This is Jasper, a hairless cat who sadly had both eyeballs removed because of corneal ulcers.

Although he has no eyes, Jasper is just like a normal cat who does normal cat things which is shared through his Instagram account.

At 2, Jasper was adopted and at the time was healthy.

A few years later he was diagnosed with feline herpes virus and in late November 2013, he got a corneal ulcer in the right eye.

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Mama, what do you mean this isn’t MY dinner? ————————————————————————Shop link in the bio! For those who don’t know Jazzy’s story, he was adopted at 2 years old seemingly healthy. After a couple of years he was diagnosed with FHV (feline herpes virus), but at the time all that meant was he was a sniffly boy. Then in November 2013 he got a corneal ulcer in his right eye. It was so bad that removal was the only option. He went on being a happy, healthy, now one eyed kitty. Until September 2018 when he ended up with a corneal ulcer in his remaining eye. Again so bad that removal was the only option. As scary as the news was that Jasper would now be totally blind, he adapted super well. Finally in April 2019 he had a mild stroke. It was a terrifying experience trying to figure out what was going on, why he woke me up spinning in circles, but the diagnoses was a relief. The cause is unknown, which is unfortunately common, but it means it wasn’t caused by any of the awful things that we know can cause one. Since then he’s recovered almost 100%, he walks a bit more cautiously and occasionally is unsure of where is is and will meow for help, but otherwise he’s perfect. He’s a very happy kitty, who is otherwise extremely healthy. He’s 12 years old, but the vet says there’s no reason to think he won’t live another 10 years. #jazzypurr #blindcat #sphynx #sphynxcat #nakedkitty #sphynxlair #catsofinstagram #catstagram #instacat #cat #kitty #animals #sphynxofinstagram #sphynxstagram #thedailynude #sphynxoftheday #hairlesscat #catsdaily #oddkitty #thedodo

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The right eye was then removed, and in 2018 the left eye was removed also after a corneal ulcer. Jasper suffered a mild stroke in 2019.

In a post to instagram, the owners said he is doing well and is almost fully recovered.

Although he walks more cautiously and is often unsure of where he is, the owners said he is "a very happy kitty".

Jasper has thousands of followers on Instagram.