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think my cat has fip please help

Hi
I have already lost two of our cats to what the vet thinks was FIP, they both died sudden/quick about a year apart. They both had the same symptoms, sudden weight loss, coat spiked instead of smooth, not doing much, lazy, heavier breathing. The last cat the died also at the end had yellowed skin inside his ears and also his gums.
Now one of our other cats has the same symptoms he is 1 of 3 house cats (Bengals)
PLEASE HELP
I can't lose another one of my four legged babies!
 
  cuntrygirl on 2006-01-30
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Check out wholistic animal dot com to see what they have to offer for FIP.

Has your vet confirmed it is FIP? Switch their diet to raw if you want to give their immune sytem the best chance it has.

If there is significant weightloss, animal appears hungry, eats a few bites and then acts full, give Lycopodium 200C. Do not dose again for at least two weeks.

Baptisia 3C, 6C or 30C, dose 3-4 x daily for a few days and upon improvement lower the amount of doses, or cease dosing all together. Repeat as needed. This is good to give to support the immune system.

Other remedies to consider are Apis, Cantharis and Tuberculinum Bovinum.

Please order and keep on hand FIP nosode so in the future you can dose any other cats you get as a preventative. It can be used for treatment of FIP as well.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
Hi
Thanks for the info, where do I get these items you mentioned? I live in the uk can I get them online.
Sorry new to this
 
cuntrygirl last decade
Please try a product called Samento. It has amazing properties and might do the trick.
 
Sparkfx last decade
you can order any remedies right off this website.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
Hi
Looked for Samento but can't find it, am I missing something?
Thanks
 
cuntrygirl last decade
I think it's an herb. Type in the name under any search engine and see what pops up.

NAMASTE
 
Namaste27 last decade
Do a Google search. Samento is a brand of Cat's Claw. But it is different from other Cat's Claw. Only buy this brand because it has no TOA' which are alkoloids found in other types of Cat's Claw that nullify the affects of the active (good) alkaloids. In europe they sell it under the name of Krallendorn but that form is in powder. I recommend the Samento because it is liquid and my research shows it activates in the body well when administered in the mouth. If your cat has a virus in the mucous membranes then the liquid will go in and kill the virus that is attached to mucous membrane receptor sites. Samento however does more than kill virus, bacteria and fungus or any microbes. It also boosts the immune system and thirdly it is an anti inflammatory. I discovered it because I had neurotoxins in my system from Lyme disease that were causing great discomfort in my joints and muscles. I had immediate relief after taking it. A friend of mine had an infected tooth and took the drops for two days and it was completely healed. I have no financial interest in the product. My interest is in healing and I particularly love cats. So maybe Cat's Claw can help.
 
Sparkfx last decade
I think my cat has FIP too.
Any information on dosage of samento?
Thanks
 
adrienne last decade
I do not have info for the dosage for a cat with FIP. I would begin with a half of a drop first.

Inside 30 minutes watch the cat for any reactions. Coughing, sneezing, rubbing, sleepiness, alertness, increased energy, whatever. If the cat responds then it means the Samento is having an effect. Be careful not to give too much initially because the effect may be stressful. Always start with a small quantity and build up from there. Animals tend to respond very quickly if the remedy is right for them. Be observant. Study breathing. Does your cat sigh? Watch for subtle changes. You may witness a worsening of symptoms at first through discharges or whatever. That would mean that the Samento is effective too.

I also highly recommend Rescue Remedy for animals. This has a calming affect since illness is stressful for them. Put a few drops in their water or take a drop or two in a teaspoon of water and rub it on there nose or lips. The effect should be immediate. It has always worked with my animals. There is no overdose with the Bach flower remedies. They are produced from the dew drops of flowers. The Rescue Remedy is for trauma and shock and stress. It works extremely well on children too.

Here is an excellent link on the effectiveness of Samento.

http://www.samento.com.ec/sciencelib/4sam/Sambook_healthfor.htm

Good Luck!
 
Sparkfx last decade
I'm sorry about your cat--I know what you are going through. One of my foster kittens had the exact same symptoms: poor appetite, lethargy, spiked coat, jaundice, excessive thirst. He became so ill my veterinarian euthanized him last week. The necropsy results were consistent with FIP. I am very worried about another one of my foster kittens who is showing similar symptoms, but with neurological problems, too. I'm going to order the Samento. I would be interested to know if your kitty has improved with any of the suggested remedies.
 
menou last decade

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