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Did she go to the vet before or after the tylenol? Tylenol can be extremely toxic in cats due to their inability to process it. Do you know if she actually drank the water?
How long ago was this now?
I think it would be a good idea to bring her to emergency right away where they can induce vomiting and get her started on activated charcoal and potentially fluids as this can be so toxic to cats and she is so small. I would advise giving your emergency clinic a call before heading there to let them know you are on the way.
I wish the best to you all. Hopefully rapid care will limit side effects.
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