North Texas Cat Rescue P.O Box 1504 McKinney, TX 75070 214.454.9395 www.northtexascatrescue.com
Meet Navarre! He's one of the sweetest, happiest cats you'll ever meet. He needed lots of medical care and TLC to survive and get to where he is now. He came to us from a shelter in Louisiana. He'd been trapped and left in the trap for more than 24 hours. His face was very banged up because of this...naturally, he tried to escape his tiny prison, which he was left in for far too long. He had a very bad upper respiratory infection by the time he came to us. He required a feeding tube and numerous medications to recover. Yes, he looks "odd" to most; however, he has what's known as eyelid agenesis. It's a birth defect where the eyelids do not form properly. He's been to a specialist and has been on several rounds of eye medications to help clear up infections. The specialist did NOT recommend surgery or believe that Navarre needed surgery for his eyelids. Navarre has early/immature cataracts, these are likely congenital and do not bother him. He sees very well given these "issues." He's his foster mom's "lovable gremlin." If you're interested in meeting or adopting Navarre, please fill out an application and his foster mom will be in touch!
Please contact NTCR AT 214.454.9395 should you have any concerns or questions.
Please note: We appreciate all interest in our cats and kittens, but we are an all volunteer organization. Please be patient with regard to a call back. Should you need to surrender the cat you adopted from NTCR , contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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