When Sandy’s colleague sent her a video of a wobbly kitten who’d been rescued from the side of a road and taken a veterinary clinic, she knew right away that the 7-week-old cat had cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), a non-progressive neurological condition that affects balance and coordination.
Sandy immediately recognized the symptoms of CH because she and her husband Adam already had Norman, a handsome ginger kitty with the same condition, and she knew they would be able to give the little special needs kitten a wonderful home.
“We were told that the 7-week-old kitten was a boy,” remembers Sandy. “We had recently lost our beloved Penny Peets and CatDad was broken and healing from that loss, but knew we had to go at least meet the little guy.”
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