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Brsibane please- new cat problem

Hi-
The cat who you had prescribed the opium for now has an eye issue.

Her right eye is trembling- the dilation is not complete. She
Has been squinting it closed sometimes and has a small bit of secretion from her eye (which is usually normal for a cat)
The trembling has increased. These last few days it was not bad, but it's become constant now.

We are on the way to the vet, but want to give homeopathy.
Any remedies for this?
She is the one who was constipated and bleeding-- does not really meow. Very affectionate and quiet and sweet. Was very traumatized early in life? Remember? (see past thread!)

Thanks a lot!
 
  iloveyou on 2011-09-06
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I remember the case. What is her current state apart from the eye and the lack of voice?
 
brisbanehomoeopath 9 years ago
Right.
Well she seems quite
Normal.. She is very affectionate. Wants to be held. She is a bit slow to want to play sometimes.. Seems totally normal otherwise.

The vet has examined her and my poor baby has CATARACTS in her eyes and she is only one year old!!!

Her vision is very bad in the right eye, but better in the left eye.
This has caused an inflammation in the eye which they think is causing the trembling nystygmus in her right eye. The pupil is smaller also/
We have been given cortisone drops to help.

She eats well-- appetite always good..
Does this help?
 
iloveyou 9 years ago

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