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If your cat is walking in an unsteady way, almost like she's drunk, this could be a vestibular problem. The vestibular system controls balance and equilibrium and very often an ear infection or foreign object in the ear can cause her to feel dizzy and off balance. Here is more information:
She could be jerking her head if one or both of her ears are bothering her, but these symptoms may also be related to various other causes, for example if she incurred a head trauma/injury, of which you were not aware. She might have a kitty concussion and should be checked over by a vet in person, as soon as possible.
The vet will be able to give you a diagnosis and treat her so she's feeling more comfortable. If her symptoms are 'idiopathic' (of no known cause), the vet will treat them, in any case and may run some neurological tests and routine blood work.
If she spends any time outside, she might have ingested a toxic substance which is causing her symptoms.
Unfortunately, this is not something that can be treated at home, because we don't know the source of her symptoms so that has to be determined.
I hope all will be well with your kitty and please let me know how she's doing and what the vet tells you. Thanks!
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