Christine Weber Bouldin was serving in Afghanistan back in 2008 when a very special little kitten came into her life and changed it for the better. “I’d never seen a cat like that,” the woman told PEOPLE. “I felt so sorry for her.
She couldn’t stand up and would flip over.” Turned out the feline had Cerebellar Hypoplasia (CH), a non-progressive disease that affects motor skills.
That’s why the kittie wobbles when he walks. Bouldin named the cat Felix, and fell so in love with her, she decided to do everything to take the kittie back home…
She paid a driver $300 to pick up Felix from their base and transport her to Constable’s pet shelter in Kabul, which was supposed to look after the kittie until Bouldin could fly the cat to the States. Go To Next Page To See More