13 year old cat very very thinMy 13 year old cat is extrememly thin. You can feel her spine when you pick her up. She only weighs a four or five pounds at most. She's had a full work up at her vets, bloodwork, tested for parasites, and organ funtions, and all was normal. She has three housemates (feline) who are all two years old and under. She never has really warmed up to them and they make her very nervous. Her apatite is normal but she is always looking over her shoulder when she eats. I give her vitamins and extra food every day. She doesn't seem to be loosing weight at this point. She's been this thin for about a year now. She is very affectionate with me and does not seem depressed, just nervous. Any suggestions of remedies that will calm or help her? I'm afraid as she ages if shes thin she will have no reserves if she falls ill.
samnbudsmom on 2005-12-23
Sulphur-Not big on grooming, lazy, worse from heat, reddened skin, eyes, nose, lips, poor coat, prone to fleas, sparse appetite.
If she has a huge appetite and despite that has gradually lost weight over time-Iodum
Nux Vomica-Better from being alone, worse from cold, grouchy, acts hungover, tomboys, worse from noise, picks fights. They eat greedily. First in line for food and love.
Phosphorus-Long and lean body types, startle easily, sweet/affectionate, worse from thunder or lightning, beautiful expressive eyes.
Lycopodium-Thin and withered looking, gassy, acts very hungry, then eats a small amount and walks away full. Pre-mature aging.
Clue me in on what sounds closest and I will post more.
Namaste27 last decade
samnbudsmom last decade
I order from Washington Homeopathic.
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