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In shelter Cat

Philadelphia, PA, 19106
Pet name:
Domestic Short Hair
The purest definition of a Crush -- one look and youre hooked! With more than enough affection to share, Crush will literally be leaning on you for support and love! We mean it too, since Crush has a moderate case of CH, or cerebellar hypoplasia, otherwise known as wobbly cat syndrome. Considering that she was found fending for herself outside with this condition, Crush is in excellent health and doesnt have the hardest time getting and just needs to sometimes REALLY concentrate on what she needs to do, so that kind of makes her more of a Jedi than anything.

Because her CH is more than a mild case, Crush will need to live in an experienced cat home with someone who is equipped to help keep her safe and healthy. Shell need a fully "baby proofed" space, no stairs of other areas where she has a risk of falling and being injured as she cant always control herself and often needs to prop herself up on walls and surfaces. Cats with cerebellar hypoplasia also tend to LOVE being held and cuddles, and Crush falls under that as well, so youll get plenty of those cuddle sessions in as a reward for your love!

Age: ~3 years old
How I came to PAWS: Found Stray
Animal ID#: A52568

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