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Giardia in sanctuary cat

I run a cat sanctuary for feral/dumped cats. I have a 13 year old cat - Suki Sue, who is in sad shape. She has been to the vet but her problems have not resolved. She "leaks" feces and has stopped grooming herself. Last month I took her to the vet to get shaved as because of her lack of grooming, her long fur was matted and full of feces. Unfortunately she is an untouchable feral and I have to trap her to take her to the vet's. She was dewormed but that did nothing. I checked her feces with a microscope (I am a biologist) and I am convinced she has giardia. In general, I have found homeopathy to be a true god-send with treating untouchable cats and I am wondering if there is anything I can try - I have a rather vast homeopathic remedy collection. Her appetite is very good but she leaves small pools of feces wherever she sits and now I am worried about the other cats. Thank you for any suggestion you have to offer.
  kt808 on 2016-04-12
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How is her thirst
Is she usually cold or warm
Does she like or avoid company
fitness 4 years ago
She takes small drinks of water throughout the day but does not seem unusually thirsty. She seems a bit chilled but she was recently shaved and some days are still rather cold here. She has never been a sociable cat but I do see her laying next to others.

The feces "leak" out of her while walking or sitting and they are dark brown/slate-colored (Aloe?).
kt808 4 years ago
Give her one dose of Ars Alb 200c and update in 5 days.
fitness 4 years ago

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