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cat-nasal discharge eye discharge wheezing

hello there kind people-my kitten has nasal discharge, eye discharge and has wheezy breathing, her older brother had exactly the same condition, the vets say its not cat flu or calcivirus but they cant really say what it IS -v frustrating -discharge is blackish and with her older brother came with swollen glands which got a little better over time. He was a little 'politer' than his sister, she is feisty very cuddly loves to come and sit on you although shes only 12 weeks her condition has been exacerbated by a time last week when she threw up after sucking some milk stolen from our queen who has kittens. She is Maine Coon with long hair a sunny personality and usually full of life but a little subdued. Would be so happy with any suggestions as we never really got to the bottom of the condition with her brother. Many thanks in advance, Abigail and Jemima
  awenyon on 2012-04-10
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Please give her Arsenicum Album 30 in the morning and evening for 3 days and see how that affects in next few days.

If there is no substantial relief, please give her Sulphur 30 in the same way and see how that affects in next few days.

One dose means 2 pills popped in mouth. You may also dissolve 2 pills or drops in some water and get it sipped by your kitten.
kadwa last decade
Thank you so much Kadwa, i have a friendly homeopath i can write to to get the pills, i will let you know how it goes, i hate seeing her so unwell, thanks again Abigail
awenyon last decade

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