Kes is shy, but improving since she arrived here at the Sanctuary. Born in spring of 2015, she's had a rough go in her short little life. She was hit by a car and came here via a vet clinic. The damage to her right eye from the accident was too severe, and the eye was removed. She was a very cooperative patient and she has recovered well. Not surprisingly, she's a bit shy, but she's learning to trust people and will let us pet her. She's also gaining confidence with the other cats. She's had no medical problems since surgery, and she's ready to go to a home where she can be pampered.
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