Zippy is a 5 month old, male cat. He has been generally healthy. He presents about 20 minutes after chewing on a lamp cord. It is not clear how long he was getting electrocuted. He was found rigid with his mouth around the cord. The owner unplugged the cord and he immediately relaxed and started breathing. He was very out of it initially but by the time he arrived at the clinic he was quiet, alert and responsive. On physical examination blisters were found on his lips and behind the canine teeth.
What are the concerns for Zippy and how do we treat?