J. T. is a sweet male orange 3 month old (as of early October) tabby. He was rescued when he was about a month old with a 'ball' coming out of his left eye that would bleed frequently and he had lost vision in that eye. He had to wait until he was 3 months old to have surgery which has just been completed. His stitches will be removed very soon. Animals with one eye do not seem to be handicapped with respect to their vision, their mobility, or their ability to function. Animals with one eye usually behave in a completely normal fashion. J.T. is a normal little boy who plays and runs just like any other lively kitten. He has a sweet and gentle personality and prefers gentle playmates. J. T. likes to be petted and held. He is a happy friendly cat who will be a wonderful companion. TO LEARN MORE ABOUT HIM, PLEASE CONTACT HIS FOSTER MOM, MARSHA, AT (954) 544-0803.
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