Weber is one of those cats lucky just to be alive. She was rescued from a small crawl space under a house after the family had heard a kitten crying for quite some time. She was weak and starved and dehydrated, but she was a fighter! And yes, her eyes really do look like that. She doesn't see well, and for that reason, it would be best if she was in a home where she was the only cat, or maybe have one other feline friend who's laid back and mellow. She had Dystichia, a condition where the eyelashes grow on the inside of the eyelid. She had surgery to correct this and can see some out of that eye. Her right eye is not the best either. The eye drifts up and to the right and she most likely sees blurry out of that eye at best. But she is still a beautiful little thing in our eyes! She is extremely shy and would likely hide if you came to visit her. We do believe that if you are willing to give her time and patience that she would be a great addition to a quiet home. If you are interested in adopting one of our wonderful cats or kittens, you can apply on our website: http://www.commcat.org . Please allow several days for us to process your application. We are a small, all-volunteer group and we are doing our best to work quickly! After the application is processed we will make arrangements for you to meet the cats that interest you. All of our cats and kittens are raised in our homes and live with us until they are adopted. They live with us as part of our families so we know them very well and we can help you find your perfect cat! Cats are rarely caged (only if its medically necessary) so you can visit with them and see how they act in a home. Our adoption fees are $50 for adult cats, $85 for kittens under one year, and double the love with two adult cats for $85. All cats are spayed or neutered, dewormed, vaccinated for rabies and distemper, tested for FIV and FeLV (feline leukemia), and microchipped.
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