I'll try to get a video tomorrow. That's a very good advice because she might not do it at the vet and there are a number of different kinds of spasms and seizures (although I don't think this is a seizure) so what better than for the vet to be able to actually see the symptom.
The good news is that the frequency and intensity of the spasms seems to be diminishing. Yesterday I saw it like 3 times at night and not strong enough to even wake her up. This morning she jumped with me on the bed to cuddle right next to my belly and I didn't feel or see much. I think I've seen it once or twice at the most today as opposed to 5 times almost in a row the other night. Every day seems to be happening less, still I don't want to leave this end lose so we stick to the plan no doubt.
" How we behave toward cats here below determines our status in heaven."
- Robert A. Heinlein