Muscle Spasms

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Muscle Spasms

Post by Jabber24 » Sun Apr 05, 2020 5:47 am

Hi all just wanting a bit of advice, as my vet can't seem to help and they said it's a non emergency so won't see us yet,

I have a female ragdol of about 7 years old in the last few weeks her skin at the back as become very sensitive to the point now if she chews it (I have put a soft material collar on to stop her from chewing).

her body goes in to like a spasm/seizure that's last a few seconds the best way to describe it is like a epileptic fit, I have ruled out fleas as she's a house cat and it treated every months. Unless they have bit her and could this causes it.

She's perfectly healthy apart from that.

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Re: Muscle Spasms

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