While doing Trap, Neuter and Return of feral cats, we noticed that this girl wasnt like the others, she appeared to lead with her nose. Then it hit us, she was blind and on the streets! We were able to trap her and bring her to safety but found out that she is also Feline Leukemia positive. We knew this little girl could not go back on the streets so she came to live in our Feline Leukemia cottage. Most people will not adopt a cat with this because they do have a short life expectancy so we built an amazing cottage for them with a screened in porch and lots of room. Of course, if anyone would like to adopt Colbie, we would gladly give you more info. Colbie would also appreciate a sponsor if you cannot adopt. Colbie, girl, born approx 2012
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