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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