Huckleberry was born with congenital cataracts and as his eyesight diminished, his fear aggression rose, especially when new people approached him. He knew his family but sensed danger with any person that was a stranger to his safety zone. He was eventually surrendered to BSR with the hopes that we could find a way to treat his progressive blindness and work on his behavioral issues. Luckily, BSR counts amongst its volunteers a preeminent veterinary eye surgeon, and she felt that the cataracts could be successfully removed, and though vision might not return to 100%, he would regain most of his functional vision and be able to re-engage with the world. A PFC foster with experience with low vision boykins has taken on this long term rehabilitation and will be working with trainers to help him re-learn necessary trust and social skills. With hard work and the commitment to treat his defects, BSR hopes that Huckleberry will be one of the PFC that successfully transitions to adoption.