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New baby arrives and my cat is defecating in house & has developed dry eczema

Can anyone help?

I have a 17 year old cat who since our first baby arrived a year ago has developed dry itching eczema around her haunches and tail.
She has also recently started defecating right in the middle of the sitting room carpet at night while we are asleep. I would say she is a litle withdrawn and spends a lot of time sleeping. She avoids the baby.
She is a very gentle cat and loves cuddles, so I imagine she may well feel traumatised, jealous or little neglected.

Which remedy might suit her - Ignatia, Nat Mur? And in what dose.
All help gratefully appreciated.
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Sepia 30C-If she seems indifferent, likes to hide and tends to be chilly.

Sulphur-If she is hot and prefers cool.

Natrum Mur-Silent grief, greasy fur, worse from sunshine, drinks a lot of water. Easily fatigued and may lick human hands or feet due to salt craving. They sulk and are resentful. You generally have to go to them, to pet them.

Ignatia-Loud with grief, don't think this fits.

Nux Vomica-Clears toxins and a good beginning for most cases. They tend to be chilly, irritable, and act hungover.

I say Natrum Mur and or Nux.


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