Yes. My sister was about 1 years old when she had her first seizure when she was put down for a nap. My mother was in the kitchen, I was in the livingroom and our cat, Shadow, kept doing this pitiful meow. My mom laughed it off that he was being taunted by the birds on the air conditioner. Then he ran in the kitchen and started to bite her ankle and run towards the bedroom where my sister was sleep. After the 3rd time my mother and I followed him. That when he jumped on the bed and started nudging my sister's face mom noticed my sister seizure. After that, Shadow always slept next to her and we could time when her next seizure was coming because he would lay over the head, his head resting on hers or her would follow her around. Cats are amazing.
He is playing. That is what kittens do. They play when they are not sleeping or eating. You need to be playing with the kitten (not using hands) 5 times a day. If you don’t, he will get all that energy out by play-attacking anything that moves.
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