Home / Adopted / 2016 / Ronnie, Reggie & Robin 14

We have 3 kittens desperate for homes a very sad start to their lives lucky to be rescued by one of our volunteers. Found by tourists thrown under their car parked at Kalyves beach they nearly drove over them. Still feeding from mother they were traumatized, blind due to eye infections with pus & heaving with parasites. Now 4 months (DOB 10/06/15) old they are adorable boys playing, mischievous full of life unrecognizable from when they came into us. RobinRobin: Black/grey/white tabby his eyes are perfect, he has no health issues, he is the cutest & friendliest of the three boys. Purring all the time he loves to play is confident full of life & vitality. Reggie2Reginald (Reggie): Beautiful beige & black tabby, twin to Ronnie he suffered scarring to the iris/cornea & cannot focus. He definitely sees us but how much we cannot tell. Reggie plays, runs does all the usual kitten things but is quieter & much more reserved than his brothers. Sadly he has entropion both eyes (eyelashes turn inwards) he has twice daily eye drops which are working well no signs of infection. We are waiting, sometimes they grow out of it but if surgery is required it is a simple procedure if re homed here we are happy to do this. He needs lots of love & affection someone to give him time to gain confidence. Ronnie3Ronald (Ronnie): Twin to Reggie another stunning tabby he is much more confident & playful, he too had eye issues he has been left with a cataract in his left eye, very mild entropion to the right eye. He sees fine no obvious issues at all he can focus, plays normally & is just delightful. We are hoping he might grow out of his entropion. Please contact us if you can help in anyway either by adopting or donating towards their care & travel costs. January 2016 update Our boys have recovered from their eye surgery performed Xmas week, Eleni our Greek vet was superb with such a delicate procedure. The eyelids have healed, inflammation & infection gone. Please note herpes infection is a virus it cannot be eradicated but symptoms can be managed during flares. Despite some visual impairment our boys behave perfectly normal going outside to play & hunt cicadas! They will be travelling to the UK end of January for re homing, all we need for them now is a loving home.