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Why Is My Cat Acting Drunk?

Learn about why a cat may suddenly look drunk.

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Do Cats Get Concussions?

Cats can get concussions secondary to head trauma. Learn more about head trauma and concussions in cats.

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If Your Cat Does This Strange Thing, Don't Ignore It

Head pressing in cats indicates a serious problem. Learn how to identify head pressing and what to do if you see it.

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Sound-Related Seizures in Cats

Some cats have seizures following certain noises. Learn more about this type of seizure in cats.

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Vestibular Disease in Cats

Cats may sometimes suddenly lose their ability to orient themselves and become somewhat tipsy. And some cats are more than just a little dizzy—they cannot even stand. That is quite a worry for an unprepared owner.

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