Brother – Sister Blind Kittens Find Loving Home


Thursday September 30, 2021

The Chula Vista Animal Care Facility received a total of eight adoption applications for our two blind kittens and our animal care staff went right to work on Wednesday morning reviewing those applications.

“We are happy to announce that a wonderful adopter was selected and our two kittens have been adopted to a very loving home” said Daniel DeSousa, Interim Director for the shelter.  “While these kittens received a lot of attention and love while at the shelter, we know they will be even more loved in their new home” added DeSousa.  The adopter, Nancy Roos of Spring Valley, visited the shelter on Thursday afternoon to interact with the two kittens and the animal care staff knew they had found just the right person.

Both kittens have quickly learned to move about even though they are both missing eyes, the male only one but the female lost both of her eyes.  They play together and the shelter staff expect the kittens to live a full life as they explore their new home.

While the shelter had several families interested in these two kittens, they could only choose one family.  For those families that were not selected or for anyone interested in adopting an animal from the CVACF, please visit the shelter’s website at to view adoptable dogs and cats. The shelter, located at 130 Beyer Way, is also open to the public Tuesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.