Born with a neurological disease, this cat is with a communicative joie de vivre.
Despite health problems, this cat quickly integrated into his new family, helped by pets.
Roberta, a 9-year-old cat with cerebellar hypoplasia, shows a wobbly gait. Her illness does not cause pain or affect her life expectancy, said Asa, a volunteer foster mother who opened her home for her.
The cat was entrusted to the AWLA (Arlington Animal Welfare League), which is based in Virginia. It didn’t take long for her to reveal her sweet personality to her owners.
Although she is thin and unhealthy, she is friendly and affectionate with everyone she meets. Roberta seemed delighted, responding to the dog’s “kisses” with affectionate purrs and purrs.
All other animals in the house are kind to him. His relative Yuzu made it his mission to wash him every day. However, a special bond unites Roberta and Cohn, who have become inseparable.