Find A Pet
Born: April 06, 2021
My litter includes: Bacardi, Tito, Milo and Sissy
“8 kittens were rescued from a hoarding situation and brought to the shelter in a cardboard box. Two of these kittens (Tito and Bacardi) seemed very unsteady. It was determined that they had a condition called Cerebellar hypoplasia. Cerebellar hypoplasia is a condition where the cerebellum of the brain does not develop properly. Since the cerebellum controls fine motor skills, balance and coordination, these kittens tend to be very “wobbly”. They sway from side to side when trying to walk, stand with there legs spread far apart, and have mild head tremors. Since this condition is caused by the brain being underdeveloped, there is no treatment or cure. These kittens can, however, go on to live a full and healthy life. They are not contagious, or in any pain, and over time will adapt to their disability.”
All cats are microchippped, neutered, current on all vaccines, and FeLV/FIV tested at the time of adoption.
All household members and any dogs from the household need to be present at the time of your appointment.
The shelter is currently open by appointment only with an approved application. Please note, all applications are considered general and stay on file for 6 months. Specific animals are NOT put on hold for adoption. When you visit, the adoption counselors will be able to make suggestions based on the type of pet you are looking for and help you find the best fit for your family.
Animal House Shelter cannot guarantee the breeds of the adoptable animals. The animals are posted on the website as the breed or breed mix based on their physical characteristics they most resemble. We also cannot guarantee the ages of our adoptable animals.
We look forward to seeing you soon!