I was wondering if anybody has any experience of this? I posted a few weeks ago about my concern for my 6 month old kitten that weighs just under 2lbs. Since my last post she has been backwards and forwards to the vets. They initially thought it could a be liver shunt, meaning her liver wasn't functioning so she wasn't absorbing food / proteins, she had bile acid tests and it seems everything is functioning correctly. She is in good general health. Lily has now been referred to a specialist centre, we went the other day and the specialist is now thinking she could be a pituitary dwaf cat, which is very very rare, he and all the other specialists in the centre have never seen a case of it in over 30 years experience. Tests are now underway, which take a month to get the results, to see if Lily has any growth hormone. It is all pointing to this, she still has kitten fur although is now just under 7 months old which is another main sympton. If it does come back she is a pituitary dwarf then she may only live 3 - 4 years so basically we'll have a kitten for the next 3 - 4 years. We are obviously upset that we won't have her for the next 15 years as we'd hoped but hoping that at least the next 3 - 4 years she may live happily and healthily. The vet was joking that if she stays this size we may end up owning the smallest cat in the world!! she's such a beautiful little kitty, not been a minute's trouble, beautifully natured, a total lap cat who loves to snuggle, we love her so much!