Chance and Louis may be blind, but that doesn’t stop them from having the time of their lives with each other.
Chance, a ten-week-old Alsatian puppy, had a hard start in life because he was born completely blind and was then neglected by his owners.
But after reading a story about Chance, Glenn Crossman and his wife adopted this blind puppy. And Chance already has a new friend, a ten-year-old blind cat named Louis.
The Crossmans already provided a home for Louis and another dog named Bella. They previously had another blind dog.
Since the couple has extensive experience with blind animals, Chance settled in quite comfortably.
Crossman said, “He’s truly a lovely puppy and a bundle of fun. It only took him an hour to figure out the layout of the house. He’s a very bright boy. The big advantage with being born blind like Chance is that he doesn’t have to adapt to his condition - as he doesn’t know any better. He just gets to know his way around and gets on with it.”
He added that it does take extra work raising a blind pet because you have to be more aware of what they are doing, but “people should rescue disabled animals, as they are just as rewarding.”
Source: Daily Mail