Kitty came into our care after being found abandoned by a member of the public. Following a review by the USPCA veterinary team, Kitty was diagnosed with a condition commonly known as 'wobbly cat'. With the medical term cerebellar hypoplasia, this condition is the result of interrupted brain development and causes uncoordinated movement or ataxia.
We knew that Kitty would need to go to a very special, loving home and an owner that had a great understanding her condition and could provide her with the support she needed. We were so delighted to see her leave our care in the arms of her new owner Nicola and since then, Kitty has developed so well and is bursting full of energy.
We wish Kitty all the happiness in her new home - we think it's safe to say she has stolen Nicola's heart:
“With her condition I expected her to be quite difficult to look after, however, she is the complete opposite! She is so full of energy and ALWAYS running about playing with whatever she can find. She just loves a cuddle and honestly just has such a huge personality! I can’t remember life before her - she has been such a joy and a blessing”