Welcome to the official web page for Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc.
Blind Cat Rescue is a registered trademark.  Our name and images may not be used without our written permission. Privacy Statement:  Blind Cat Rescue will NOT sell, rent or disclose your personally identifiable information to any third parties.
If your cat has become blind or you are thinking of adopting a blind cat, please read our  ABOUT US page, which gives information  about living with blind cats.  
The cats thank you for helping them!
Blind Cat Rescue
Blind Cat Rescue does not discriminate against any one on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability or veteran status or classification
Blind cats have no idea they are blind, but they know they are cats.  This cute video shows you just how normal blind cats are.   In the video, there is a bird flying inside the cat’s patio area. All the cats are blind but watch how they track the bird.  The bird was not hurt in the filming of this video and safely left the patio.  
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A cute video of Charity playing.  She came to us with destroyed eyes from infection. Now she is happy and healthy.
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We are a lifetime cat care sanctuary located in St. Pauls, North Carolina (USA).  In 2005, we built our first building as a safe place for blind cats who were deemed not adoptable by regular shelters and who were going to be euthanized just because they were blind.  In 2011,  we built a second shelter to provide a safe place for Leukemia positive (FELV+) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV+) cats who otherwise would have been killed just because they tested positive for those viruses.  We are a registered non-profit 501©3 in the state of North Carolina.  Our tax identification number is 20-3410498.  Your donations are tax-deductible, encrypted, and safe.  You may donate to our life saving work using  Mastercard, Visa or Paypal.   Please help us change lives of blind, FIV+ and FELV+ cats.  Please click the donate button NOW to help.
Set up a MONTHLY donation  HERE
Fred - FIV+ & Blind
Felix
Blind Cat Rescue is a registered trademark.  Our name and images may not be used without our written permission. Privacy statement: Blind Cat Rescue will NOT sell, rent or disclose your personally identifiable information to any third parties.
The cats Thank you for helping them!!
Welcome to the Official Home Page for Blind Cat Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc
A cute video of Charity playing,  hope you enjoy
Blind Cat Rescue does not discriminate against any one on the basis of race, religion, color, gender, sexual orientation, age, national origin, ancestry, citizenship, disability or veteran status or classification
Please subscribe to our newsletter.  It comes out once a week and updates your on the cats, activities and videos/pictures of the cats.
Does your company Match Donations?  Check  HERE
You may set up a continuing monthly donation HERE
If your cat has become blind or you are thinking of adopting a blind cat, please read our  ABOUT US page, which gives information about living with blind cats.  
Blind cats have no idea they are blind, but they know they are cats.  This cute video shows you just how normal blind cats are.   In the video, there is a bird flying inside the cat’s patio area. All the cats are blind but watch how they track the bird.  The bird was not hurt in the filming of this video and safely left the patio.  
A cute video of Charity playing.  She came to us with destroyed eyes from infection. Now she is happy and healthy.
Fred - FIV+ & Blind
       Join the BIRTHDAY CLUB
We are a lifetime cat care sanctuary located in St. Pauls, North Carolina (USA).  In 2005, we built our first building as a safe place for blind cats who were deemed not adoptable by regular shelters and who were going to be euthanized just because they were blind.  In 2011,  we built a second shelter to provide a safe place for Leukemia positive (FELV+) and Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV+) cats who otherwise would have been killed just because they tested positive for those viruses.  We are a registered non-profit 501©3 in the state of North Carolina.  Our tax identification number is 20-3410498.  Your donations are tax-deductible, encrypted, and safe.  You may donate to our life saving work using  Mastercard, Visa or Paypal.   Please help us change lives of blind, FIV+ and FELV+ cats.  Please click the donate button NOW to help.
Help the cats by pledging your birthday, wedding, anniversary or any other fund reason you can think of!   You can see all the other fun fund raisers that have been done and  SIGN UP for yours too!