Because he could not find food on his own, a blind raccoon often came to Eryn’s backyard to find food. Strong winds, birds and tall grass were also scary for him. As a result, from 2009 until now, the homeowner fed him practically every morning. He generally arrived for breakfast (from 6 to 9 a.m.), then headed back into the woods.
“During the day, his eyes flashed bright green. Eryn explained that he was half blind, stumbled into objects, and was scared of the wind, tall grass, birds, and snow.
The next day he came accompanied by two black kittens, they seemed to have been accompanied before. As a result the kittens also needed to be fed, while the rock brought them to my yard said Enry.
Eryn first thought the kittens followed the blind raccoon because they knew Eryn would feed them. The kittens, on the other side, looked to be defending the raccoon as if they were his personal bodyguards. Every day, they gathered for some free meal before returning to the forest.
Regrettably, the raccoon died in 2015. The kittens were heartbroken at the loss of their best buddies, so Eryn decided to adopt them.
The blind raccoon assisted the cats in finding a loving home, and they now live happily with another feline friend, Squirt. We sometimes wonder if they remember Mr. Racoon from their kittenhood…
This story is proof that friendship has no bounds, and nothing compares to a wonderful friendship between two different creatures, a blind raccoon and a pair of kittens.
This was a wonderful story; it’s unfortunate that the blind raccoon died, but at least he had pals. Please tell your friends about this tale.