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My kitten (7 months) has violent leg shakingl. Is she ok?

Cookie (7 months) who is alright health wise occasionally has 30 seconds to 1 minute of leg shaking, her two back legs vibrate almost like a cell phone on vibrate. She seems ok and her eyes don't close, but I'm just checking its nothing serious.

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  • Diane OwensDiane Owens Member Posts: 26
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    She might have some kind of neurological problem of some kind. If it something that happens once in awhile i wouldnt be too concerned. I would mention it to the vet during the next check up.
  • Darlene WagnerDarlene Wagner MilwaukeeMember Posts: 1,075
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    I would call the vet-you never know, and at least then you have peace of mind-
  • R HR H Jackson MississippiMember Posts: 69
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    Take her to a vet soon. The vet will know what to do.
  • Christine UnversawChristine Unversaw EvanstonMember Posts: 3,321
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    My cats are twitchy when they sleep, but they never just start shaking while they're awake. If you'll be taking Cookie to the vet soon, just bring it up then if it only happens once in a while. If you won't be seeing the vet soon, I'd give them a call and see if this is something they feel cookie should come in for.
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