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Wondering if you could help with my 14 year old abysinnian male cat.
He, I think has colitis and the vet said its possible that is what it is.
He has blood in his stools and they are running and light in colour.
He recently was quite pooerly with vomiting a lots of white mucus or saliva difficult for me to see.
and seemed and soon after had a bout of stools that were quite bloody. He meowed before the vomit and poo. So I would say he was in pain with both.
I tried him on arcenicum 200 and it seemed to help.
But not sure if Phos is better. He is a very affectionate cat and is needy for attention a lot of the time.
any ideas?
Many Thanks
  Laura Lian on 2005-08-31
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Hi Laura
1 is he taking any medicine now?
2. how many BM he had yesterday/?today? when did he vomit last time? What?
3.do you think he choses warm or cool place?
4. How is his thirst/appetite?
5. how did arsenicum help?
Astra2012 last decade
This is not a pleasant task, I'm afraid but could you describe his latest BM and stool?
Astra2012 last decade
Any odor to it?
if his stools are copious does he seem exhausted by them?
Astra2012 last decade
Hi Astra,
Many thanks for your eply.
Tiggy likes 'warmth'. sleeps alot. Appetite has improved maybe ars. or the medication, 'diarsanyl' His poo is always 'lose and light with traces of blood.
He's a very affectionate cat.
I think the ars. helps make poo more solid. Though the med. maybe doing this now?
I've stopped giving the med. though.Drinks regularily but could be because he likes his biscuits.
Many Tks
Laura Lian last decade
oh and yea, smelly poos
Laura Lian last decade
Sorry Laura- only now I found it.
Are his stools still light collored, loose, wiuth traces of blood-and he is in pain BEFORE he goes?

has he vomitted any time lately (if yes please describe it)?
Any other symptoms? Any medications?
Astra2012 last decade
Hi Astra,
thanks for your reply.
He's better now. He just gets a kinda 'attack' of painful diarrea and vomiting and loss of appetite. So he basically has a cronic condition.
I give him diarsanyl from the vet to help 'bind' his stools.
When he does have it, his vomit is frothy and white and his poo is yellowish, runny and with blood.
He seemes ok. And i feel does respond to arscenicum 200 now and then...but I was wondering if I need something else or a higher dose?
many Thanks for you time..much appreciate it
Laura Lian last decade
He (and I bet you too) definitely does not want it to turn into very chronic condition.
Do you have any Materia Medica so you could read about remedies? You know him much better of course and so select better from the "upper runners": podophyllium and natrium sulphuricum (it would help if his "attacks" happen in summer or after wet weather).

If you can stop that allopathic drug(some can't be suddenly stopped-I don't know the one you have) please do so and give him podo or nat-s (choose one) in 30c single dose (can you give him dry without touching the pill? If not-let me know) and watch him for at least a week.

He might need a dose of mercurius vivus 30c for miasmatic healing (that is if nothing seems to help!).
Astra2012 last decade

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