brother's cat have a caesar?
my brother's cat had a caesar last night, what might te rationale be and what is a probable out-come?
There are many things that can produce seizures, from things like a clot on the brain, undetected serious or even terminal medical conditions, age, toxic poisoning by ingesting foreign substances.
The sooner the kitty can be inspected by a vet the better chances he have. No time can be wasted.
Is he an outside kitty? If so, it could be toxic substances such as antifreeze or toxic plants, head trauma from individual hit by a vehicle.
Is he an older cat? He could have diabetes, liver or a neurological disorder blocking blood to the brain.
If he is indoor only. He could own had a bad fall and land on his head. Are there any plants around the house that is contemporary that could be poisonous to cats? Has he had access to pharmaceuticals/medicines that may cause spoil to cats? Have any new detergents been used around the house to clean clothing, bedding, carpet? These are all things that can cause seizures contained by cats.
Poisonous substances to cats -
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Here are some links with info on what conditions, diseases or circumstances cause siezures -
i hope it is something that can be cured and I will be thinking of you, your brother and his kitty!!
whether he had a seizure then he desires to be seen by the vet to decide the cause and proper treatment preventative measures
his cat have a salad?