New to Feline Cerebellar Hypoplasia? Start Here.
Thankfully, cerebellar hypoplasia has become more well known throughout the past few years, so there’s a good deal of information about it online.
Nevertheless, you may have a number of questions and don’t know where to start. If so, here’s a quick guide to what you need to know:
- What Is Feline Cerebellar Hypoplasia? (Includes how a cat contracts CH and more)
- My Cat Was Just Diagnosed With Cerebellar Hypoplasia. Now What?
- A Post For New CH Cat Parents
- How & When Can You Tell If A Cat Has CH? (Includes when a cat contracts CH)
- Feline Panleukopenia & Cerebellar Hypoplasia: What You Need to Know
- How Is CH Diagnosed?
- From Mild To Severe: The Varying Degrees Of Cerebellar Hypoplasia
- How Many Kittens In A Litter Can Have Cerebellar Hypoplasia?
- An Introduction To The Cat Cerebellum
- What Are Cerebellar Hypoplasia Head Tremors?
- Can CH Be Prevented?
- Can CH Cats Improve?
- Can A Cat’s Cerebellar Hypoplasia Worsen?
- Proof that Your Cat’s CH May Improve Over Time
- Cerebellar Hypoplasia Lingo 101: What does it mean?
Please keep in mind that not all wobbly cats are CH cats. You can find out more information here:
Have A CH Cat And Need Advice?
No problem! Check out the “Tags” to the right of this post to learn more by topic. Alternatively, you can also use this CH Topics & Tips page as a starting point.
Have a question? Either leave a comment or feel free to contact me.
You may also enjoy reading other readers’ stories about their CH cats.
If you have a CH cat, we’d love to hear from you! Contact us and tell us about your CH cat!
Looking To Adopt?
Check out this list of adoptable cerebellar hypoplasia cats.
Not sure if you should adopt a CH cat? Take a look at these 10 reasons why you should.
Also be sure to check out the CH Kitty Club, the CH Kitty Club’s Yahoo Group and the Facebook Cerebellar Hypoplasia Cats & Kittens Page
I hope this helps — and I look forward to getting to know you!