New research can help cats who suffer from seizures
The link between high-pitched sounds and seizures in cats
Anew study has found that certain high-pitched sounds — such as the crinkling of tin foil or a spoon clinking the side of a pet food can — can cause some elderly cats to suffer seizures. Published in the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery, the research confirms what many cat owners have believed anecdotally for years. And some people can suffer from noise-triggered seizures, as well.