my british shorthair's seizure

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Rob's lil butt- sniffer
Purred: Mon Oct 6, '08 7:15pm PST 
this is where my kitten came from:

Pookey is 5 months old as of today, and he has had NUMEROUS seizures. he just had a bad one. he started to bleed from his mouth, which I think it was just from biting himself.
someone tell me what is wrong!!!

here are some pics of after:
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Edited by author Mon Oct 6, '08 7:16pm PST



"everything here- belongs to- me..."
Purred: Sun Nov 30, '08 12:38pm PST 
Poor Pookey! I hope it is not too hard on him (and you) when this happens.

What does your vet say about it? I know there is medication for seizures in dogs. I hope there's something safe for cats. What does your breeder say about this?