This weekend was a traumatic one for my little family. On Saturday night Oscar had a seizure. It last about 2 and a half minutes but it felt like an eternity. It was around 10pm at night but we rushed him to the nearest emergency vet clinic. As Oscar was looking and acting back to normal right after the seizure we were told to just watch him and that it may be just a one time thing. We took him home and he slept through the night without incident. We woke up around 8am and started our normal day. Oscar had his breakfast went out and was active and playing. I was hopeful that what happened the night before would be something none of us would have to go through again. At 10am Oscar began to have his second seizure. This one also lasting between 2 to 3 minutes. The twitching was mainly in the face and he did not lose consciousness. I held him and did all I can to comfort him till the ordeal was over. We then went directly to the 24 hour emergency animal hospital in our area. At the advice of the veterinarian I saw Oscar stayed the night at the animal hospital. During his stay he started anti seizure medication but still had another seizure around 6:30pm on Sunday. I was visiting him when it happened. As terrible as it was to see him have his third seizure I was glad that the vets were able to witness the type of seizures he was having. I was assured that his seizures were mild "fly biting" seizures but due to their frequency Oscar will need to take medicine every day for the rest of his life. The doctors feel that it is most likely epilepsy. Although this medicine will help minimize the amount of seizures Oscar will have it will not illuminate them all together. He will also need to go to the vet every 6 months to have his blood level checked to make sure the medicine is at an addiquitet amount in his blood. As sad as it makes me that Oscar has this condition I am so grateful to the wonderful doctors who helped us through this stressful time and have given us the tools to keep Oscar living a happy and healthy life.