Cats are one of the cutest animals on the planet. They are deserving of love and attention, but it is a sad reality that not every cat in the world is fortunate enough to have a lovely existence to begin with.
Sadly, some of them have little prospect of ever seeing the light of day; they simply fight to exist without knowing what tomorrow will bring. Fortunately, there are always good-hearted heroes eager to save these unfortunate creatures. This story’s blind kitten is an example.
Hope For Paws got a request for assistance from a person who said there was a blind cat in a parking lot. The rescue crew arrived on the site right away. They saw the cat here, and she appeared to have a bad eye infection.
The kitten was unable to open her eyes and simply remained calmly in her location, allowing one of the rescuers to effortlessly pick her up. There was also a mother cat and two more kittens. As a result, the crew vowed that they would return to rescue them all later.
Kenshi was the name given to the blind kitten. The team decided to take her to the hospital immediately away because her health was not good. They were unable to preserve her eyes, and she was scheduled for surgery to have both of her eyes removed. T
hey helped her eat at first after cleaning off her body, but then she seemed to be able to smell the food and began to eat on her own. She remained calm during the procedure on the day of surgery. And the procedure went off without a hitch.
Keshi was reunited with the rest of her family two days after her rescue. Raiden and Kung Lao, her siblings, were both healthy and ready for adoption.
Kenshi was adopted into a new family and given the name Cherry. Despite the loss of her eyes, she was still able to perceive everything around her and play joyously. Charlie, a blind cat, was one of her closest friends. They got along like a house on fire.