Blind cat

(Zool.) a species of catfish (Gronias nigrolabris), nearly destitute of eyes, living in caverns in Pennsylvania.

See also: Blind

References in classic literature ?
The lame Fox leaned on the Cat, and the blind Cat let the Fox lead him along.
One of the last two cats was blind and the other cat acted as a seeing-eye cat to guide the blind cat around the house.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Blind Cat Rescue Now Sanctuary.
The classic Cat v Dog debate is relevent mostly because the TV presenter and Radio 2 DJ thinks he clearly doesn't have enough to do already and is just about to publish his first children's fiction book, based on the exploits of his blind cat Toto and his late feline buddy Silver, who, sob, died just last month.
The classic cat versus dog debate is relevent because the TV presenter and Radio 2 DJ is just about to publish his first children's fiction book, based on the exploits of his blind cat Toto and his late feline buddy Silver, who died just last month.
Other cats currently in the group's possession include Creamsicle, an obese cat who was originally force-fed with a syringe; Saul and Bob, two scrawny white and black cats that are HIV-positive; and Tancy, a blind cat.
Blind cat Zenga would make a great pet for the right owner
THE RSPCA are appealing to the owners of a blind cat to collect him after he was found as a stray in Abergele The cat was born blind, according to the RSPCA, and has previously been looked after by its owners.
Hero and why: Sir Ernest Shackleton for being able to make a group of people work together to overcome an almost impossible challenge, and my blind cat Arthur, who never lets being blind stop him from doing anything.
In fact, 20 of her rescued cats have been adopted by people in the UK so far, while another one dumped in Al Ain has found a new home in Washington DC and even a deaf and half blind cat rescued in Abu Dhabi now lives in the Philippines.
A BLIND cat provided the inspiration for a new collection of short stories for children.