Radar’s eyes are weeping more and more, so I took him back to the vet to make sure he isn’t getting an infection. Dr. B said Radar needs surgery to permanently close his eyes. He’s a little too young now, so I have it scheduled for January 31.
I love watching him interact with his littermates. He does amazingly well getting around. Sometimes he bumps into walls, but never too hard. He sits up like a bear when I enter the kitten nursery, and turns toward my voice (like a satellite dish). He is already litter trained, and he finds his food and water dishes with ease. Sometimes when I watch him play I forget he’s blind. He’s learning to use, and rely on, his other senses to compensate for his lack of sight. He’s really quite remarkable!