Cats with disabilities may not perceive themselves as different, possessing the same vibrancy, curiosity, and warmth as any other felines. Such is the story of Moet the Blind Cat, whose early days were far from pleasant, having been born in Oman and subsequently sold to a pet store. Trapped in a metal cage with other kittens, Moet witnessed potential companions chosen one by one, leaving her isolated. A severe case of cat flu invaded her system, particularly affecting her eyes, progressively deteriorating her condition each day. Tragically, she was neglected, enduring her pains in solitude, desperately in need of rescue.
It was the team at Al Qurum Veterinary Clinic in Muscat, Oman who noticed Moet’s dire situation and intervened, rescuing her from the brink of death. However, her eyes had suffered irreversible damage from severe infections, leading to an urgent surgery to remove them. Yet, Moet’s story began to brighten when, for the first time, she heard the soft voice of a kind woman, comforting her. This interaction sparked a change in Moet, making her more receptive to human affection, even enjoying belly rubs.
Moet found a loving home with Emily, who was instantly captivated by her and decided they were destined to be companions. Since September 2014, Moet has been experiencing a life full of love and care, after enduring neglect and pain in her early years. She’s now a living testimony of resilience, embracing life’s possibilities with a cheerful spirit.
Emily shared insights about Moet’s infectious cheerfulness and loving nature, highlighting her playful and active demeanor, and her unique reluctance to remain still. Despite her loving nature, Moet isn’t one for lap sits but craves play and attention. Moet’s altruistic spirit shines through as all proceeds from her online store and book sales are donated to local animal rescue organizations. Moreover, many find her capabilities astonishing, often doubting her blindness when meeting her.
In their loving home, Moet has a fellow rescue feline companion, Luna, another life saved by Al Qurum Veterinarians. While Moet is self-sufficient, she does enjoy regular grooming and dental care, maintaining her stunning Persian coat. For more of Moet’s updates, adventures, and information, you can follow her on her social media links and visit her website.
I’m profoundly grateful to Emily for her kindness and dedication to rescuing and caring for Moet and other strays. Her compassion has significantly impacted the lives of these animals, bringing inspiration to our readers. Emily’s story is a beacon of hope and a reminder of the beauty in happy endings, proving to be an angel to Moet and a hero to animal enthusiasts everywhere. For those who hold a special place in their hearts for Persian cats and joyful rescue stories, be sure to visit cattitudedaily.com to explore more.