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Elene N.

Posted on March 8, 2009

Sparrow was a "Save a Life" cat from the Watertown Animal Hospital - they have this wonderful program where they save animals, and adopt them to the public. She was found on the street severly emaciated and with an infection in her eye. They could … more ›
Allison L.

Posted on February 2, 2009 | 1

Because the way it's written is ambiguous... it could also be a group for one-eyed people who have cats. :)
Leticia S.

Posted on January 17, 2009

Although Maggie has 1 eye, it's sightless. Our vet found Maggie and her siblings at a local marina. They all had eye infections and she managed to cure everyone except Maggie who had the worst infection. One eye couldn't be saved and Maggie then went… more ›
Allison L.

Posted on January 16, 2009

We got Nip from a rescue group when he was 9 months old. We were told he had had an upper respiratory infection when he was a kitten, which spread to his eyes, and one eye had to be removed. His remaining eye is cloudy because blood vessels have gr… more ›
Suzanne R.

Posted on January 14, 2009 | 1

Leo joined the ranks of the monocular after he was diagnosed with melanoma of the iris, a type of cancer that usually spreads within 1 to 3 years. It was a difficult decision to have his eye removed (since the diagnosis could only be confirmed by mic… more ›
donna w.

Posted on October 29, 2008

Brighty is my one-eyed, and three-legged cat. I adopted her long after the accident that claimed her body parts. She doesn't seem too handicapped by her condition. She plays and runs the house, climbs stairs, and jumps on the furniture. About t… more ›
Brian K.

Posted on October 22, 2008 | 1

Treasure was found in a trailer park with her three brothers. They were all very young, dirty, and cute. They were brought into my girlfriend's shelter and Treasure had a very infected left eye. It was basically mush and had to be removed. We end… more ›

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