Hi all Here's a quick back story: -We're 3 weeks away from our babies coming home! -Clearly we are losing our minds with excitement. -The other night I had a crazy dream where one of the cats (who were just teeny-tiny in the dream) was bitten by a dog. By the end of the dream the poor thing had lost it's eye. It didn't matter, he was alive and all was well, though he was now a one-eyed kitty. I woke up, told my partner...he laughed and told me I'm crazy. The next day our breeder emailed me to let me know our girl had her eye scratched by another kitten. I was sad, and a little freaked out (considering the dream!!) but she said she'd been to the vet and she was on some antibiotics. I emailed her back asking whether she was actually cut on her cornea (eyeball) or on the skin around her eye. She responded saying it was her cornea, but that she seems to be fine, acting like her normal self. So, I emailed her again for some more detail regarding what exactly the vet said. I'm waiting to hear back. I'm a little upset that it's being spoken of in such a casual manner. Can any of you tell me whether I should be concerned? Of course, I would take this girl even if she was completely blind, etc etc...I'm just not sure what to do as far as cost, etc. I'm getting a bit ahead of myself in that it could just be a simple cut. I'm hoping she's done her meds by the time she comes home...but if she's not? Should I be the one to pay for it? I personally don't think so. Any damage that has come to her in the breeders home is the breeders problem, in my eyes. The same as I would never expect our breeder to pay for damage that has happened once she's home. (Not that that will happen! But I suppose accidents happen...I never thought our girl would be hurt before coming home. ) Any thoughts? Or anyone who's been through the same thing? I couldn't believe when I came here the next day and there was a thread in the Welcome forum with a woman who had her kittens eye scratched and it lost it's eye. Thank goodness she's been so wonderful and given it a forever home. We would surely do the same...but I would hope to be compensated in some way.