Family brings home a blind cat. And he keeps surprise attacking everyone.

You have done a truly brilliant thing in taking on Rudy because every animal deserves love but not everyone gives it too them because they want a ‘perfect ‘ designer dog or expensive pedigree cat. It’s unbelievable how he finds his surroundings. Really sorry to hear about Moby- such a lovely dog. What an animal family you have.I live with my daughter who has 4 cats. Two have no physical disabilities, one was born with dwarfism, essentially born blind, the fourth was rescued from the streets by a local law enforcement officer. He had a sever upper respiratory infection and both eyes infected. One eye had be be surgically removed, the other is badly scared but allows him to see a little bit. When I saw him at the shelter, I told the officer that my daughter was going to want him. The next day she adopted him. We thought we were helping him, we didn’t know we needed him. He has blessed us so very much!!It’s remarkable to see how well Rudy functions without sight. Imagine losing a game of hide-and-go-seek to a BLIND cat! He’s a joy to watch.Normally I cry when I see these vids about disabled pets finding their perfect home, but this kitty is a master of adaptation and I’m just so happy for him! Cats are so well suited to a life without sight. Their super hearing and super smell and super spacial awareness and super fast and precise footwork make it so that they can function extremely well without their eyes where we would struggle. This is so incredible. Neuroplasticity is a hell of a drug!I adopted a blind dog last year and the joke is “I think she’s faking this whole blind thing” 😂 cuz she gets around so well even in new places and does things to make think “how in the world?!”. They really do have so much to offer and quality of life. ❤

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