This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend… And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Ralphee is an adorable and playful little kitten, like any other of its kind. But Ralphee is different — he was born with a rare neurological disorder called feline cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), better known as “wobbly cat syndrome”, which causes her to walk in an unusual way — unsteadily and sometimes leaping around.

Well, luckily for Ralphee, she has Max, a cattle dog, who watches over her in their home in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. The duo present a simply irresistible and heartwarming sight. (Scroll down for the video.)

1. Ralphee and Max.

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

2. Ralphee the pretty tabby cat (pictured) can be seen waggling her head and sometimes jumping around uncontrollably because a neurological disorder colloquially known as ‘wobbly cat syndrome’ but is happy in the company of a cattle dog called Max (pictured right).

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

3. Ralphee and Max.

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

4. Ralphee has a neurological disorder called feline cerebellar hypoplasia (CH), which causes her to walk in an unusual way and wobble her head, but Max the dog watches over her.

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

6. Symptoms of the disorder include: falling over for no apparent reason, a prancing, or high stepping walk and a general lack of balance, which can make it difficult for cats like Ralphee (pictured) to climb stairs. Cats with the syndrome usually form close bonds with humans and animal companions like Max (also pictured).

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

7. Ralphee’s owner says she is happy, loves affection and causes trouble wherever she goes, Max the dog is protective over his feline friend.

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

8. Kittens with ‘wobbly cat syndrome’ have normal levels of intelligence, although they are often more dependent on humans and other animals, like Max (pictured), with whom they build strong bonds.

This Brain Damaged Kitten Has Found A New Friend... And A Caretaker. It Will Warm Your Heart!

Source: The Daily Mail.

And here is the video:

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