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Constipated Cat

I am looking for a suitable remedy for a cat who is having bowel issues, possibly slow digestion/constipation.

He was a stray so his gut health probably did not get the best start. He is now approx 8 months old, and has been on a semi-raw diet since approx 4 months old.

He is a very affectionate cat, and gets used to new people very quickly. He does not get tired of lots of pets and cuddles. His abdomen gets a bit pot-shaped, and stool can be felt when his abdomen is palpated. His rectum protrudes somewhat. When he passes stool it is smelly. He had swollen glands in his neck when he was first taken in to foster (approx one month ago) but that swelling seems to have gone down now.

I was wondering pulsatilla, calc carb, silica, nux vomica??
  Maddies on 2013-10-27
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Two doses of Cal-Carb 30c, 12 hrs apart should work.

One dose is made by dissolving one pill of the remedy in half a glass of water. Stir it and give one tea spoon from it.
fitness 6 years ago
Wonderful thank you so much. He is in foster at a different address at the moment but I am due to visit in the next day or two so I will take the remedy to his foster carer, and post results noted by her, and when I visit again over the next weeks.
Maddies 6 years ago
Since giving the two doses his abdomen is not as pot-bellied. Will continue to observe his progress, would it be okay to give another two doses?
[message edited by Maddies on Sun, 10 Nov 2013 03:11:02 GMT]
Maddies 6 years ago
When were the last doses given.
fitness 6 years ago
10 days ago
Maddies 6 years ago
Please wait for another week and then repeat a single dose, if required.
fitness 6 years ago
Ok thank you
Maddies 6 years ago

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