A few months ago, I got a call from a fellow cat blogger, Jeanne from Random Felines. Jeanne's cat, Chanel, has a head tilt and balance issues caused by an ear infection, and she wanted to know how I dealt with the heart attacks. Living with a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia, I … [Read more...] about Living with a CH Cat: How to Deal with the Heart Attacks
Besides her daddy, Sophie's most favoritest thing in the world is STICK (the all caps signify her enthusiasm). STICK is what we call all of her wand toys. Sophie has quite a collection: feathery sticks, sticks with little toys on the end, ribbon sticks, retractable sticks, you … [Read more...] about Sophie’s Got Some New STICK Moves | #WobblyWednesday
The topic of anesthesia and cats with cerebellar hypoplasia is one that I've seen come up time and time again. Naturally, CH cat parents are usually worried about having their cat undergo surgery and anesthesia. After all, a kitty with cerebellar hypoplasia already has a brain … [Read more...] about Cerebellar Hypoplasia Cats and Anesthesia: Is it Safe?
Almost five years ago, Bobby and I met a cat that would forever change our lives for the better. We didn't know it at the time, and we didn't even adopt her after that initial meeting. It took us almost three months after meeting her before we decided to bring Sophie home with … [Read more...] about 5 Life Lessons My CH Cat Has Taught Me
Tricycle and Friends: A #WobblyWednesday Book Review *Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of the links in this post, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps to cover the cost of keeping my site up and … [Read more...] about Tricycle and Friends: A #WobblyWednesday Book Review