News Weird Meet Honey Bee, the blind cat that loves to hike 34 WENN.com First posted: Friday, November 21, 2014 09:56 AM EST | Updated: Friday, November 21, 2014 10:22 AM EST Honey Bee enjoys the great outdoors IMAGE 1 OF 5 3 sec. Honey Bee, a blind rescue cat, is pictured in a Facebook photo. (Honey Bee: Blind Cat From Fiji/Facebook) www.facebook.com/blindcathoneybe Meet the cat who loves watching Discovery Channel Here comes Honey Bee . . . The blind cat rescued by the Animals Fiji shelter and adopted by her new owners, Sabrina and Jonathan Ursin, who brought her back to Seattle with them. Despite her lack of sight, Honey Bee loves the great outdoors and has developed a passion for regular hiking and trekking sojourns with her humans in and around the city's mountainous surrounds. A YouTube video, aimed at raising awareness for her rescue charity AnimalsFiji.org, has gone viral with over 700 000 viewers showing Honey Bee out and about in Mason Lake, outside Seattle. Their Facebook page is regularly updated and is hugely popular with fans reguarly checking updates. Sightless in Seattle, Sabrina and her husband Jonathan leash trained Honey Bee so that she could venture outside the conurbations, as she was used to when roaming around her previous Fijian environs. After initial shorter distances around the neighborhood and city parks, the inquisitive feline graduated to sampling the sounds and smells of the natural terrain of Seattle's outskirts. The special needs animal is, understandably, slow to get around, but Sabrina and Jonathan are suitably patient with her and Honey Bee takes regular refreshment breaks. Sabrina says: "Honey Bee is a amazing girl who loves to prove that disabled cats can lead lives that are filled with fun and adventure. We are thankful to Animals Fiji for giving her a chance." Wonder how this one got away from Beth. Might be her next best seller.