Head tremors?

Zylalove18

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Occasionally I see my 2 year old cat having head tremors. It’s almost not noticeable unless you are watching her. She doesn’t seem to be confused or lose control of her body or bladder, she just sits there and her head trembles for a few seconds. Does anyone have any idea what could be wrong? Obviously I know a vet could answer but budget is tight and since she’s not showing pain I would rather not rush her to the vet.
I’ve had her since February of this year. She had a URI and surgery in April and I’m always worried something else will go wrong and now this. I’m so worried ☹
 

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There are SO many causes, and not being vets, or being able to see the cat directly, we really can't say. However, the causes range from "a little bit of nothing" with an easy fix (or no need to fix) to really, deadly serious (encephalitis and such). IF she seems perfectly normal in all other ways, it is almost certainly one of the former reasons. Take her in when you can, and get a proper diagnosis and, if needed, treatment. IF, however, she spikes a temp, quits eating or drinking, or begins having other issues with mobility, you need to take her in right away.
 
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Zylalove18

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There are SO many causes, and not being vets, or being able to see the cat directly, we really can't say. However, the causes range from "a little bit of nothing" with an easy fix (or no need to fix) to really, deadly serious (encephalitis and such). IF she seems perfectly normal in all other ways, it is almost certainly one of the former reasons. Take her in when you can, and get a proper diagnosis and, if needed, treatment. IF, however, she spikes a temp, quits eating or drinking, or begins having other issues with mobility, you need to take her in right away.
Thank you I am keeping an eye on her❤
 
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