This morning as I was coming in from walking my dog, I was startled to see my cat having a seizure like episode. It shocked me and left me standing there watching not knowing what outcome was going surface. To be honest I thought this was going to be the last of the cat. To give some history about 2 years ago he was doing something similiar but urinating when he finished. He this recent problem he didn't urinate, he sat calmly for a moment and went on about his usual business. For the rest of the day I monitored him to assure further episode weren't forthcoming. Those past episodes were attributed to the cat food he was eating. His diet has changed dramatically and he only eats natural brand food rich with nutrients for felines. Nothing has changed or different from any other day for him, so I'm curious as to what may have precipitated these sudden episode.
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