Well now all the fosters are doing great, the little runt has figured out this feeding thing, ands getting pudgy like the rest of the litter. BUT< last night at 4 a.m. my daughter woke me because her 1 1/2 yr old cat was having a full blown siezure! She is taking her to the vet this afternoon. Have any of you had any experience with this? We had a foster cat who started having them at the shelter. Does it mean epilepsy necessarily, and if thats it, or the vet cant find a n underlying disease, can she still live a regualr life, like people do?
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7/11/05 at 7:39am