When we think about adopting cats with disabilities and special needs we get puzzled faces.People start to think about additional care, vet costs, obstacles followed by more obstacles. But you couldn't be more wrong. They bring greater joy than expected. Children and pets with special needs often have other special gifts and remind us not to take simple routines, little things for granted.
This is the case of Fritz, a beautiful and loving 6 month old cat who lost 10% of his vision due to an eye infection caused by some monsters who poisoned him with antifreeze at the trailer park he used to live. He was rescued along with her sister Fran by Cassandra Catraya.
Fritz had to go through a long process of medicated drops to recover from this horrible poisoning, but this brave angel was more than cooperative through the whole thing. And maybe you think that after all he has been through he would be scared of people and other cats. Well, that's not the case. In the Adoption center where he is, he can be seen playing with other cats and being affectionate with everyone who holds him.
This story with a difficult beginning deserves a happy ending. Fritz deserves the opportunity to be part of a loving home where he can be the normal cat that he is and receive all the care and affection he deserves. He has a lot to give and live.
Anyone interested in adopting Fritz and providing a permanent home can email Cassandra Catraya at email@example.com.
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