After This Blind Girl’s Cat Ran Away, Her Mom Saw A Photo Of The Kitty In The Arms Of A Stranger

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Image: Facebook/Smiles for Baby Charley

Following numerous scans and examinations, doctors diagnosed Charley with pilocytic astrocytoma, a form of brain cancer. They also discovered that the tumors in her head had caused the child to develop diencephalic syndrome.

Image: Facebook/Smiles for Baby Charley

Diencephalic syndrome is a rare disorder that affects some children. The condition can cause dangerous levels of weight loss. And although the syndrome is uncommon, it can still potentially be fatal for those who suffer from it.

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Image: Facebook/Smiles for Baby Charley

As a result of her illnesses, Charley has had plenty of visits to the hospital during her young life. Matters eventually came to a head in December 2014 when the youngster underwent a life-or-death procedure to remove more than half of her brain tumor.

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