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(YouTube)   This is Charley. He is a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia   ( youtube.com) divider line
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2011-03-06 11:48:42 PM  
:}
 
2011-03-07 12:46:58 AM  
yay. a retarded cat...
 
2011-03-07 12:52:40 AM  
He walks like he was out roping cattle all day. Nice cat though. We adopted a blind cat when I was in high school. His name was Bastard and he was the best cat.
 
2011-03-07 01:28:08 AM  
I want to say, "Poor thing," but he seems to be happy. So good for him!
 
2011-03-07 01:31:59 AM  
It's a (cowboy) kitty!

/I hate people who dress animals in clothing, but that cat needs some spurs and a sheriff's badge.
 
2011-03-07 01:42:53 AM  
Beautiful markings on that one. Seems like he has a good life.

/tabby cats are cool
 
2011-03-07 02:06:33 AM  
My uncle used to walk like that, too. I just figured he had a loaf in his britches. Maybe he had celery hypochondria, too.
 
2011-03-07 02:15:09 AM  
Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww! :D
 
2011-03-07 02:16:11 AM  
Any creature as happy as that is a joy to watch

/Don't let him see a mirror. Can't let him know he's different.
 
2011-03-07 02:45:49 AM  
I'm a dog person, but I must've replayed Charley throwing himself onto his pillow (:30) about a dozen times! I laugh (in a good way) every single time!

Pure adorableness!
 
2011-03-07 02:51:52 AM  
I lol'd. Hard.
 
2011-03-07 03:00:55 AM  
He's wearing invisible kitten mittens.
 
2011-03-07 03:30:28 AM  
Poor kitty, but he looks happy enough.
 
2011-03-07 03:35:10 AM  
John Wayne cat is adorable.
 
2011-03-07 04:22:14 AM  
Likes
 
2011-03-07 06:48:20 AM  
Someone has obviously been giving that cat one too many night caps.


www.swapmeetdave.com
 
2011-03-07 07:04:31 AM  
Charley says, Always tell your mommy before you go off somewhere.

mewrrr rrrw rrrw mewrrr rrrw rwww mewrrr rwww rrw rrrw rrrw rrrww rrw
 
2011-03-07 07:18:19 AM  

RidersOfLohan: Charley says, Always tell your mommy before you go off somewhere.

mewrrr rrrw rrrw mewrrr rrrw rwww mewrrr rwww rrw rrrw rrrw rrrww rrw


A little bit of base.... A little bit of bounce...
 
2011-03-07 07:56:22 AM  
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Already filling out the paperwork to provide that cat a grant.
 
2011-03-07 08:11:02 AM  
i632.photobucket.com

/first thing I thought of.
 
2011-03-07 08:20:31 AM  
I thought my cat had that once. He had recurring feline vestibular disorder, though. Same basic symptoms. Reminded me of living with perpetually drunk college roommates.
 
2011-03-07 09:05:37 AM  
Does it make me a bad person because I laughed like a madman when he fell into his bed?
 
2011-03-07 09:17:50 AM  

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2011-03-07 09:20:12 AM  
Im not a huge fan of cats, but that thing looks hilarious!
 
2011-03-07 09:29:10 AM  
That cant aint gonna sneak up on shiat stompin around like bigfoot!

/Cool Cat Bro
 
2011-03-07 10:08:22 AM  

Intelligent_Donkey: It's a (cowboy) kitty!

/I hate people who dress animals in clothing, but that cat needs some spurs and a sheriff's badge.


My fark is complete.
 
2011-03-07 10:19:16 AM  

discgolfguru: I thought my cat had that once. He had recurring feline vestibular disorder, though. Same basic symptoms. Reminded me of living with perpetually drunk college roommates.


That's my girl "Thumbs", or something like it. Went into some kind of vestibular event, coded twice and took three weeks of 24 hour care but she pulled through. Not sure whether it was the vestibular part or the crashing twice that did it (hypoxia), but she's not quite right either. She earned the nickname "Exorcist Kitty" for the way she can swivel her head around. Screams like a banshee when she can't find you and has a purr like a Volkswagon. Oldest daughter permanently moved out a month ago and took Thumbs with her. I miss both of them, but damn it's been quiet here without my oddball companion. I like the drunk roomie analagy. Perfect description.
 
2011-03-07 10:51:03 AM  
A kitty that loves to play and staggers around like a total drunk? Surely it will join the squirrel as a Fark mascot.
 
2011-03-07 11:19:17 AM  
I can has derp?
 
