I am already spayed.
Cora - VIDEOS's Story...
Cora came from a home that didn't care for her very much. Then they simply left her behind when they moved. A neighbour came to her rescue and this dainty cat found her way to Katie's Place. She must have been thrilled to find herself among people who were kind and loving toward her. She's a quiet little cat but she responded enthusiastically when she got some pets. Although she's not thrilled about having a lot of feline roommates, she's well-behaved with them. She's a gorgeous, gentle, friendly cat who loves being cuddled. She was left with an eye problem and bad skin, which were addressed in her new-cat vet check. (Any treatment she needs, she'll have.) Her skin is fine now. Other than a very round belly which we thought might be worms, she seemed to be in good overall condition! (Her belly is still very round but she's not fat and she has no medical problem. Our vet determined that she just has lax abdominal muscles.)
Cora's eye problem couldn't be cured in the end and she lost the sight in both eyes. She has glaucoma. She doesn't need medication for it. There's no specific reason for it, ie. her blood work revealed nothing that would cause problems. It's just bad luck. Cora can lead a very full and happy life though sightless. Cats are not nearly so dependent on their vision as humans are. Right now, in a shelter communal room, she can get unnerved by other cats when she gets close to them before she realizes they're there. In a proper home, she will flourish. She may have lost her sight but not her capacity for love and happiness! She should be an indoor cat for her own protection. But as long as you don't move the furniture around every week, you will never notice that she can't see. Scent, hearing and whiskers provide all the information she needs to get around.
Cora was born around the beginning of 2000.