Miss Phoebe

I’m starting to worry about my little girl.

She had what I think was a seizure this morning as I was getting ready for work. She started waking funny and cocked one paw and meowed plaintively. She also seemed disoriented.

The episode lasted maybe 2 minutes tops and I cuddled her. Afterward she was walking normally and seemed ok. She also followed me to the kitchen and ate breakfast. She’s also drinking water.

The worrying thing is this isn’t her first episode. This is number 3.

She had one right before Christmas. And then again in early January. That’s when I took her to the vet.

We had just gone through a full physical at the vet in November and her blood and urine were fine and no other issues were detected.

Both issues happened shortly after feeding her and she had eaten the same wet food (same brand, different flavor) of her normal stuff. So I was thinking food related.

At this vet visit the doctor gave some ideas as to what it could be, but we came to the decision to continue to monitor her for awhile and track any episodes. And maybe get one on video if possible.

This morning I managed to dash to my phone so I could get video evidence for the vet. I plan to email her later today.

I’m typing this at home as I came home at lunch to check on her. She seems fairly normal.

But still I’m worried. I honestly will fall apart if something happens to her.

About cb

Nickname: Munt Measurements: 45 B, 34, 38(?) Ambition: to be the best human ever! Turn ons: long walks on the beach, romantic dinners, porn, rainbows, cock Turn offs: bad smell face, men who are full of themselves, dead puppies, popcorn, sadness
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2 Responses to Miss Phoebe

  1. Jeffrey Rich says:

    Oh my 😦
    We had a dog who developed seizure disorder mid-life, and a couple of cats which did, also. It was sometimes manageable with medication. Do take your kitty to the vet and see what’s up!

  2. Mark in DE says:

    Our cat would occasionally have a similar thing. Our vet said it was fairly common and not to worry. He lived to be 12 years old and died from something unrelated.

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