hello! My 7 year old Dutch rabbit had a seizure this morning. She has severe, bilateral splay leg in her front two legs, and is unable to groom, so I have to do it all for her. She's spayed, and has been treated for e. Conniculi (sp?) back in December. I had her on her back like I do every day, and was brushing her butt (she's having a big molt), and she started grooming her front leg, and acting like she really enjoyed it. Then all of a sudden, he body contorted, she let out a couple squeaks, and started spasing. She was chattering her teeth in a very exaggerated way, and paddling her feet. Then she went limp. I layed her back down, and she did an exaggerated hop, then flopped to the side, and started kicking and flexing her back feet. I picked her up with a hand under her chest, and the other under her butt, and held her to my chest until she calmed down. Her nose was wrinkled up, and barely moving, and eyes bulging. When she relaxed, I swear it felt like she wasn't breathing and her heart wasn't beating! I freaked out, and started to lightly massage and jiggle her, and slowly I felt her heart pick up and breathing as well. I rushed her to the vet, but by the time we got there, she seemed fine, and was munching hay. She was just seriously tired. Since being home, she's been eating, and drinking like normal and resting. No answers from the vet. He gave her ivermectin injection for possible ear mites, but I had given her revolution (kitten) on Sunday. My question is, has anyone experienced this, and any idea what could cause it? She's free roam, fed oxbow pellets, and tons of hay. Fresh veggies in small portions. Water from bowl. Bottled water. No new environment factors. No new meds. She's almost 5lbs. Healthy eater. Poopsconstantly. Mouth looks good too. So I'm at a loss. I didn't do blood work, since he said it would probably just come back inconclusive, and I didn't want to cause her any unneeded stress after her seizure. Thank you!