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This drug, when overdosed, typically only causes vomiting and lethargy. Your cat will likely vomit quite a bit over the next 12 hours or so, and then act lethargic for a day or so, but should not cause any serious side effects. I would withhold food for the next 12 hours, then offer a bland diet of chicken/turkey/beef baby food (the tiny jars with meat as the only ingredient) once she is done vomiting and seems interested in food. Once she is done vomiting you can also give Prilosec 20mg 1/2 tablet every 24 hours to settle her stomach. If she is still vomiting in 24 hours, you may need to see a vet just to get a strong anti-vomiting injection. But this should resolve without treatment.
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