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Jezebel was a homeless blind kitty when she appeared at an office building one morning in October and let people know she wanted to be let in and taken off the street. Now she is safe and well cared for in foster care while she waits for her forever home.

Jezebel was found outside of the Chicago Theological Seminary on the morning of a bitterly cold October day.

Hyde Park Cats, an all-volunteer cat rescue organization, took Jezebel into their adoption program and are supporting her veterinary care.

Jezebel’s temporary foster mom Elena is an employee of the Chicago Theological Seminary. She has cared for Jezebel since she showed up at the seminary’s door asking for help.

The cat is completely blind and she is in need of surgery to keep one of her eyes from succumbing to infection. The eye operation will be costly and Hyde Park Cats is looking to raise $1,000 to get Jezebel the treatment she needs.

Jezebel’s life is already immeasurably improved thanks to those who heeded her request for help in coming in from the cold and a life on the streets.

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This video tells Jezebel’s story and shows her in her foster home.

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