Please help for an itchy cat!Hi-My poor cat is biting himself raw and pulling all his hair out. He's been tested for allergies and is allergic to dust mites, pollen,pine and several other environmental factors. HE DOES NOT have FLEAS
His disposition is affectionate, but occasionally gets rambunctious with my other cat and also gets cat hyper where he runs around an plays.
Changed his diet to a low allergen diet and it helped slightly, but as the spring time an pollen levels went up he is scratching more.
He is worse in the spring/summer.
The area that is affected is his belly/groin with it moving out to his legs and arms. He then started biting his haunches where he has hardly any hair left there. Could only attach one photo showing one of his paws, but his belly also has no hair and neither does his back legs. His back is also very sensitive to the touch.
I've worked with a homeopathic vet who has had him on Sulpher, Ars, Phos, Nat Mur, in that order - all 30C. None of them seemed to do any good in fact on some he seemed to get worse. I'm at my wits end. My next step is giving him allergy shots, but I really don't want to do that.
dahoffy on 2013-05-02
Homeopathy for Animals-Euthanasia avoided...
and read the case of a scratching dog by Linda Warkentin,
who works at The Country Vet, in Novato, calif.
♡ simone717 9 years ago
I see that psorinum is the remedy that was used for the dog. I was wondering if this was the best remedy for my cat and if anyone else had thoughts about this?
If I do give psorinum, what potency would be advised?
dahoffy 9 years ago
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