Tuesday, August 27, 2013

A Tribute to Homer the Blind Cat

Hi Furends:

We are saddened to report that a great ambassador to cats the world over has run over the Rainbow Bridge. We will miss Homer the Blind Cat.
Click to visit Homers Blog

Mom Gwen Cooper said it best that we need to remember the magnificent life he lived and the great good he did for blind and handicapped animals.

He let the world know that being handicapped is no reason to not live life fully being totally in charge. His friends the world over will remember him. His book, Homer's Odyssy, will live on and continue to teach and move hearts and minds the world over. Visit him on FaceBook here.

Until we all meet again my furend! 

Timmy Tomcat 


  1. Homer was an amazing cat. His loss was felt all over the world.

  2. We too are sad that Homer has left the room but now he's over the bridge and I'm quite sure has the run of the place and I'm fairly sure he can see all the colors of the rainbow at last....

    Kitty Hugs, Sammy

  3. We're sad, too. Homer was a great cat, and an ambassador for special needs kitties everywhere. We are purring for his family.

  4. We are very sads about Homer, we loved his book. Timmy check your email. We (me and you) are hanging out at the Place de la Concorde tomorrow. I put it up at the TCC. ~Socks & Family

  5. We enjoyed Homer's Odyssey and are happy to have been able to follow his life on FB. RIP, Homer. Sending your peeps lots of purrs.

  6. Sad for sure, but that precious soul indeed touched the world.


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