We trapped Hyatt 86 days ago because he was stumbling around the forest and needed help. He was diagnosed with acute blindness from toxoplasmosis.

Today, Hyatt can see and was cleared to return to his family and friends in the forest, at one of our managed feral colonies. This allows him to live his life on HIS terms, and allows us to keep an eye on him to make sure he and his friends stay happy and healthy.

If he ever changes his mind about life with humans and decides we’re not so bad after all, we would be thrilled to bring him back in and find him a loving home.

We are 100% confident he would be unhappy in a home, and it would be irresponsible of us to place him in a home given how fiercely he responds when he feels threatened.

We will post updates about him on our Facebook page at http://fb.com/tinykittens

More about the rescue work we do: http://tinykittens.com

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