Hanna stumbled upon a video featuring an absolutely charming kitten with striking blue eyes. She couldn’t resist adopting the adorable feline into her home, especially since she was a veterinary technician and felt she could provide the care the cat needed, as it suffered from cerebral hypoplasia. It wasn’t until sometime later that Hanna discovered another exceptional trait about her new four-legged companion.
Hannah opted to call her fluffy companion Tipsy as a tribute to his wobbly behavior. The cat often found it challenging to maintain balance on his feet, leading to occasional tumbles or stumbles. His movements were very much akin to that of an inebriated person, prompting Hannah to find some humor in the situation by dubbing him Tipsy.
An unexpected guest arrived at Hanna’s house in the form of a small two-month-old kitten. Although she knew that the kitten was suffering from cerebral hypoplasia, she made it her top priority to give him a comfortable and happy home. As she examined the kitten more closely, however, she noticed something unusual about his eyes.
Despite this discovery, the kitten proved to be intelligent and quickly adapted to his new surroundings. He didn’t need much exercise and was content living in his cage. However, Hanna later learned that the kitten, whom she had named Tipsy, was actually blind – a condition that the shelter had overlooked.
Hanna observed that her beloved pet, Tipsy, was unsteady on his feet, and paid no attention to the toys she enticed him with. Initially, she suspected that hypoplasia might be the cause, but later discovered that Tipsy was blind. However, despite this setback, Tipsy quickly adapted to his condition and Hannah believed that he would eventually learn to move confidently without stumbling. To her, Tipsy did not feel any different from any other kitten, and enjoyed playing just as much. He delighted in chasing after the dogs in the house and was grateful for all the affection and care showered on him by his owner.
Whenever people catch a glimpse of Tipsy, the visually impaired feline who has difficulty getting around, they tend to experience sympathy and may even be moved to tears. But Hanna is positive that Tipsy will flourish as she ensures he receives attentive care and plenty of affection.
We’re thrilled to hear that Tipsy has been linked with an amazing caretaker who will provide him with companionship and prevent him from experiencing feelings of loneliness or melancholy!