It was late at night when she was found as a stray, wearing a collar and sweater, but no further identification. She bore the signs of a neurological problem. Blood tests did not find any remarkable evidence of problems but our veterinarian suggested she may have “intention tremors”. According to the medical dictionary, it is a tremor that occurs during the performance of precise voluntary movements, caused by disorders of the cerebellum or its connections.
She is a sweetheart who we discovered is housebroken. When holding her or cupping your hand under her chin, she stands and moves perfectly normal. Our name for this delightful youngster is Dreidel – as she can spin and prance. Won’t you let Dreidel dance her way into your home? File TF-58105-F (Medical Dept.-Newark)
Please contact us if you could give a forever home to this loving little girl.