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Cats owned: 3 American Short , Manx, Munchkin
Join Date: Jun 2015
Location: North Jersey, US
Posts: 6
30-11-2015, 05:06 AM   #1

About the "Wobblies", Special Needs Kitties

If you are in rescue groups or just at a shelter at the right time. A bit about "Wobblies", that is brain challenged enough that even walking is affected. We had Frankenkitty a bit more than a year. She could feed herself and use the litter box by instinct. Walking was kind of walk and stumble. She couldn't bathe herself and a groomer clipped her claws monthly.
A very special girl, died of natural causes at close to two years old. But really they can live a short but quality life. Don't give up on them. She lived with a dog and several old cats. They all helped in her care. Dear Frank RIP

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