Meet Tweak the Wobbly Cat! | #WobblyWednesday
Every now and then, Sophie and I take a trip over to PetSmart on Sunday afternoon to visit Sophie’s foster mom and to meet all of the adoptable kitties. This is obviously dangerous (how do you think we wound up with 6 cats?!). So dangerous, that my husband won’t usually go with me because he knows that if we’re both there, we are more likely to bring another cat home. See, he’s almost as vulnerable to kitty cuteness as I am. He chooses to stay home because it’s easier to say “no” when you haven’t seen the cuteness in the fur!
When Sophie’s foster mom texted me about a wobbly kitten they have, Sophie and I just had to get over to PetSmart to meet him. We met him this past Sunday, and he is heart-breakingly cute. Not only is he an adorable orange boy-cat, but he has the most endearing head wobble! See for yourself… meet Tweak!
Tweak doesn’t have cerebellar hypoplasia, but the vet believes he may have some brain damage. Either that, or some type of inner ear issue, such as ear polyps. Because of the issue that he has, whether it be neurological or ear-related, he has a slight head bobble and walks in zig zags sometimes. They don’t believe the issue is progressive or will require any sort of long-term medical care. He will just be a little wobbly and may never be a very skilled jumper… just like Sophie!
Husband isn’t convinced that we need another cat (needs are subjective, right?), so I wanted to introduce our furiends and followers to Tweaks in hopes that you can help spread the word about him and possibly help to find him a furever home and family to call his own. He is a great cat – sweet, playful, gets along well with others, and is just plain cute! So he’s a little wobbly… so what! He doesn’t seem to mind, so why should you?
If you are interested in welcoming Tweak into your family or would like more information about him, he is available for adoption through Circle of Friends Animal Society in Georgia. You can contact COFAS through their website or Facebook page.