lmao, it's okay I was able to understand you, no need to apologize! thanks for the reply!
Yep, they were a litter of 6(1 passed) and I'll tell you what I've done, and how different she(from here on, Kiara) is.
I first noticed Kiara would get seperated from the litter by just about 1 foot and would start meowing histerically, even if she was "staring" right at them, she had to touch them to calm down. When I expanded their box area, she would turn circles/crawl aimlessly around meowing.
I read some about telling if a cat is blind and I did a flashlight test on her eyes, when I saw her eyes stay completely dilated when the flashlight goes on and off. They stay dilated 24/7 actually.
She does not track movements whatsoever either.
I moved my finger towards both her eyes(without touching whiskers) and she didn't react.
I did the same tests to her siblings and they all reacted normally. They also track movements really well and "chase" your fingers if you wiggle them around while they're awake, Kiara doesn't.
She's been the slowest to develope also. She crawled last, walked last, played last, started licking herself last,etc.
Kiaras eyes were the first to open(been open over a week) and even the runts' eyes who were LAST to open, track movements and respond to the flashlight.
She is just...very different. She's really cautious in her movements all the time, and goes by memory a ton..I moved them to the opposite side of where they are staying and she walked all the way back to the other side after a minute, and didn't come back over to the other side. She remembered where they were supposed to be.
Whew sorry that was really long!!!!!!!