Cerebellar hypoplasia is a neurological condition that can cause strained mobility, causing cats with this condition to be lovingly referred to as “wobbly cats.” Tippy is one such wobbly cat.
The adorable siamese mix struggles to get from point A to point B without stumbling through her journey, but she is incredibly determined. Rescued by Meow Cat Rescue in Kirkland, WA, Tippy is said to be able to recognize she’s a little different from her peers, but she doesn’t allow that to hold her back!
Her human companions note that she still manages to get around and stays very active. Tippy loves to play, is potty trained (she never lets her disability prevent her from getting to the litter box on time), and simply makes adjustments to compensate for her limitations. This sweet little girl also loves to snuggle! I think I’m in love!
Check Tippy out in the video below!
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