Pat has found a home!
Pat has cerebellar hypoplasia, a neurological condition which is sometimes knows as Wobbly Cat Syndrome. It has various causes, including a mother with distemper, bacterial or viral infections, injury, or malnutrition. Pat doesn't realize he has special needs and has learned to compensate for his unsteady, wobbly gait. Although he may stumble and tip over, he gets where he wants to go.
Pat's condition will not improve, nor will it get worse. The lifespan of a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia is the same as that of other cats. He is not in pain, requires no medicines or special food, and his mobility is good. Pat uses a litter box without problems.
He is getting acquainted with his new buddy, Smokey, also a rescue, and life is good!