These two sweet kittens are only about 9 weeks old. They are both sweet and loving and outgoing kittens. Both to have a mild case of CH. Tippy is extremely mild she only has a slight head tremor that is only noticeable sometimes. She’s also polydactyl so has very big and sweet feet!
Crash has a bit more of a moderate case of CH… He can get around just fine he can eat and drink on his own. We can even climb up a cat tree! So believe me none of this slows him down. we are just working on his bathroom habits at the moment getting him used to using a litter box.
It would be amazing if they could get a home together as they’re super bonded.
you can read more about CH here: http://chcat.org/about-ch-cats/
Cerebellar Hypoplasia (cer·e·bel·lar hy·po·pla·sia) is a disorder found in cats and dogs which causes jerky movements, tremors, and generally uncoordinated motion, just like ataxic cerebral palsy in humans. A cat with CH often falls down and has trouble walking or cannot seem to walk at all. CH in cats is non-progressive, meaning it does not get worse with age.