Robotic and Staggering Cats, a new neurological disease, not science fiction


BJ Bangs is an established journalist, photographer, and an aspiring author. She loves everything about cats, including writing about them.

5 Responses

  1. Howdy! I really like your blog!! I will definitely return soon.

  2. Jim says:

    We lost a tuxedo cat, Starbuck, before he was 3 to FIP. Not a pleasant way to die. We were devastated.

    • BJ Bangs says:

      I also lost my Tubby, less than two years old, to FIP. It was like all of a sudden, he disappeared and hid, and two days later, he hardly could walk. I took him to a specialist and put him on steroids. He improved for a week or so, but then it was all downhill. It’s absolutely devastating. His brother who also came from the shelter is still doing fine, some four years later.

  3. Wow – who’d have thought? My very old poodle got canine dementia at 16. It was sad but also funny – she’d be in mid-step and she’d freeze. it was like she couldn’t remember where she was going, so she just stopped. and since she was blind, she couldn’t look around to figure it out. poor thing.

    • BJ Bangs says:


      At least she had a good mom who was taking good care of her. I can just picture her stopping not knowing where she was going. Some days, I feel like that…now what was I looking for??

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