Cerebellar hypoplasia (CH) is a disorder in which the cerebellum part of the brain doesn't develop completely before birth. The cerebellum is a region of the brain that plays a major role in motor control and coordination. Having an underdeveloped cerebellum results in jerky … [Read more...] about What is Cerebellar Hypoplasia?
Thankful Thursday: Features & S'mores! We've had a couple exciting things going on this past week, and exciting things are definitely things to be thankful for! The first thing we are thankful for today is the blog Pawesome Cats. If you don't already follow them, you … [Read more...] about Thankful Thursday: Features & S’mores!
Thankful Thursday: New Friends We have so many things to be thankful for, but today we would like to especially thank Sharon Seltzer! Sharon is the voice of Lessons from a Paralyzed Dog: A Tribute to the Fastest Runner in the Dog Park. She started the blog to share the lessons … [Read more...] about Thankful Thursday: New Friends
I don't know about your cats, but my cats LOVE the stairs. We just moved into a two story house and have stairs for the first time, and they are the new favorite kitty toy. They like to lay on the stairs, they love to wrestle on the stairs, they are thrilled to just run up and … [Read more...] about The Cats and the Stairs
Sophie "Weebs" has cerebellar hypoplasia. This means that the cerebellum part of her brain did not develop all the way before she was born, resulting in incoordination and wobbliness. She is considered to have a mild-moderate form of CH, which means she can get around pretty well … [Read more...] about Sophie “Weebs,” Our CH Kitty