:
VERY SPECIAL vision impaired kittens for adoption!
For Adoption: Bonnie and Clyde
5 Month Old Vision Impaired Kittens
Brooklyn, NY

Meet Bonnie and Clyde, the two most loving, gentle kittens you'll ever encounter. They were found living on the street with severe infections that caused irreversible damage to their eyes. Clyde's eyes were so bad that both had to be removed and he is 100% blind. Bonnie was luckier to keep both eyes, and some of her vision. Her eyes have improved since her rescue and may continue, to some extent, but she will always have cloudiness that affects her sight.

Some people may call these kittens "special needs" but they require no special care. Cats are highly adaptable and this pair does not know what it's like to have fully functioning eyes. Blind cats, like people, develop heightened senses of smell, sound and touch. They "see" not with their eyes but with their whiskers. Watching a blind cat navigate around a home is nothing short of awe inspiring as they wind their way around the couch and between the chair legs of the dining room table to their bowl of food, without taking so much as one wrong step!

Please consider opening your heart and home to these amazing creatures, they will change your outlook on life!

Bonnie and Clyde are about 5 months old, spayed/neutered, negative for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS, and free of parasites. Adoption application and fee apply, serious inquiries only!

For more information contact Bekah Wilcox at: bekah.w [at]