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cat with chronic stuffy nose

I have a previously wild cat who spent 4 years in a damp basement before being persuaded to come upstairs. I used a dehumidifier when she was in the basement, but it seemed to make her worse.

You can tell by the sound that she is quite stuffed up, and there is evidence of discharge where she sits - it is cloudy, but not strongly colored. It is very viscous.

A vaporizer has helped in the past, but lately seems to have less effect. Ditto a plug in camphor diffuser.

She gets a daily Lysine chew (250 mg) and I have tried Kali bich and even a nosode of the mucus. I also have run her through a course of Clavamox several times.

All of these things have had some effect from time to time, but nothing has cleared it up and now I seem to be unable to relieve her symptoms at all.

She is much more tame than she initially was, but still cannot be picked up, which limits what I can do for her. I can handle her and put my hands on her face. I have not tried to put any drops in her nose, as I think this will frighten her too much.

I have used the hp remedies by making a water solution and drizzling it on her back, a system that has worked with other cats for other difficulties.

I would very much appreciate any wisdom that exists out there.
 
  cindye on 2012-12-20
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Please give her a single dose of Sulphur 200 and see how that affects in 15 days. Only one dose, not daily.
 
kadwa 7 years ago
Thank you - I will try that and post what happens.
 
cindye 7 years ago

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