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Marigold Domestic Short Hair Warminster, PA
- Tabby (Orange / Red)
- Friendly, Playful, Confident, Outgoing, Social, Affectionate, Special needs
- Coat length
- Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered, special needs. Marigold has cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), also known as "wobbly cat syndrome". or an under-developed cerebellum. The cerebellum is the part of the brain responsible for balance, coordination, and fine motor skills, and becomes fully developed a few weeks after the kitten is born. Any damage during this critical period can result in permanent deficits. These kittens are clumsy, tending to wobble and weave when walking, and may fall over frequently. Their movements are jerky, with high-stepping strides and a tendency to sway. It is a non-progressive condition, so the cat will not worsen over time. Cerebellar hypoplasia is not painful, and it is not contagious. For affected cats and kittens, living life on a tilt-a-whirl is normal. Kittens with cerebellar hypoplasia will go through the same growth and learning stages as normal kittens, experimenting first with walking and then with running, jumping, climbing, and play-fighting. They will just be clumsier!.
- Good in a home with
- Other cats.
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If you are interested in adopting Marigold, please submit an application online at www.CatTalesInc.org and a Cat Tales Adoption Application Review Team member will contact you within 72 hours by email to begin processing your application and answer any questions you have.
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