Bonded Brother (grey tabby) & sister (tan tabby) Missy & Elliot, about 7 months old (dob 6/21). Both have Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH) but signs are mild/moderate. They are functional, can get to the litter box, climb cat trees, run around - just shaky on their feet. Update from foster parents 10/6/21: we've been selfish and just enjoying these two little troopers, but they deserve a special home of their own. So let me introduce the dynamic duo, Missy & Elliot. Missy has been diagnosed with Cerebellar Hypoplasia or 'clumsy kitty' and that may be a little off putting to some but it really doesn't set her back AT ALL -moreso just adds to her charm. She requires no special care other than being careful around steps. we carry her because we cannot help but spoil her. In fact, her brother Elliot is much more needy, only from an affection perspective. A super love, he cries if he finds himself in a room alone or cannot find his sister. He has issues with his vision, may be partially blind, but he can get around and play as normal. He LOVES to cuddle in anyone's arms. Hopefully this will accurately highlight their personalities and in particular, Missy's tenacity to thrive. All cats are spayed/neutered, FeLV/FIV tested, microchipped, FVRCP and rabies vaccinated, dewormed, and kept on flea prevention. Indoor homes only. No declawing. Applications at rescueangelssomd.com. If listed, pets are still available.