The symptoms come swiftly and hit hard. First the cat begins to shake and twitch. At this point you call the veterinarian. If you cannot see him very quickly, try to make the cat vomit (see procedure under foreign bodies). The moment the cat has vomited, give him another dose.
If the twitching has not eased considerably within ten minutes, give the cat a sedative. You should powder the sedative tablet, dilute it with water, and use a teaspoon or plastic eye dropper to insert it in the side of the cat’s mouth. If the twitching increases and becomes convulsive jerks, give the cat more sedative. This is done in order to prevent convulsions.
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