2011-03-07 01:10:43 PM  
Most often caused by the mother cat being vaccinated (for the feline parvo virus/PanLeukopenia) with the kittens still in utero. Can also be from the mother having PanLeuk while prego. The result is cats with poor fine motor skills. Otherwise, totally normal kitties!

/Im a vet... sorry, for getting technical-like
 
2011-03-07 01:12:36 PM  

Wonderduck: Does it make me a bad person because I laughed like a madman when he fell into his bed?


I hope not, because I don't wanna be a bad person either.

BTW, if anybody's got skills, I'd love a gif of :30-32. PlEEEze?
 
2011-03-07 01:46:58 PM  
Totally cool side note: The red-headed guy in the video is Stephen Kearin, a great comic actor/improviser and one of the creators/voice actors of Simlish, the language of The Sims.

/what a swell cat!
 
2011-03-07 01:55:31 PM  

windbag: My uncle used to walk like that, too. I just figured he had a loaf in his britches. Maybe he had celery hypochondria, too.


Came here for the "kid in Wal-Mart who just shiat his pants and is trying to find Mommy" reference.

Your uncle = close enough
 
2011-03-07 02:34:47 PM  
The Josh Blue of cats. Awesome!
 
2011-03-07 05:04:52 PM  
Wobblecat!
 
2011-03-07 06:02:55 PM  
That cat walks like he just got raped by a great dane.
 
2011-03-07 06:15:21 PM  
What music is that?
 
2011-03-07 06:16:42 PM  

Wonderduck: Does it make me a bad person because I laughed like a madman when he fell into his bed?


Reminded me of me on a bender.
 
2011-03-07 06:17:34 PM  

INeedAName: Im not a huge fan of cats, but that thing looks hilarious delicious!


FTFM
 
2011-03-07 07:18:56 PM  
Video uses Papyrus as its primary typeface. We're having your cat put down.
 
2011-03-07 07:39:11 PM  

wiredroach: Video uses Papyrus as its primary typeface. We're having your cat put down.


You're able to identify the typeface Papyrus. We're putting you down.
 
2011-03-07 08:03:37 PM  
My kitty Lucius has that. He's the happiest cat, but he is a jerk:(

QUIT PEEING NOT IN YOUR LITTERBOX!
 
2011-03-07 09:38:02 PM  
Yeah, sure, but when I giggle or make cutsie-sounding "awwwww" noises when people with this disease go walking by, I'm the bad guy.
 
2011-03-07 09:38:36 PM  

umdvm: Most often caused by the mother cat being vaccinated (for the feline parvo virus/PanLeukopenia) with the kittens still in utero. Can also be from the mother having PanLeuk while prego. The result is cats with poor fine motor skills. Otherwise, totally normal kitties!

/Im a vet... sorry, for getting technical-like


So that means we know how to make more of these? I'll take 2.
 
2011-03-07 09:45:35 PM  

wiredroach: Video uses Papyrus as its primary typeface. We're having your cat put down.


I feel the same way about font nerds.
 
2011-03-07 09:45:47 PM  

stev6801: umdvm: Most often caused by the mother cat being vaccinated (for the feline parvo virus/PanLeukopenia) with the kittens still in utero. Can also be from the mother having PanLeuk while prego. The result is cats with poor fine motor skills. Otherwise, totally normal kitties!

/Im a vet... sorry, for getting technical-like

So that means we know how to make more of these? I'll take 2.


A cat's lifetime of entertainment.

/lots of snooty cats out there that can't hold a candle to adorably clumsy cats like this one.
 
2011-03-07 10:45:26 PM  
Stop farking your cat.

//please
 
2011-03-07 11:00:40 PM  
We saw a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia at a Petsmart a couple weeks ago. Cute little girl, looked like our TC Kitty, up for adoption. Her name was Sara Bellar.

/would've taken her in a heartbeat if we didn't already have four
//she'd fit right in with us
///we're not exactly graceful either
 
2011-03-08 01:20:31 AM  

umdvm: Most often caused by the mother cat being vaccinated (for the feline parvo virus/PanLeukopenia) with the kittens still in utero. Can also be from the mother having PanLeuk while prego. The result is cats with poor fine motor skills. Otherwise, totally normal kitties!

/Im a vet... sorry, for getting technical-like


huh. and I'm just listening to a radio show about how (human) vaccines are dangerous. thanks for the infos.
 
2011-03-08 01:34:25 AM  
At first I was all "Awwww," but then after the thing about cats like him getting 'destroyed' then I "Boo-hoo'd."

/really... destroyed? Why do we use this term when talking about euthanising domestic animals?
 
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