Our cat Finn (Family Cat Shop's Covert Operations Specialist) had his first seizure in 2015. He was diagnosed with epilepsy and is now medicated twice a day to keep his seizures under control.
What do you do if your cat is having a seizure?
If your cat starts having a seizure, remove any objects nearby that may cause them harm if they fall or hit them. A cat having a seizure has lost control of its motion and needs a berth of protection. Do not try to hold or touch your cat as he/she is having a seizure. Just watch and protect, and once the seizure has ended, you can and should comfort your cat. They will usually be hungry and/or clingy. Oftentimes they will produce a lot of saliva and/or urinate during the seizure.