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If you have been following us, you probably already know of Linda. She was diagnosed with a Diaphragmatic Hernia and had a huge surgery which fixed her right up! Since then, she has been a happy and healthy cat and we are ecstatic to make her available for adoption.
Linda is a big sweet heart. She enjoys pats emensly and will come when called from where ever she is if a pat is being offered!
Linda came into our care with her 1 day old kittens. Being a stray, we don't have any information about her history but we do know she has a sunken in eye and entropion on her other eye. Her sunken eye still produces slight discharge but she will either clean it herself or ask for you to clean it by offering her eye as you pat her! We have consulted a few vets and they think if they do surgury, it may cause more harm than good and say that she is not in any pain anyway.
Having one eye does not stop her from doing anything though! She still play sometimes, will run and play with the other foster cats in the home, come for cuddles and pats whilst curled up on your lap and find cute little sleeping places.
Because of her eye, Linda will need to be indoors, have an ower who can clean her eye every now and then, live with older children (she gets spooked if she doesn't see you coming with head pats) and can happily live as an only cat or with others.
Left eye is sunken in. Right eye is entropion (eyelid is folding back onto eyeball), however our vets have advised that she is not in pain therefore surgery should not be required in the immediate future for either eye. She has also fully recovered from diaphragmatic hernia surgery.