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Raggmopp,

You were correct in recommending caution when an animal is having a seizure. Even the most loving animal could do severe damage if she/he bit the human without intending to do so.

I speak with experience as this is what my wonderful, loving cat did to me during a seizure. It hurt! And she really did not mean to do it. It was a reflex during the seizure - humans are known to bite their own tongues during Grand Mal seizures.

GA
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