New to Homeopathy/Need advice for my CatHello everyone,
My cat Geppetto has been through a lot since about a week before Thanksgiving. He has blocked twice from urinating and has had Catheter's in him and I am trying to get him peeing normal again.
He typically pees in drips, strains, doesn't howl or hiss in pain, but will lick his genitals afterwords sometimes, but not always.
He pees outside the box, again not always but more than anyone would like! He has two boxes with different kinds of litter to use, and I have tried adding extra distilled water to his high quality diet he's now on, along with additional Vit C & E.
I recently purchased Cantharis 30C after reading great things about it, but I am unsure of the dosage I should follow, or how long I should continue this assuming no improvement happens.
I am on the schedule now of giving him a pill, then 1 15 minutes later, then 1 another 15 minutes later. So, 3 in 30 min and then waiting 4 hours to do another treatment similar to the one i mentioned, I was told to do this for 3 "treatments"
He seemed a little better, he had 1 good pee but as far as I could tell went back to dripping and smaller amounts. Should I up the dosage? Try a different remedy?
I am going to see a Holistic Vet at the end of this month (Long waiting list!) But I have been trying so hard to minimize his discomfort for almost 2 months now!
Thanks so much for any advice and help!
-Ryan & Geppetto.
rosso961 on 2017-01-11
♡ kadwa 3 years ago
rosso961 3 years ago
Either spoon in a tsp on tongue or use a plastic syringe thing to squirt into side of mouth. I think you can get one at pet store or from the vet , or online . That is what vets use and it is easy and does not stress.
♡ simone717 3 years ago
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