https://www.petmd.com/cat/conditions/neurological/c_ct_tremors

Involuntary tremors may be seen in almost any part of the body in an affected cat. The tremors may be localized, in one area, or generalized throughout the body.

https://wagwalking.com/cat/symptom/why-is-my-cat-trembling

Trembling in Cats - Why it Occurs, What to Do, Prevention and Cost - Wag!

https://wagwalking.com/cat/condition/involuntary-muscle-trembling

You should discuss any symptoms you have observed, including how frequent the trembling occurs and which portions of the cat's body are affected.

https://www.vetinfo.com/causes-feline-shaking.html

A cat shake may be a symptom of a medical condition or hypothermia which may have severe consequences, so shaking shouldn't be ignored. It's helpful to ...

http://www.pethealthnetwork.com/dog-health/dog-diseases-conditions-a-z/it-emergency-shivering-lethargy-and-more

Feb 7, 2017 ... In this, the second part, we will discuss the common complaints of shivering/ shaking, and weakness/lethargy. What if my dog or cat is ...

https://www.petbucket.com/blog/63217/5-reasons-why-your-cat-is-shaking.html

Aug 18, 2014 ... Cats, like people, can start shaking to keep warm. There might be a problem however if your cat seems to shiver and tremble all the time ...

https://www.aspcapro.org/resource/shelter-health-poison-control/most-common-toxicologic-causes-tremors-cats

For cats, the most common toxic cause of tremors ispermethrin. Find out the other toxins that cause tremors in cats.

https://petsho.com/my-kitten-is-shaking/

Seeing your kitty shake with tremors can be a really weird and frightening experience for any cat owner. It usually starts by affecting a random part of the body ...

https://www.petplace.com/article/cats/pet-health/tremors-andor-shaking-in-cats/

Feline Tremors and/or Shaking. Tremors are rhythmic, to and fro involuntary movements that persist through the waking state. True tremors stop during sleep.

https://www.quora.com/Why-is-my-cat-vibrating-shivering

There are a few answers here already, as said it can be fear or stress or medical issues. We have one cat who hates going out at all, we only ...