I just adopted a seal-point siamese on Saturday from a crowded cage as well. My b/f called me to tell me they had one but that it had a little problem, his head wobbles! I went to look at him anyway. No one knew what was wrong with it. The owners are breeders and decided to give him away because he is "different". His mother also rejected him because he is "different". I looked up wobbly head online (sorry if it sounds mean but I had no idea what I was looking for), and found Cerebellar Hypoplasia. He is 8 weeks old, beautiful blue eyes and is the sweetest thing ever. Problem is he seems to be toooo dependent on me now. He won't stop crying all night long. Sometimes even if I'm standing right next to him, he can't see me because his head is facing the other direction. He literally walks with his head to the side, he even eats that way. Does anyone have any other info about this condition? He's going to the vet tomorrow to get neutered and to get his first shots. I want to see what the vet has to say...THANKS!
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10/30/06 at 1:09pm