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My cat has Staph still after 8 months...help please.

This is probably mostly for humans but I have to try anyway.
My female, 9 year old cat Mookie, was diagnosed with Staph 8 months ago. She has been through creams and antibiotics and steroids and I'm done putting though that.
She needs homeopathic help, which I should have done at the start.
She has a lesion on her back that just won't heal. I clean it daily with antibacterial soap, a tiny amount of Bactroban cream, a clean t-shirt and a cat cone I modified to wear backwards over her back because she won't stop scratching it. She has dryish skin but otherwise is healthy an very active. She eats healthy food and drink a lot. I can't stand to see her in this get up anymore. She scratches at the area constantly, which is thankfully covered or it would be raw as it was at the beginning. This is no life for her. Conventional veterinarian medicine has failed her, please help me to help her.
  cocobean on 2013-04-29
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give your cat sulphur 30 and silicea 6x five tabs three times a day for seven days and give a feed back.stop external applications.
anuj srivastava 7 years ago
If you have no luck with this, consider trying this
advice from this thread.


The staph would have to be ordered from helios Homeopathic-
uk-takes 5 to 7 days.

It is under the name of Staphylococcus aureus.( and if you try it
do not follow the dose of 2x a day for a cat) come back on here
for dose instructions if you want to try it)
[message edited by simone717 on Tue, 28 May 2013 17:50:47 BST]
simone717 7 years ago

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