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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Cat

Hoover , AL, 35226
Pet name:
Domestic Medium Hair
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY - It will be tempting to want this cutie pie just based off of his picture. And he is as sweet and adorable as he looks. However, Jay (and his brother PB) have Cerebellar Hypoplasia, also known as CH or wobbly kitty syndrome. They are a moderate to severe case. What this means is they have fairly constant tremors and their mobility is compromised in that they are likely to fall down often. But they always pops right back up. CH kitties do not know he is any different than any other kitten. They are not in any pain or suffering of any kind. They just need a few modifications to the environment. For example, carpeted surfaces are easier for them. No stairs due to fall danger. They are able to use the litterbox. Jay would make a wonderful addition to a family. But that family will need to have an understanding of his needs and able to adapt an environment to keep him safe for what should be a long life. Given that he is moderate to severe a family with CH experience is preferred. Check out for more information about this disorder.Available for adoption from Kitty Kat Haven and Rescue
Hoover, AL 35226


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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