Living with a Maxwell here at the adorable house of misfits has been a whirlwind of emotions and overall trial and error on things to best help Maxwell thrive. After hearing from various veterinary professionals and pet parents alike on what Maxwell’s official diagnosis was I finally decided to end the debate and scheduled Maxwell […]
Can you imagine this sweet, genuine, affectionate, absolute pure face being returned to the cat shelter three separate times? THREE?! Image him after return to the shelter #1 (the family was “going on vacation and did not want to be bothered with Bifford anymore, as per their surrender form) as he is placed back into […]
About “Bifford” Bifford was born in Chicago, Illinois after his mother was rescued off the streets by a compassionate and patient animal shelter volunteer. Being one of four kittens he was categorized by animal shelter volunteers as “the worst” out of the litter in regards to his cerebellar hypoplasia. When Bifford was a mere 10 […]
With all of the fun little “name generators” on Facebook I felt it was about time we had a “What’s your wobble name?” for fun (and hopefully to generate more “CH” awareness!). Enjoy & have fun!
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A very special THANK YOU to Lola the Rescued Cat for interviewing Bifford on 05/03/2021 (Specially-Abled Pet Day)! Please be sure to “LIKE” Lola on Facebook and check her website out http://www.lolatherescuedcat.com Hello, and Happy Monday! Did you know that today is Specially Abled Pets Day? This special day is celebrated every year on May […]
Below are easy ways to make “snacks” out of your pet’s regular diet! Utilize these tips/tricks to make your own easy snacks using your pets normal pet food! IMPORTANT: All homemade treats need to be stored in a refrigerator no longer than five to seven days to maintain their freshness & prevent spoilage. Homemade treats […]
When I brought Bifford home for the very first time as a “foster” I remember the moment very clearly — it was Tuesday May 13, 2014 and I had NO idea what to expect! I had NEVER had a “special needs” animal let alone a cerebellar hypoplasia cat I was asked by a local cat […]
A very special thank you to Nicole Clausen!!! Be sure to follow her weekly podcast by visiting — www.vetlogic.co/podcast
A very special “THANK YOU” to Catster Magazine & Susan Willett for such an amazing and insightful article about Bifford & his efforts! Make sure you pick up your JAN/FEB 2021 edition of Catster today!!