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Kadwa please advise - Abused Cat

I have been recommended to re-post for more help with for homeopathic treatment for an abused cat.

Original post :

I volunteer in cat rescue work. A colleague from a different cat rescue has been helping raise awareness (and funds for veterinary care) of a female cat who has been abused. I would like help with finding a remedy/remedies for this girl.

She was tied up in a sack and beaten/kicked and submerged in water and dumped in the sack behind her neighbour's fence. She has extensive bruising/trauma to her pelvis, back legs, spine area. Her bladder is not working properly, having to be manually evacuated when she is unable to empty it herself, though she has been able to toilet a few times by herself.

She is 8 years old, and is friendly with her people, but avoids strangers. She had been in good health previously. Currently her back leg is dragging, she will urinate once every 24 hours (improvement from having to be sedated and urine manually expressed), but has not passed stool since the attack.

I am sending arnica 200c to start. I am also sending doses of hypericum 30c, staphysagria 30c, and opium 30c, so they are on hand if her carers need to use them (they are in another city from me). I was also considering nat mur.

Kadwa do you have any recommendations for treatment protocol for this girl?
  SophieP on 2015-02-14
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You are sending all good remedies. You should also send Causticum 200.
kadwa 5 years ago
Thank you Kadwa. When would Causticum 200c be applied, to prevent rheumatic damage from the injuries? To continue the healing cycle of arnica and hypericum?
SophieP 5 years ago
Hi sophie,

How is she doing now?

What has she taken so far now?
simone717 5 years ago
Hi Simone

The remedies arrived this morning, so she has had the first dose of Arnica 200.

I will be in contact with her carer over the next few days to monitor her progress, and update here.
SophieP 5 years ago
Causticum may be started in the second week of treatment. Caust will also act at mental plane.
kadwa 5 years ago
Okay thank you, I will source and send the remedy.
SophieP 5 years ago
An update on this girl...

She is gradually improving, her toileting is increasing in frequency - passing water about twice a day, passing stool about every two days - which is a big improvement from having to be manually expressed.

Her appetite is improving, and she is being fed a nutritious wet food that she seems to like (she had been off most food, except for a few biscuits).

The vet says her back leg/foot has no feeling, but she chews at it (her family made her a leather bootie to try and prevent that), so that makes me think there is sensation in the foot, maybe like a pins & needles numbness where you can feel the limb but it also has a numb sensation. Would Causticum help with this (I am posting Causticum to the people tomorrow). Will arnica continue to help with the foot? The family said they noticed an good improvement with the arnica.
SophieP 5 years ago
They should give causticum now. If they feel after 5 days that Arnica is better than causticum they should start Arnica again and stop Causticum.
kadwa 5 years ago
Okay thank you very much Kadwa. Her family think that Arnica has helped a lot, and I have asked them to observe for any changes with Causticum, so we go from there.
SophieP 5 years ago

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