And guess what? Today we have a bit of a surprise. Which furbaby around here would you last expect to see starring in our Sunday Selfie post? If you answered active and ever blurry Eddy, you guessed it. That's right, none other than Eddy actually snapped a selfie to share with you all!
Want to see it? Here it is!
Now, for those who don't know or might not remember, Eddy came to me as a kitten with a neurological disorder. Back then, she would spin in circles, tip over, and stumble, on top of having facial nerve paralysis and a severe head tilt. Eddy no longer spins in circles or tips over when walking, not in the least. But, she still has her head tilt and her facial nerve paralysis, which gives here a permanent little snaggle tooth, which you see her proudly displaying in her selfie there. Oh, and for the record, this here momma of hers happens to think that Eddy's head tilt and snaggle tooth are downright adorable.
As most of you know, Eddy most often (as in, almost exclusively) offers up blurry shots best suited for a blooper reel. Don't worry, though, Eddy has not put her usual ways behind way. In true Eddy style, this active little lady also has a blurry selfie to share.
Now that's more like it.
Happy Sunday, everybuddy!
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If you have any concern that your furbaby is suffering from a neurological ailment, do not hesitate to seek veterinary care, as in such cases time is of the essence. Neurological abnormalities can signify serious medical emergencies, and they can manifest as symptoms such as a head tilt, dilated pupils, nystagmus (side to side movement of the eyes), other changes to facial features, stumbling, and spinning in circles. Symptoms such as these can be the result of traumatic injury, poisoning, certain infections and cancers, and a number of other serious conditions. If you observe any of these or other concerning signs in your kitty or pup, seek veterinary care as soon as possible.