Blind dog gets seeing-eye cat


When 8-year-old Labrador mix Terfel started losing his eyesight, he was diagnosed with cataracts and began confining himself to his bed to avoid bumping into things.
But then his owner, Judy Godfrey-Brown, let a stray cat into their North Wales home and something amazing happened.
The cat, named Pwditat, approached Terfel and seemed to sense that he couldn’t see. Using her paws, she coaxed him out of his basket and led him out into the garden.
“Pwditat immediately seemed to know that Terfel is blind through some sort of sixth sense that animals have,” said Anne Cragg, a friend who looked after the animals when Godfrey-Brown was in the hospital.
“They’re fantastic friends. They really love each other. They are glued to each other and even sleep together now,” she said.
Today, the unlikely pair is virtually inseparable and Pwditat serves as Terfel’s seeing-eye cat, guiding the blind dog around the house and through the garden – and proving that dogs and cats really can be friends.
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0 responses to “Blind dog gets seeing-eye cat

  1. What I found most amazing is that the cat appeared at the right time and knew what to do from the get-go!

     
  2. LOVE this story!!! Heartwarming!

     
  3. Some animals are downright holy. Pwditat is more than a seeing-eye cat; Pwditat is saintly.

     
  4. Oh wow!! Great, great story….
    I did think about that part of Ghostbusters where Bill Murray says, “Dogs and cats sleeping together!”…. yeah, my bad… it just popped in…
    Steven, I think you are influencing me. ;o)
    I really did love the story!!!!! :o) Sorry for the naughty comment!

     
  5. this cat has such a serious look on his face sort of hey i got a job to do and i am going to do it.

     
  6. Bless you for sharing this sweet story – gets the day off on the right foot. I’ve always believed our beloved pets will be in heaven with us. Makes sense to me! Where else do we get unconditional love?

     

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