Charley.


Charley is a cute and obviously well-loved cat who has cerebellar hypoplasia. Push play or go to YouTube. -via Reddit

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We have a stunningly beautiful black and white tuxedo cat who also has CH. His name is Clyde, and he came to us very, very young along with his sister (Bonnie -- what else?) Clyde could not walk at all; his hind legs just dragged. To get them used to us and our other animals, we kept them safe in a giant dog kennel for about a month, with lots of toys and a two-holer "cat apartment." Bonnie taught Clyde to climb, jump, and play (and use the litter pan!) just like she did. We called it therapy; the kittens called it fun! They're full grown now, and you can hardly tell that Clyde has a problem.
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How wonderful for Charley and his humans that they have each other, and how wonderful for us that they shared Charley with the world. Viva Charley!
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@Tori:

> when his condition makes him (at least to me) the
> most adoptable quality about him! i love this video
> for the educational value it brings. Thanks!!

My thoughts precisely. It is nice to see the Internet actually showing something in a beautifully realistic, yet touching manner. Strange how cats are touching us so much about the world these days - first Oscar, now Charley. Not to mention LOLSpeak.
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I knew two kittens like that. I volunteer at a cat hospital, and I run across all kinds of cats, these two kittens were really funny!! They were rather squirmy when held, and sometimes could jump really well if they tried hard enough, but they were very sweet. They were found homeless, but now one of the people that work at the hospital adopted them, they are doing very well.
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