Meet “Bifford”

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 […]

Dr. Cary Craig – Weighing in on CH & Anesthesia!

Cary CraigHealth Science Associate Clinical ProfessorSurgical & Radiological Sciences UC Davis Veterinary School PART 1      There are no medical contraindications to any anesthetic technique in CH. However, I think there are considerations, particularly with respect to recovery from general anesthesia. My preference would be to use short acting or reversible techniques. Inhalant anesthetics such […]

“Four-On-The-Floor” Rule!

One of the “rules” that I heard upon adopting Bifford was “four-on-the-floor” and all I could think is “what the he!! does that even mean!?” But it makes sense when handling a cerebellar hypoplasia animal and one of the various ways you can ensure their safety! Cat’s usually have no issues with landing on their […]

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Have a special needs animal you want to tell the world about? Have a blog/website/organization pertaining to special needs animals? We want to talk to you! Each month we would like to interview/show case a special needs animal/organization/blog! We cannot fight this good fight alone and we need YOUR HELP! Email us today at Suzi@presidentbifford.com