|Stog - 2007-08-07 |
Motor skill problems = 300% cuter
Poor kitty. He's like a walking AFV segment.
|Hugo Gorilla - 2007-08-07 |
That cat walks like a cowboy!
|zatojones - 2007-08-07 |
I would have named him Stompy
|Operation Cornflakes - 2007-08-07 |
This is beautiful.
|Camonk - 2007-08-07 |
I know these words get thrown around here a lot, especially when kitties are involved, but: That was the cutest thing I've ever seen.
|Merzbau - 2007-08-07 |
Charley curled up with the second cat was adorable beyond belief.
|jangbones - 2007-08-07 |
Christ almighty. This cat is awesome.
|Frostilicus - 2007-08-07 |
PIMP AWAY, KITTY. also, I'm sort of tired of hearing 'DESTROYED' when they refer to vets getting rid of cats. Kind of implies F-14s or magic arrows or some larger means involved. How about 'EXECUTED'?
|mouser - 2007-08-07 |
Perhaps the vet simply misplaced a thermometer.
|Gill_Sans - 2007-08-07 |
If only more cats were retarded stomp cats...
|Killer Joe - 2007-08-07 |
This disease (also seen in dogs) involves issues with the cerebrum, or the bump of brain tissue behind the spinal cord. That part of the brain involves the fine tuning of muscle movements, so that even the smallest move would turn into a stomp. It is also super cute in animals.
|Xiphias - 2007-08-07 |
Charley has a walking problem
Charley, you have a walking problem
|fredfrankel - 2007-08-07 |
CHARLEY STOMP! CHARLEY STOMP STOMP STOMP and hugz
|Afgh - 2007-08-07 |
The only bad thing about this is that someone will eventually rate it less than 5 stars. Fuck that theoretical person.
|Ersatz - 2007-08-07 |
My new goal: an army of cats with cerebellar hypoplasia.
|Noober - 2007-08-07 |
My vet has a cat like that
His name is Oops
|yoyo1 - 2007-08-07 |
Downside is: this cat is a walking zoophile bait.
"Your honor, it had such a suggestive walk..."
|A Jumping Spider! - 2007-08-08 |
Secret invisible sixth star for Noober's comment
|glasseye - 2007-08-08 |
Awwww. Happy kitty.
|Feyd - 2007-08-09 |
Charley should have been named John Wayne. Adorably tragic.
|Afgh - 2007-08-10 |
OK, WHO DID IT? WHO FUCKING DID IT?
Seriously. That person should be fucking banned.
|tamago - 2007-08-12 |
SOMEONE RATED THIS LESS THAN FIVE STARS?
I hope your family is tortured and murdered in front of you, jackass.
|spork865 - 2007-08-12 |
I enjoyed it!
|Caminante Nocturno - 2007-08-13 |
Oh, kitty cat!
|tamago - 2007-08-15 |
I watch this every day, and every time it makes me realize there's still plenty of good left in this world.
|Jeff Fries - 2007-08-17 |
Needs more of the funny walking
|fluffy - 2007-08-17 |
I want a cat with cerebellar hypoplasia.
|Konversekid - 2007-08-18 |
I am sure if you stuck something in any other cat's ass it would do the exact same thing.
Someone should edit this into a "don't rape your cat" PSA.
|Hooper_X - 2007-08-18 |
That is a precious fucking baby. I want to cuddle him.
|ztc - 2007-08-18 |
Love his parking technique at -1:30
|Vicious - 2007-08-20 |
|Xenocide - 2007-08-29 |
Charley is my hero.
|Aeschylus - 2007-09-14 |
I miss my cats...
|j lzrd / swift idiot - 2007-09-24 |
This SHOULDN'T be sad, and I should be happy for little Charley, since he's a fine and dandy stomp-stomp kitty, but somehow, it brings tears! Why this wetness 'pon mine cheeks?
j lzrd / swift idiot
Well, the hypothesis has been proven consistently. I can watch this video over and over, and each and every time, I sniffle a little, and my tear ducts activate.
Charley evokes the same reaction as thinking of good ol' Oolong the balancing-rabbit.
|You Got Skruud - 2007-10-17 |
Is it horrible to think that cats would be a lot cooler in general if more of them had cerebellar hypoplasia?
I don't think it is.
|bac - 2007-11-09 |
five for the video plus, whatever else for the comments, and a big giant middle finger for the four star motherfucker.
What does the worthless cocksucker who gave this one star get?
|afp3683 - 2007-11-28 |
I get angry every time I see the Papyrus font.
however, I will still 5 star this, for the cat.
papyrus is like comic sans for the ren faire crowd.
|Frank Rizzo - 2007-11-28 |
I lost it with pure laughter when he fell in the cat bed.
everyone in the computer lab looked at me all weird.
|Syd Midnight - 2008-01-01 |
I knew a cat like that. My dyke friend had to physically throw him away to drive her truck, it'd take him forever to run back. One day she forgot to throw him and he got run over. She shot him to put him out of his misery, but made me come over to bury him. Digging a kitten's grave is uniquely depressing. So um.. don't let your cereberal palsy kitten go near trucks, okay?
He was the only cat I've ever known who literally gave hugs. So burying him was tons of fun. :(
|phalsebob - 2008-01-14 |
|Borborygmus - 2008-02-10 |
He's got a disease that makes him EVEN CUTER.
They're evolving beyond us gentlemen. Soon we will no longer be the dominant species on this planet.
Also, i had a kitten that would sleep with his siblings like that, with one arm over them. Cutest thing ever, even without cerebellar hypoplasia.
|Paranatural - 2008-05-04 |
It usually takes a decent amount of vodka for my cats to start walking like this.
|Tuan Jim - 2008-06-21 |
|Billie_Joe_Buttfuck - 2008-09-20 |
WANT WANT WANT
|Vivienne - 2008-11-03 |
|joelkazoo - 2009-01-20 |
You'd have to be a real heartless bastard not to like this!
|Wombles - 2009-04-11 |
Is there someway to induce Cerebelar Hypolasia in otherwise normal cats? (heavy metal poisoning, severe oxygen deprivation, etc)
I'm just thinking, I could double or perhaps triple the funness of my sisters cats. It would be purrrr-fect for her birthday coming up!
|thebaronsdoctor - 2009-07-15 |
That cat walks the walk, but can he talk the talk?
|Dirtchamber - 2009-09-13 |
Needs belt + revolver.
|Sacks5thAvenButt - 2009-12-08 |
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