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How Animals Can Help Children With Disabilities

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Back in 2013, I unintentionally adopted the perfect cat for my family. At the time, I was simply looking for a companion for my other cat so she would (hopefully) adjust well to the birth of my first child.

Shortly after adopting this cat, though, we learned that our sweet Bruce likely has cerebellar hypoplasia, a neurological disorder that can cause sudden jerky movements, loss of balance, and uncoordinated motion in cats.

While owning a cat with a disability wasn’t a huge deal initially, it became a sort of “happy accident” when my youngest daughter received a cerebral palsy diagnosis in 2018.

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