cat epilepsyMy cat is 05 years old.
She has been showing the froth in her mouth for the last couple of weeks.
Today she had an epileptic fit.
she had froth in her mouth, she passed urine and was having convulsive fits. Once the fit was over her pupils were dilated she was very afraid and had froth in her mouth.
I gave her "aconite 30 X" couple of doses.
She was crying loud and other cats seemed concerned. She wanted to be petted.
I gave "belladona 30 X".
What should I do next.
noshiahmad on 2015-07-25
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