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Wednesday January 2, 2013

Embudo, NM (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: He's blind but that doesn't slow him down much.

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1. Clabo
7:25 AM GMT on January 03, 2013

Waaaay back we had a cat who went blind, yet *always* wanted to be outdoors. So I got him a collar and just tied a string to it, and a gentle tug (not even; more like "resistance") would let him know he was heading towards something he shouldn't, like, bonk into.

After a while, being that it was a fenced-off yard, I did away with the collar/string thing and let him roam about freely.

Only problem was that there was a small hole in the fence (which apparently the little sneak knew about!), and as soon as he sensed the hole, before I could even react (only 10' away or so), he *darted* through the hole (seriously! never saw him move that fast, even when he *could* see), and down a 10'-12' drop straight down.

I had to run like an idiot around the block and sneak into the yard of the house whose yard abutted mine, and *find* him and hope nothing was broken. And thank B'harni (pbuh!), nothing was.

Never let him loose after that, though, not unless I were trailing him as if I were his shadow.
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