A tale of friendship between animals and humans is always heart-warming. Particularly when it began young. Such is the story of Britta Bergeson, 8, and a blind cat named Justice, one-year-old. When Britta saw a Justice photo, she knew that she had to have her right away. Justice was taken in by the Arizona Humane Society as a stray. According to Adoptions Supervisor Vaness Crues, who told The Dodo, the cat was picked up by the field department and found that she had trauma to both her eyes.
Justice the rescue blind cat had a bad eye condition.
Her eyes had to be removed and she went completely blind.
Despite the condition of Justice, Brita, 8, did not alter her mind on the cat.
Crues discussed how Britta told her family that Justice is the cat she wanted to have with the news outlet.
Britta then thought of a way to convince her parents to take home Justice with her.
She started drawing pictures of her life if Justice was with her.
In one picture, Britta drew herself rubbing noses with Justice.
The little girl just couldn’t stop talking about the blind cat she wanted, revealing to Crues her parents. The manager thinks Britta intends to be the one to provide the love and care needed by Justice.
Britta visited the shelter and knew who she was going to enjoy meeting.
Britta decided to rename her Lucky when Justice came back with her new family. To have her new friend, the little girl is ecstatic. Britta isn’t the only one to show some love to Lucky. All the family, including her uncles, aunts and grandpa, support Britta and Lucky to make a smooth transition to their new home.