How wonderful for you to care for your kitty! It's a lot of work sometimes, but it's so wonderful of you to care for her. I had a kitty , Belle Starr, that was suspected to have CH, but it was more likely a brain tumor, as it eventually took her to a much better place. I have a kitty now, her litter mate, Annie, that has vestibular ataxia, which is a little similar to CH. She's adapted well to her disabilities and lives her life like a normal kitty with some wobbles. But, our vet said that she wouldn't make it past three weeks, and suggested we not even worry about her, and let nature take it's course. But we didn't listen, and we helped her nurse, and cared for her, and loved her, and she just had her 1st birthday a month ago.
Thank-you so much for caring for your kitty instead of passing her off, or putting her down, like so many people would do. It's so wonderful of you to do!