Keppra came to us as a kitten rescued from a feral colony. When rescued, she had a wolfworm (a parasite) in her neck that the vet believed was causing seizures. She has been given a clean bill of health and has been seizure free for several months. We are considering Keppra, a special needs kitty because she may have some mental deficiency as a result of the seizures; she will sometimes stare off as if she is in a daze. She is litter box trained and eats on her own. She is playful and loves to run and wrestle with her kitty friends. She must be kept indoors. Come meet this sweet, pretty girl!
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