So, I’ve got these two guys here today who seem to have been
hitting the bottle a little too hard lately. Barely able to stand up straight, these guys are …
Well, once again, MomFOD has forgotten to give me some important details. It seems these two are not, in fact, drunk. Rather, they have something called Cerebellar Hypoplasia. Have you heard of this? Many people haven’t. It’s a problem that appears in animals whose cerebellums aren’t completely formed at birth, making it difficult for them to maintain balance or stand up appropriately.
Let’s meet Max Honcho and Jax Poncho. Unfortunately, their mother was vaccinated just a month prior to giving birth, which may have lead to the malformation of their cerebellums. Two of the kittens were born healthy out of the litter and these two have CH. Since they’ve always been this way, it doesn’t seem to distress them in any way. As they get older, like other CH cats, they’ll learn to use the walls and other furniture to help right themselves.
Jax and Max are about a year and a half old now and are looking for a good home. Now, I still think they’d be great to have at parties. They may end up with lamp shades on their heads, though it would be through no fault of their own.
If you’d like to meet these guys, contact Tree House immediately! You can even come into the lobby and see them doing their little dance all around the room. Bring music and, I swear to you, instant party.
PS! Check out our newest video “Slow Motion CATastrophes,” starring Louie and Sprinkle and ME. MEMEME.