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Q. Hi my name is Maria I'm concern about my cat his not eating he vomits white foam and he twitches his left side I'm worry what do I do ?

A. You need to see your vet as soon as possible. If this is a new problem and has only occurred today then I would be concerned about toxicity. These needs immediate veterinary treatment by your vet or emergency vet. If it has been going on for some time I would be concerned about tumours or brain lesions. This also needs veterinary treatment sooner rather than later.

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