You've heard of tippytaps -- you've heard of slammywhammies -- now, enjoy nervysquervies! Sometimes, critters are doing strange or cute things because of disease, or residual effects of past disease. It's okay to celebrate how cute they are, but also important to take opportunities to educate each other about how illness/disability can affect animal behavior. This is a sub for sharing WHOLESOME/HAPPY posts about odd/cute behavior in animals who are living with medical issues (neuro or other).
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