How to Identify and Treat Eclampsia in Cats

Eclampsia, also known as milk fever, occurs in during pregnancy or just after birth. It occurs due to a life-threatening decrease in blood calcium levels. Most commonly, it occurs in nursing mothers between two to six weeks after birth. Identifying eclampsia quickly will help save your cat’s life. Look for fever, restlessness, lethargy, and muscle spasms. To treat the condition, take the cat to the vet and get her calcium supplements.

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