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As a human with seizures, I can give you a little insight into what is occurring while your cat is having a seizure.  The seizure itself is not painful , mentally you just aren't there. Aggressiveness or any other unusual behavior is part of the seizure.  The aftermath is the challenge and that is when you can help and keep your cat safe.  It is more difficult, heart wrenching and scary to watch than actually having them.  Some of the things that have occurred during or shortly after do impact, muscle pain from falling, biting their tongue a head ache. The period immediately  after the seizure stops is also not painful (postictal), they still haven't returned to "reality."  The best you can do is comfort them, not let them wander and keep them from hurting themselves.  

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tiggerrpwz66

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Bad infected pressure sore

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geeakira

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Im lookin for somwone to mat with my dog she a shiraz small size

My cat Cleo just died suddenly on us this morning. She has had seizures in the past and this summer she had a really bad spell like she was going to pass away on us, but she snapped out of it. Today she just jumped off the table onto the chair and then to the floor where she just looked up at my husband and started choking. She had about a three minute seizure and then passed away instead of snapping out of it. She had been a very healthy cat for as long as we had her until three years ago. She is 10 yrs. old. She must of had a heart attack or choked to death during her seizure. This feeling is terrible, she was hardly away from me in the house, quite the cozy kitty type. I will miss her.

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bootsmommy2015

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Last week my cat disappeared. I notice the last day I seen him he acted like he was peeing but wasn't and he did this several times in an hour . I actually thought he had diarrhea. Yesterday we found him in my shed he had been dead for quite some time . does anyone know what could have caused him to be peeing like that?

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I'm trying to get my cat to use her new littler box. It's an electronis one, that has a timer, and she doesn't want to use it.....HELP!

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mo1945

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Hello I am new to this site. My border collie is 14yrs old and on saturday afternoon she had a stroke. It came out of the blue. She came home from the vets today and we are extremely worried. has anyone had a dog that has suffered ,if so how did you treat your dog afterwards???

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samanthadawn

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I took in a stray cat 5 months ago. We leave a large bag of food sitting out that our two original cats would never get into this stray however ate the whole bag in 9 hours (well i was at work). . . All he wants to do is eat! It is to the point now we have childproof locks on all food cupboards, refrigerator and stove. We have been feeding him half a can of wet food and a handful of dry (both urinary S.O) I don't know what to do I'm feeding him more then what the vet recommend ...but he is obviously still hungry. Should I be feeding him more changing his food leaving a bag of food out an letting him eat till he's full ? { calm cuddly cat until there is food in the room then watch out because he's coming for the food an your arm }

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