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Beloved feral cat with renal failure

I have a feral cat family (mom and one son and one daughter) that I have been caring for since 2005. I feed them, pet them, and provide shelter for them. A couple of years ago Aticus, the boy developed renal failure symptoms. I wrote to the stray cat alliance and they told me about Renavast, which I've been using for about 2 years. A few weeks ago, he seemed to be getting worse (possibly because of warmer weather?). I started reading about remedies that might help, and I've been using both Belladonna and Phosphorous (30C, each), melting one pellet of each in his food twice/day. He is much improved but still not perfectly well.

His current symptoms are:
Scared of noises (all levels of sound)
Scared of quick motions (so I have to reach down very slowly to pet him, which he enjoys)
Looks dehydrated (can see finger marks on his back after I pet him)
Looks like he's thirsty (but I don't notice him drinking very much - but he is feral)
Often prefers to be in the shed in his box of hay than out and about (though he's a little better)

Please help my beautiful little fella! Thank you!
 
  lgb222 on 2014-04-25
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Please give him Pulsatilla 30 twice a day for 7 days and see how that affects.
 
kadwa 5 years ago
Thank you, Kadwa!

I will try this starting today.

Will this cure his condition? Or is it likely that I should continue the Renavast?
 
lgb222 5 years ago

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