Wobbles is Ready for Her Close Up in Her Starring Role as Your Next Pet
Hey, there, I’m Wobbles! I’m a very special girl who is looking for a very special home that is willing to accept me for who I am. I’m a spayed black and white domestic shorthair that weighs approximately 4.20 pounds, so I’m on the petite side. The shelter staff at Pima Animal Care Center in Tucson think that I am about 1.7 years old, which makes me still quite young.
Special Needs Pets
Considered a special needs kitty, I have a condition known as cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), also known as wobbly kitten syndrome. It’s a balance issue that boils down to my shaking and having awkward motions when moving around. In other words, I am not really able to walk normally and kind of flop as I move around. Unfortunately, there is no treatment or cure for wobbly kitten/cat syndrome, so kitties like me live with the condition our entire lives.
Don’t worry, though, because it doesn’t hurt me at all, and I am able to adapt and hang out with other cats with no problems whatsoever. To give you an idea of my mobility, I can even climb very short cat trees! I am also able to use the litter box the majority of the time without missing it. Pretty cool, huh?
Adoptable Shelter Animals
I was taken into the shelter on December 17, 2021, and am ready to go home today! If there’s a chance you’re interested in adopting me, you can email my foster at Christinakinsey@gmail.com. Please fill out the following form, and my foster mom will get back to you!
Again, I am currently in foster care but am available for adoption! If you feel that you can’t live without me and are interested in adopting me, you can also email PACC.AdoptAFoster@pima.gov. My ID# is A765258.
National Adopt a Cat Month
If you’re wondering how you can look after a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia before going any further with the adoption process, you can visit this link to get better acquainted with my somewhat peculiar condition.Whizzco