"I thought, 'There's something wrong with the cat. I've been doing this long enough to know that there's something not quite right,'" she told TODAY. The following day, she set up a trap for him on the sidewalk, and Floyd approached her, crying. "It's unusual for a feral cat to cry. They don't like to bring attention to themselves, but if they're in pain or a bit of distress, they will cry. He actually walked straight into a lamppost and stunned himself."
It took a moment, but eventually, the cat walked into the trap she set for him, and after wrapping him up in a blanket and taking a closer look at him Vazquez realized he was essentially blind. "One eye was sunken, and both corneas were badly scarred from fighting."