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Hi All,
We have a 7 month boy with moderate CH. He is hands down the sweetest cat I have ever had. His main issues are his head tremors when he gets excited, I have also noticed that is he always very interested in observing what is going on around him. He will just sit with his head cocked to one side watching me do my daily things for hours! He is also quite the eater! You would think he’s starving! But nope, just very intense about his meals lol. The only issue we have had with him is getting him to use his litter box. We have 3 other cats, 1 of which is his mom so he surely knows how to use it, but getting him to use it has been quite the difficulty. Another issue is his breathing. I have noticed when he sleeps he wheezes..yet he is extremely active. Has anyone else ever had a similar issue? He has been doing it for as long as I can remember…I suppose since he is getting fixed next week I will mention it to the vet.

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