This wobbly kitten will stumble straight into your heart
Meet Jellybean the kitten, who is looking for a place to call home.
Jellybean has cerebellar hypoplasia, where the cerebellum doesn't completely form by the time she's born, so she wobbles and flops around and can't walk properly.
But that doesn't stop Jellybean from living her life to the fullest! In fact, many cats with her condition live long and happy lives.
“She’s an incredibly happy animal,” Samantha Brody, development manager at Social Tees Animal Rescue -- the New York City nonprofit currently caring for Jellybean -- told The Huffington Post. “She wants to play constantly, chasing after toys, strings… She really wants nothing more than to be in your lap.”
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Jellybean is having a blast in her foster home! You may remember this little special needs kitten from our posts just before the holidays -- she's got a condition called Cerebellar Hypoplasia, where the cerebellum doesn't completely form by the time she's born, so she wobbles and flops around and can't walk properly. Many cats with this condition live long happy lives, so our fingers are crossed that this kitty will be lucky with the right care and attention. She LOVES human affection and could sit in your lap literally all day long if you'd let her. She eats like a pig and is fine with other animals. She NEEDS A FOREVER FAMILY, and she would do best with someone who is home a lot and ideally whas wall to wall carpeting, and maybe some baby proofing to cover up sharp corners so she doesn't hit her head. If you're interested in giving this awesome little kitten a home, email email@example.com for an application! #adoptme #adoptdontshop #kitten #blackkitten #specialneeds #specialneedskitten #rescued #rescuekitten #animalrescue #cerebellarhypoplasia #pleasehelp #happy #happiness #playtime #love #compassion #socialtees #socialteesnyc #straypride
Jellybean loves human attention, but also loves other cats and dogs.
Right now, this wobbly black cat is sitting in a foster home, but the rescue wants to find her a furever home.
Ideally, they'd want to have Jellybean adopted into a home that has experience with CH, but anyone who is willing to put in the time and love to care for her would be great as well.
Just remember, adopt don't shop!
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