My cat, Emma, started doing some weird things last night and I wanted to know if anyone had some idea of what it might be.
She was in the living room with me last night while I was folding laundry and she laid down on the dryer sheet that had fallen on the floor and started to roll all over it. Then she proceeded to meow like she was in pain and had her rear raised up and her face closer to the ground. I inspected her area and didn't see anything. She started doing it again a few minutes ago (the rolling and then crying) and then attacked our other cat, Cooper. I have never seen her act like this. There isn't anything that she could've gotten into or eaten that would be out of the norm for either one of them.
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