Living with a CH Cat: How to Deal with the Heart Attacks

Living with a CH Cat: How to Deal with the Heart Attacks

Living with a CH Cat: How to Deal with the Heart Attacks A few months ago, I got a call from a fellow cat blogger, Jeanne from Random Felines. Jeanne’s cat, Chanel, has a head tilt and balance issues caused by an ear infection, and she wanted to know how I dealt with the heart attacks. Living with a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia, I knew exactly what she meant by “heart attacks”. You know, that feeling when your heart completely...

Sophie’s Got Some New STICK Moves | #WobblyWednesday

Sophie's Got Some New STICK Moves | #WobblyWednesday

Sophie’s Got Some New STICK Moves | #WobblyWednesday Besides her daddy, Sophie’s most favoritest thing in the world is STICK (the all caps signify her enthusiasm). STICK is what we call all of her wand toys. Sophie has quite a collection: feathery sticks, sticks with little toys on the end, ribbon sticks, retractable sticks, you name it. But hands down, her favorite sticks are the broken ones…. you know, the ones that used to have toys on the end or...

A #WobblyWednesday Update with Radagast the Orange

A #WobblyWednesday Update with Radagast the Orange

A #WobblyWednesday Update with Radagast the Orange It’s been about seven months since the ever-so-sweet and handsome Radagast joined our family. He has fit right in, and now I can’t imagine our family without him. I’m not the only one who feels that way either, thankfully. The rest of the KCC Gang are big Raddy fans too. He is friend to all! Even Delilah, who would prefer to be an only cat, has taken to Raddy. And Kylo Ren, who...

Tricycle and Friends: A #WobblyWednesday Book Review

Tricycle and Friends: A #WobblyWednesday Book Review *Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of the links in this post, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps to cover the cost of keeping my site up and running! Last month, Bobby and I had the privilege of visiting Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast. For those who haven’t read our post (go read it now!), Horse Creek...

Adopt a Less-Adoptable Pet Week | #WobblyWednesday

Adopt a Less-Adoptable Pet Week

Adopt a Less-Adoptable Pet Week | #WobblyWednesday Did you know? According to a recent survey done by Petfinder.com, 95% of rescues have pets they consider to be “less-adoptable” 33% of shelters say they have pets that have been posted on the Petfinder site for 1-2 years 27% say they have had pets who have been posted and waiting for their forever family for more than 2 years So who are these “less-adoptable” animals? They are the disabled ones, the senior...

Meet Hope, the Golden Retriever with Cerebellar Hypoplasia

Our Stay at Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast of Blue Ridge, GA - Hope, CH Dog

Meet Hope, the Golden Retriever with Cerebellar Hypoplasia Last week we enjoyed a memorable and inspiring trip to Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast in the mountains of Blue Ridge, GA. I came across this place purely by chance a few months back. I was searching the cerebellar hypoplasia hashtag on Twitter, looking for cute photos or videos of fellow CH kitties. Though I did find some cute kitties, I also found a post by Horse Creek Stable about Hope,...

Our Stay at Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast of Blue Ridge, GA

Our Stay at Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast of Blue Ridge, GA

Our Stay at Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast of Blue Ridge, GA This past weekend, Bobby and I enjoyed one of the best weekend getaways we’ve had yet. We stayed at a unique bed and breakfast in Blue Ridge, GA called Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast. What makes this B&B so unique? I’m glad you asked… The Story Behind Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast Horse Creek Stable Bed & Breakfast is a 35-acre farm/animal sanctuary nestled in...

The Best Ways to Treat Cerebellar Hypoplasia

The Best Ways to Treat Cerebellar Hypoplasia *Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase through one of the links in this post, I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. This helps to cover the cost of keeping my site up and running! One of the most common questions I get asked about Sophie and cerebellar hypoplasia is if Sophie will get better, and if there is a treatment for cerebellar hypoplasia...

Milton, Forever in Our Hearts | A #WobblyWednesday Tribute & Commentathon

Milton and Me

Milton, Forever in Our Hearts | A #WobblyWednesday Tribute & Commentathon One year ago, we opened up our hearts and home to a very special kitty named Milton. He was a handicat extraordinaire, if there ever was one. Weighing in at half a pound at nine weeks of age, he had several congenital issues going on. At first glance, you might see a tiny little kitten with barely even one eye, a head that had a mouse or possum-like shape...