I'm sorry to hear of this with Coco. There are a number of considerations in such a kitten...
1) An overall weakness as would be seen with profound anemia. Please check her gums and tongue. They should be nicely pink...not whitish (anemia).
2) Cerebellar hypoplasia. This describes a poorly developed cerebellum - one of the parts of the brain controlling balance. Cerebellar hypoplasia usually arises if the kitten's mother was exposed to the panleukopenia virus while pregnant with Coco.
3) Another birth defect in the brain - hydrocephalus ("water on the brain"), e.g.
4) Infection in her central nervous system as seen with toxoplasmosis or the FIP virus.
Please have Coco's vet take a look a Coco. A thorough physical exam is the first step in clarifying why Coco is symptomatic in that manner. Please respond with further questions or concerns if you wish.
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