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Vet Wanted To Euthanize This Special Kitten. Now He Won’t Stop Purring In Woman’s Pocket

Treatment depends on the severity of the symptoms. The goal of treatment is to minimize damage to the brain by removing some of the excess fluid.

According to, this can be done with medications, or if there is a tumor causing the blockage, surgery can be done to remove the tumor. Left untreated, the prognosis is poor.

Kittens born with hydrocephalus do respond well to treatments and can live a full life. Roger has a strong will to live. Roger also has a strong love for snuggling! Thankfully, Roger has been treated and is on his way to a full, happy life full of snuggles and purrs!

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