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On October 15, 2005, three adorable kittens were born to a lovely mom named Felicia. Early in November, mom started to sneeze and soon all three kittens were infected with eye virus. Nothing seemed to improve their messy swollen eyes. Their eyesight was sure to be compromised. They were a scraggly mess. Who would want to adopt these kittens?

You guessed it, all three were immediately scooped up by loving families

 

 March 2006 - Update on Raggles
(the long-haired gray/white female)

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"Raggles loves to cuddle. Her color has beautiful highlights. She is also very good with the grandkids. She loves paper and her furry mice. Yes, her right eye still waters a little...she tries to meow, and opens her mouth but nothing comes out yet. Raggles always follows us wherever we go. Raggles is a very laid back cat." -Gail and Harold

It is a miracle that this little kitten is not blind in her right eye. This little kitten is so lucky to have found a wonderful family to love her.

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Our sweet little Raggles crossed over the Rainbow Bridge on March 1, 2007

Update of Kringle and Dixie - May 2006

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Dixie

Kringle

These adorable sibling kittens are loved by two beautiful sibling girls. "The boys are very friendly. They are just bundles of happiness in our lives. They both love to explore and investigate everything. They love to play together and wash each other. Kringle's favorite toy is a little mouse. As soon as he gets it in his mouth he starts to growl and run around trying to make Dixie jealous. Dixie's favorite toy is a cat teaser. It is a mechanical toy that moves a dangling ball like a mouse. Dixie has learned to turn it on by himself when he wants to play.

"The girls in the pictures are our daughters. Crystal can be seen with Kringle and Francesca is holding Dixie. The cats love the girls as much as the girls love the cats."--Penny and Robert

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Both Dixie and Kringle have been to an ophthalmologist. Kringle has one eye that will continue to tear occasionally, but Dixie's eyes are just fine. Their vision is 100 percent. Lucky kitties.

 

 

 It takes a lot of people pulling together to make success stories like the three kittens a reality. If our cats are never offered a home, they can live at the shelter for the rest of their lives. They will receive lots of love, and all the care and comfort they need. But we need your help to do this.

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NEADY Cats Inc. (dba Cats In Need) P.O. Box 213 West Boylston, MA 01583
Telephone (978) 422-5116 - Fax (508) 835-5478
neadycats@charter.net

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