Sight for Sore Eyes


Mail Tribune wrote a very nice piece on the work of Dr. Bliss in the community recently. 

Two shelter kittens with eye defects will live better lives, thanks to surgeries performed by a local veterinarian and specialist who donated their time.
The effort started in early December while Dr. Tami Rogers of Jacksonville Veterinary Hospital was spaying and neutering cats for Committed Alliance to Strays. She noticed that two 12-week-old kittens from the same litter, a male named Seis and a female named Monique, were missing large portions of their upper eyelids because of a congenital defect. 

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