While there are no treatments or cures for cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), there are several things you can do to make life easier for a CH kitty. CH cats are considered special needs, which means they do require extra care and attention. How much extra care is required will depend … [Read more...] about 6 Ways to Make Life Easier for a CH Cat
I think everyone knows by now how much Sophie loves STICK! Just the thought of STICK sends her into a tailspin of excitement. If Bobby or I open a drawer of the table where we keep STICK, Sophie comes running. Heck, if we just walk by the table, she comes running. And she always … [Read more...] about #WobblyWednesday with Sophie the Bulldozer
This past weekend, we took Sophie and Lucy out to our favorite local spot, Amerson River Park. It was a bit of an overcast afternoon, but the weather was nice and warm. We found a nice secluded spot right by the river and set up a picnic blanket to relax and just enjoy being … [Read more...] about Down By the River with Sophie the CH Adventure Cat
I know I've mentioned several times in other posts about how there is no cure for cerebellar hypoplasia. While this is true, there are things you can do to help strengthen your CH kitty's muscles, which in turn develops her coordination and overall abilities. I've witnessed this … [Read more...] about Sophie Conquers Her First Obstacle Course
Raising awareness for cerebellar hypoplasia has been something I've been passionate about since we first adopted Sophie five years ago. Unfortunately, there are people out there who don't think CH cats can have any quality of life and should therefore be euthanized. To make … [Read more...] about It’s Time to Up Our “Cerebellar Hypoplasia Awareness” Game!