Last November, a kitten named June turned up as a stray in Hout Bay, a town in Cape Town, South Africa.
“She was brought in … by a member of the community who had found her, and I think her mum had been killed,” Holly Gilbert-Jones, a volunteer at Domestic Animal Rescue Group (DARG), told The Dodo. “There were no brothers or sisters.”
The DARG team immediately noticed that June was a little different — she’d been born blind, although June didn’t seem fazed by this.
“She obviously has no understanding or idea that she was any different than any of the other cats,” Gilbert-Jones said. “She would be zooming up and down the hallway.”