Blind cat reunites with owner (Saving Sage Animal Res​c​ue Foundation/Pet Express Animal Hospital)

After his beloved 20-year-old travel companion, a deaf and blind cat named Lily, ran off and got lost during a trip to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, this past February, Raymond McNamara posted fliers and searched desperately for the feline for more than three weeks, until finally accepting that she had likely died and he would never see her again.
Emotionally drained, McNamara, 50, drove to California to look for jobs as a bartender or waiter, missing the comfort of having the travel-happy seal point Siamese by his side. Then, in mid-May, he received an urgent message from his mother:
Animal rescue volunteers were trying to reach him because Lily had been found at a Fort Lauderdale construction site, near the beach where she’d gone missing. Dehydrated and malnourished, she was covered with cuts and scrapes, but alive. 
“I climbed in my car as soon as I could and started driving back to Florida, with …
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