Chase Helps Disfigured Humans Heal

By: Cowbag - Published: Oct 18, 2008 • References: chasenoface.blogspot & uniquedaily
This story is inspiring, but it freaks me out. A cat who became disfigured after losing her face in a road accident has started to help humans come to terms with their own disabilities.

The cat’s name is Chase; she was left without a nose, eyelids, and skin on her cheeks after being hit by a car as a kitten. Chase now works as a therapy cat touring schools and hospitals to help boost the confidence of people with disfigurements.

Chase has also achieved notoriety on the Internet. Owner Melissa Smith writes a blog on the three-legged cat’s behalf showing how she is happily living with her disability.

Here are a few of the things Chase has to share: Stats for Faceless Therapy Cats Trending: Older & Average
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Segment: Neutral, 18-55
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