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Wow, this super cute cat helps promote animal welfare!



Muscat, Oman (WEBWIRE) – Moet, a blind cat who has gained an incredible following since appearing online in 2015, has announced her drive to promote animal welfare in Oman.
Moet
Moet is a 4 year old Persian who was born in Oman and was found blind and sick in a pet shop, where she had spent the first year of her life. She was rescued and taken to a local vet, who removed her eyes to save her life and nursed her back to health. She was then adopted by a British resident in Oman.
Over three years, she has amassed more than 50,000 followers across her social media platforms and is using her popularity to raise much needed awareness across the Sultanate.
Not only are there many strays in Oman, which Moet contributes funds to, but there are a large numbers of abandoned or neglected pets.

Moet has both an online store, selling her own branded merchandise, as well as a special site for her 2019 calendar. All profits from sales of her items go directly to Omani Paws. Items ship worldwide and followers on social media can even win some of the exciting products in one of her giveaways.

More about Moet:

Moet has been featured on Yahoo News, The Dodo, Love Meow, Jackson Galaxy and The Animal Rescue Site. Moet has also won ‘Cat of the Week’ by Modern Cat Magazine and is a character in the table-top game ‘Cataclysm.’

You can follow Moet on her social media channels:

Twitter: @MoetBlindCat
Instagram: @MoetBlindCat
Facebook: @MoetBlindCat
YouTube: Moet the Blind Cat
Website: www.moetblindcat.com

More about Omani Paws:

Omani Paws brings together people who have been working with stray cats and dogs in Muscat. They work on TNR (Trap, Neuter, Release) of cats and dogs, foster and re-home dogs and cats at risk, and help with injured and sometimes abandoned animals.

Omani Paws also raises awareness about animals by encouraging adults and children to interact with animals.

For more, visit, the Omani Paws Facebook page.

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