Six month old blind Siamese sealpoint kitten. Healthy, very sweet and loving and little baby. Quite active. Due to his blindness, his other senses, especially hearing, are more pronounced. Because of this, He would do best in a quiet adult home as loud noises will scare him. Since he is so young, he will with a lot of patience learn to easily adjust to his new home and find his food and litter. Ray Ray is FIV +, but he will live a healthy long life. To quote from a famous book, Homer’s Odyssey, “love isn’t something you see with your eyes”. Ray Ray is neutered, vaccinated, tested for feline leukemia and feline aids, and is microchipped. If interested please call 321-614-1590 or email email@example.com
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