posted on Jun, 2 2012 @ 11:58 AM
There can be a variety of things which can cause a cat to have a seizure. It does sound like the flea treatment is the culprit due to elevated liver
enzymes. Over-the-counter flea and worm treatments usually make cats quite ill. When I lived in the DFW area and used the OTC flea treatments, my
cats would get quite sick and foam at the mouth. Better flea treatments such as Frontline (gotten from the vet's office) can still cause issues with
cats. The vets will deny this, but any insecticide is basically a poison, and your kitty may be very sensitive to it.
Also, do you feed your kitty dry cat food? Some of the ingredients can cause seizures: yourcatcareguide.com...
One of my cats, a very healthy 6 year old male, came down with diabetes out of the blue. We determined that it was the dry cat food he was eating,
because the main ingredient is corn meal. We now feed him nothing but good canned food and meats (tuna, chicken, pork and beef). Dry cat food is
cheap, and they flavor it so that cats really like it, but it comes with it's own set of dangers due to all the additives. Let's face it, cats are
not meant to eat corn meal, they are carnivores.
I have 9 cats, and each one is my baby, so I know how hard it is when one gets sick. Thankfully, in the dry climate we now live in, we haven't seen
one flea or tick on the cats, so flea control is a thing of the past.
You may want to use a natural flea repellent, and consider changing your kitty's diet over if she is eating dry cat food.
Hope she gets better soon!