After stumbling across a photograph of a blind kitten in need of a home, Bryanna Rosario knew she had to step up. She decided to bring the tiny cat back to her house, naming her Lime. And soon she watched as her new kitten became extremely close to an unlikely companion.
For Rosario, adopting a kitten with special needs was nothing new. In fact, two years before she took Lime in, she was the proud owner of another blind cat named Lemon. Rosario had added Lemon to her family back in October 2016.
But Lemon’s time with Rosario would prove to be short. According to a Facebook page where Rosario chronicled the cat’s life, Lemon had a laundry list of heart problems. Among them were an atrial septal defect, as well as a ventricular septal defect.