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Homers Odyssey PDF book by Gwen Cooper Read Online or Free Download in ePUB, PDF or MOBI eBooks. Published in August 25th 2009 the book become immediate popular and critical acclaim in non fiction, animals books.
The main characters of Homers Odyssey novel are John, Emma. The book has been awarded with Booker Prize, Edgar Awards and many others.
One of the Best Works of Gwen Cooper. published in multiple languages including English, consists of 304 pages and is available in ebook format for offline reading.
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|Original Title:||Homers Odyssey|
|Number Of Pages:||304 pages|
|First Published in:||August 25th 2009|
|Latest Edition:||August 25th 2009|
|Generes:||Non Fiction, Animals, Animals, Cats, Autobiography, Memoir, Biography, Biography Memoir, Adult, Classics, Audiobook, Contemporary,|
|Formats:||audible mp3, ePUB(Android), kindle, and audiobook.|
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WHEN I FIRST SAW THE KITTEN, HE WAS A MINUSCULE BIT OF BLACK FUZZ cupped in a young woman’s outstretched hands. No different from any other kitten, it would seem—that is, until he raised his head and emitted an impressive yowl for a creature only four inches in length, tip-to-tail.
Tiny though he was, he turned to the sound of my voice. That’s when I saw his eyes. This two-week-old foundling was clearly suffering from a severe infection that would surely take his sight, if not his life.
The well-meaning couple who’d found him practically begged me to euthanize him immediately. Despite their entreaties, I performed a careful physical examination as the kitten struggled, legs flailing, and mewled vigorously on the stainless-steel exam table. Finally, I announced that the kitten seemed perfectly healthy—if you discounted his ocular condition. Would they consider adopting him if I was able to treat his infection?
For a long list of reasons, the couple could not provide a home for such a young kitten. They worked. They had a dog. They didn’t have the money. And what were the chances that he would ever be able to see again, anyway?
Oh … none. No chance. I explained that I intended to surgically remove his eyes to save his life.
I’m pretty sure that’s when I lost them. Shaking their heads in disbelief, they elected to sign him over to my care. His pitiable cries probably pushed their decision along the path of rejection—they were convinced he was suffering terrible pain.
After his owners agreed to give him up, he was mine to treat as seemed in his best interests. I still had my doubts, but they were laid to rest once the source of his immediate discomfort was revealed: hunger. A small bowl of cat food mashed with milk replacer stifled his cries. He was peacefully asleep within minutes, sealing my decision to treat his eyes, never mind the blindness to come.
After all, I thought, this kitten had never had the benefit of sight. Unlike human babies, cats are born with their eyes sealed to the world for ten to thirteen days. This two-weeker’s relatively long-standing infection had almost certainly prevented any emerging vision. Once treated, he’d be blind without ever missing the sensory capacity for sight. Like many anima