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cat's inflammationHi, I have a cat who is 10 years old. A few years ago her lower jaw was inflamed and the vet decided to take her lower right canine tooth. He came to our house and extracted the tooth. She is an indoor cat and is afraid to go outside. Now she is missing her tooth and her lower right jaw and lip are inflamed. They have been inflamed for a few years now. It is not getting worse but it is not getting better. She needs a remedy to heal it and release the inflammation. Does anyone know of which remedy can do this for this kind hearted cat. Please help. She is also terrific of thunderstorms.
penny3 on 2017-08-05
You can give her KREOSOTE 30, once a day for a week and report back. This must help...
Reva V on 2017-08-05Hello Rena V.,
They just delivered KREOSOTE 30 I am going to start her today. When this works you would have done a wonderful deed for this little cat who has been suffering with this inflammation for many years. Thank you again:) I will keep you updated:)
penny3 on 2017-08-12Hi Penny
Please keep us updated. If you live in India or US, please let me know. I can arrange to deliver the medicines to your home for free, fast.
Reva V on 2017-08-12This thread continues beneath the following ad.Oh Reva,
You are a truly beautiful person. :) Thank you for everything. I live in the US but the remedy came in today. I will keep you in mind for my next order. Now lets get this cat back to her healthy self.
penny3 on 2017-08-13
Reva everybody was out dropper, I just found one. I will start the cat on Tuesday on the remedy. I just notice that she has little pimple like bumps on her ears. Also she is very scared at the other cat who was aggressive. Her ears go down and back and she hisses when he comes near her.
penny3 on 2017-08-15
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