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Please help! My cat may have FIP.

I think my precious little Miami (1 1/2 years old) may have FIP. He is lethargic and sleeping constantly, and he is losing weight (down from 10 pounds to 8 pounds). He has started eating his cat litter. His hind end seems a bit unsteady, and his fur does not look healthy.

Took him to the vet for a blood test--his liver enzymes and total blood protein are elevated, he is slightly anemic, and he did test positive at a low level for Feline Coronavirus.

The vet has been no help whatsoever. She says there's nothing I can do.

Can anyone help me find the FIP Nosode(not available on Helios dot com as suggested on this site), or let me know what homeopathic treatments you recommend?

I've read these suggestions:
--Baptisia (30c 3-4x daily for a few days, then lower dose)
--Bellis (10m single dose)
--Lycopodium (200c single dose)
--Vitamin C (Absorbic acid or sodium ascorbate--L type)

Thanks for anything you can do for my little guy!
  simkusra on 2007-07-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Just read about something called Transfer Factor Plus. Has anyone tried this?

shirleys-wellness-cafe dot com/tf/s/pets dot htm
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