Tiny Schmoo came to Saving Grace Rescue Inc unable to see due to an eye infection, but the little calico is now healing and beginning to see more.
Saving Grace Rescue Inc put her on treatment to help alleviate the pain and her eyes to heal. Though she’s still partially blind, she’s healing and getting stronger every day. “…the healing lesions an be seen on her eyes. The bright red is a good healthy sign that her eye is getting what it needs to recover,” the shelter wrote on their Facebook.
The little one is full of love and affection. When photographer Josh Norem went to visit Schmoo, she turned into a purr motor. “…Schmoo ran right up to me as soon as I walked in the door. When I picked her up she began purring up a storm too,” said Josh.
She ignored all the toys in order to attempt to climb into Josh’s lap to cozy up with her human friend. “She is one of the most affectionate and friendly kittens I have ever met,” Josh added.
Even though Schmoo can’t see fully, she has no problem getting around. Her sight doesn’t hinder her from being a happy and loving kitty that she is. Someday she hopes to have someone who can love her unconditionally and forever.
Schmoo was blind when she came to Saving Grace Rescue Inc. They put her on treatment and gave her food, warmth and a lot of love.
Schmoo loves to be loved and is healing up extremely well. She is beginning to be able to see more.
Eating is a serious matter!
“Here she is in the camera bag – it’s a good thing I keep one slot open for kitten lounging.” – Josh Norem
“She is ignoring the toys in order to attempt to climb into my lap. She is one of the most affectionate and friendly kittens I have ever met.” – Josh
Someday she hopes to have someone who can love her unconditionally and forever.
Updates from Saving Grace Rescue Inc:
Schmoo is enjoying her foster home.
Schmoo and her foster dad.
Photos by Josh Norem at Furrtographer. Follow Schmoo’s updates on Saving Grace Rescue Inc Facebook page.