WINSTON was born about 2006 and has Cerebellar Hypoplasia. He only has it very mildly. He can walk, play, run and jump. He is very affectionate, and acts very kitten-like for his age. He has a lovely sunny personality and he loves attention and being stroked. He loves to roll over on his back to have his belly stroked. The condition he has only affects his reactions to situations and he can be very nervous around new people. Due to his slow reactions and nervousness he will sometimes panic and his legs will make him run in the wrong direction to where his brain is telling him to go. When he is picked up he will shake due to Cerebellar Hypoplasia, but if held close to the body when picked up he will settle. When he was a kitten he permanently shook and wobbled, and would run into things. As he has got older his condition has really improved. The vets are very happy with him, he takes no medication and is expected to live a long and happy life with love and care.  Rehomed by Paws for Life.
WOTSIT was born about 2004. He is a playful boy and he came to Paws for Life  because he scratched a child by accident.
WOODY was found wandering the street trying to find a home for himself. He was born about July 2012. Rehomed by Paws for Life. WILLOW was found wandering around the streets unable to find her way home. A pair of glimmering eyes shine out of the dark as she hides in her box. She is a stunning black moggy, born about 2008-9. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
WILSON, formerly Heathcliffe, needed a new home when his owners split up. He was born in 2002. He is a Chocolate Burmese, and is a very handsome boy. Rehomed by Paws for Life.
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