Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Blind Kitten Found Alone On Street Can't Stop Hugging Her New Dad.

She Had No Idea

She Had No Idea

Holly Gilbert-Jones / Facebook

It seemed that June didn’t realize that she was different. She raced down the hallway with all the other cats, and she didn’t seem bothered by the fact that she couldn’t see. She was also very energetic. But it was her resilient attitude that the staff admired. June wasn’t afraid of anything, which would probably explain how she had made it on her own while roaming aimlessly through Cape Town. And one member of the DARG staff fell in love with June.

Love At First Sight

Love At First Sight

Holly Gilbert-Jones / Facebook

Just one look was all it took for Holly Gilbert-Jones to fall in love with little June. The kitten’s resilience had won Gilbert-Jones over. And June seemed to feel the same way about her. The two hit it off, and you couldn’t tear them apart. But Gilbert-Jones was sad. She knew she couldn’t take in every animal she looked after. But she had a great idea!

Ready For My Close-Up

Ready For My Close-Up

Andrew Clive Duff / Facebook

Gilbert-Jones decided to take a couple of photos of June. She knew that once people saw her, they would instantly fall in love with her. So, she started snapping photos and then she posted them online. Once the photos were up, she waited and hoped that someone would reach out to her about possibly adopting June. Then, after anxiously waiting, someone reached out to her!

Arranging A Visit

Arranging A Visit

DARG / Facebook

A woman responded to Gilbert-Jones, and she asked if she could arrange a meeting so she could take a look at the kitty. At first, Gilbert-Jones wasn’t too happy about the fact that the woman referred to June as a cat. But she arranged a visit anyway. When the lady got there, she seemed cold and distant. This wasn’t what Gilbert-Jones expected, and things got even worse.

Mean As A Snake

Mean As A Snake

Practical Happiness

The woman immediately noticed something was off about June, so she asked her what was wrong with the cat. The lady lost it when Gilbert-Jones told her June was blind. She accused her of false advertisement, and suggested she wouldn’t be able to train a blind cat. Gilbert-Jones was so upset that she told the woman to take a hike. But how was she going to help June out now?

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