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Q. My cat has had 3 known seizers in the past week that last for around 2 mins. Then loss of balance and seems to be blinded for a few mins and drunk j

A. Please have your cat seen by a veterinarian to determine the cause of the seizures. Seizures can be caused by underlying illness or toxicity. If they are caused by a neurological condition, your cat may be able to be medicated to reduce the occurrence of the seizures.

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PAULA SIMONS



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