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I can't Pronounce it Either.
Cerebellar hypoplasia is a condition where part of the cerebellum is not completely developed. It is not progressive, and is not a directly painful condition. Symptoms maybe include: Head bobbing (Dexter displayed this a lot as a kitten, and currently whenever he gets excited), limb tremors, unsteadiness or clumsiness, as well as the inability to judge distance. These symptoms may improve slightly as the affected animal figures out ways to compensate for their condition.
For more information, visit: Cerebellar Hypoplasia in Cats