Hi! My Name Is ODIN

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No eyes? No problem!

Pros of owning a blind cat: No jumping on counters. No chasing feet. No eye infections. Cons of owning a blind cat: He can’t see. That’s all! After suffering from terrible eye infections as a kitten, Odin had a very necessary double eye enucleation and is now completely blind. However, you don’t need to be sad or feel sorry for him because he does not let that slow him down in the slightest! Odin is one of the sweetest, most affectionate cats you will ever meet. He wants absolutely nothing more than constant attention and love. He is a precious chatty boy, who makes the cutest chirps and purrs when talked to or petted. Even though he can’t see, he eagerly climbs in your lap and settles in! Odin navigates through the world incredibly well, and because of his whiskers and other acute senses, he rarely actually bumps into anything or has a hard time making his way through new spaces. It also helps that Odin is an incredibly confident and easy-going boy who is not phased by much, and takes new things in stride. He does need to be introduced to new surroundings slowly and not have any obstacles between him and his food, water, and litter box. He would do best in a smaller home with only one or two floors and an open layout. Odin also requires some patience and grace with using his claws. Since he isn’t able to see where he is going, he uses his paws to feel where he wants to get up to and mostly claws his way up rather than doing a full traditional cat leap. He does not otherwise scratch inappropriately, and in fact absolutely loves tall scratching posts, but using his claws is critical to his mobility, and he’ll need a home that will allow him to do that. Odin craves the affection and attention of other cats, and would definitely do best with a kitty companion or two. Any cats he might share a home with do need to be extra easy going and friendly though, as Odin can be a little awkward and is not able to read another cat’s body language to communicate or avoid conflict. He has not been bothered by living with dogs in his foster home, but any dogs in his forever home would need to be completely neutral and very friendly to cats, as he is not able to flee or defend himself as a sighted cat might be. The only other special considerations Odin will require is a water fountain to help him find his food and water, and tons of toys that make noise for him to play with! He is extremely playful and loves to hunt and chase and romp like any kitten good would. Consistency is the name of the game for Odin, and as long as he has the time and grace to slowly adjust, he is just like any other cat! Odin is a, unique one in a million cat, and will instantly be the center of his forever family’s whole world. Please help us find Odin’s one in a million home!

Odin is a Domestic Shorthair who is neutered, microchipped, vaccinated. Adoption fee is $125 to help offset the many expenses we have for vetting costs. We rely strictly on adoption fees and donations to continue to save the lives of orphaned & abandoned pets; 100% goes towards their care. If interested in adopting one of our available dogs or puppies, you must first complete an online adoption application at https://dollyslegacyanimalrescue.org/cat-adoption/You will be contacted by our adoption coordinator via email after your application has been reviewed & approved to schedule an appointment. Our website is updated daily, pets that are listed are still available.
***If you are serious about adopting, you must first complete and submit an application on our website. Our Adoption Team will respond via email from DollysLegacyAdoptions@gmail.com once you have completed an application. If a pet is still listed, it is not yet adopted as we update daily. All information regarding adoption policies are on our website***

  • Domestic Short Hair
  • Male
  • Youth (9 - 24 Months)My DoB is 04/12/2023 (Estimated)
  • 9 Pounds
  • Nebraska
  • White & Tabby (Brown / Chocolate)
  • Social & Friendly
  • I Like Kids Over 10
  • I Like All Cats
  • Big Dogs Scare Me
  • I'm Litterbox Trained
Special Needs (Medical)
Blind or Vision Impaired
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