Hi. Before anything, I live in a third world country tiny village-like city. We have a few vets, but only one with a tiny clinic with one OR and no emergency service. My cat was rescued 5 years ago, she's very nervous and jumpy, whenever you try to grab her she will flee like is life or death. I took care of her until she mildly trusted me, getting her spayed and her shots were really hard, but I love her to death. She recently started eating less and with much effort, I noticed she had an issue with a canine and a molar. I went to the clinic, and my vet told me she might need a cleaning and extraction, and that he had done full removals many times (people here don't take great care of their pets). So I took her, luckily only a canine and a molar had to be removed, but she had a hard time recovering from the anesthesia (propofol and xylazine). After that she ate, slept, pooped and peed fine; except with random episodes were she kinda spaces out, walks like something is stuck on her back paws and if she is laying somewhere has a hard time to get up and starts lightly "patting" with her front paws, and her head moves like she's nodding off. All of this happens mostly at night, during around 10 minutes. Outside the episodes, she's slightly sleepier than usual, but plays, jumps and does everything she did. The first day my vet told me this might still be anesthesia, and some cats take longer to recover and such. Then now (around 5 days later) she still has random episodes, mostly at night and, like yesterday, she was fine all day. After the episodes stop, she acts completly normal, plays with her toys and such. The vet gave her some prednisolone, he told me he had never seen such a thing with any cat and we should keep watching her. There is no one that can help us. My vet promised to do some research, but I'm afraid he will do worst. I read how if this is a minor stroke she could fully recover with minor, basic vet care, but I don't know. Please, if anyone can guide me, is this anesthesia still? Will it go away or how can I help my vet give her some help with so little resources? I love her so much, I'm so afraid of losing her. Thank you so much for reading all of this, thank you so much.