Hi everyone. This is my first post, and I'm looking for answers (?) My cat Leonard was perfectly healthy all 6 years. Indoor only. No exposure to any toxins. Last night at 8pm, he had a seizure that knocked him off of his cat tree. It progressed so violently and suddenly from there. We took him to 2 different vets last night. The second vet told us the truth, that the seizures were not responding to common anti-seizing medication, and at this point his brain was damaged beyond repair. When I got to say goodbye, he didnt even respond or anything . Only 2 of us could be with him when he left because of Covid rules, and that hurts more. He was gone by midnight. Im so confused and angry. What could have caused this? He was perfectly healthy and happy. We have been cat owners our whole lives and nothing sudden like this has ever happened. I'll miss you so much Leonard. He was such a good, dumb boy. One of the last things he did was come when i called him for a treat when we were at home. I was teying to guage his movement. He didnt even want the treat cause he was so messed up, but he still knew to come when called. Please, if anyone has answers, I would love to hear them. We miss you and love you Leonard.