This site is for bringing together people who have a pet/pets with cerebellar hypoplasia or other special needs.


 
May 8, 2014

Definition of Cerebellar Hypoplasia

Usually symptoms of cerebellar hypoplasia can be seen immediately at birth in cats, but sometimes can take two months or so to become apparent in dogs. Cerebellar hypoplasia causes jerky movements, tremors and generally uncoordinated motion. The animal often falls down and has trouble walking. Tremors increase when the animal is excited and subside when at ease. [Read more]
November 17, 2022

What I’ve learned so far…

Weeble and Wobble
November 5, 2022

Rumi

Introducing Rumi
August 6, 2022

Milo

This is Milo, he is almost 2! He was born on August 25th of 2020 I was told everyday that he wasn't going to last a week yet here he is, he has been my little buddy for a long time and he is very happy and healthy he loves attention and he loves catnip.