Is my cat having FIP?my 3 year old ragdoll cat had a big belly.so i took him to a vet and she drained the fluid from her tummy(straw yellow fluid) and she gave some medicine.Unfortunately in sri lanka,they don't do tests to confirm if it's FIP or not.So i'm not sure if it's FIP or not.after 6 days from draining,she's having a big belly again,loss of appetite,protrude of backbone,lethargy,weight loss,a little sneezing.she seems to lose her balance a bit too.there's no diarrea.she only kept eating yoghurt and today in the evening,she suddenly ate some cat food.please help me.What remedy should i use?i can't loose her.is it possible to ship them to sri lanka soon?I don't have much time left.I need to cure her somehow.please help my snowy
shani88 on 2011-06-02
Unlike most scientific articles these are free as I want everyone to understand this illness. Look in Hpathy Nov 2009 especially and also see my website FIP article which has just been updated using the latest homeopathy and FIP symposium research information - it is a long article - too long to put here explaining FIP in detail. It is a very complex disease. I'm aware that this forum asks for all information to be put here but as a professional specialist in that illness it is too long an article. But it is free. The link should be in my profile here or google furryboots help FIP and it should come up.
One thing that is critical: FIP kills using neutrophil toxins - that means NO other toxins will be tolerated by a cat with FIP, including herbs. Correct diagnosis is not always made but is easy, see my website article to now how to work with your vet to get correct diagnosis. Too many cats die from assumed FIP when it is an easier illness to treat. Corona virus tests are NOT valid. A cat with FIP has:
High neutrophils (they are what kill), low lymphocytes, high globulin low albumin. Wet FIP is easier to diagnose from effusion fluid - clear yellowish and sticky - as it is really leaked blood serum.
Irene de Villiers, B.Sc AASCA MCSSA D.I.Hom/D.Vet.Hom.
furryboots 9 years ago
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