I need some help for my cat. I do not know if remedies are safe for cats? I hope someone can inform me about cats. My cat is a beautiful long whitish/peach fur, blue eyes male cat. A picture is below, I hope. He has been very tired putting his head down. He is a big cat and eats a lot. He is an indoor cat. Five years ago he had a bad infection and went to the vet hospital. He was given antibiotics. He was a miss with green snot coming form his nose and refusing to eat. They told us he has a heart murmur. Now he is eleven years old. He has started to crouch down and starts to cough. He also has a problem with his fur. He does not like us touching his lower back which is always lots of knots. He now is getting knotty in other areas, too. He also gets aggressive and uses his paw to get his way, whether its food, or more it, or don't touch me.
penny3 on 2017-07-15
penny3 3 years ago
When is the last time you've had your kitty to the vet? If he had a previously diagnosed heart murmur, it it may have gotten worse over the years. He also is of the age when arthritis, thyroid disease, kidney disease or other age related disorders may be rearing their ugly little heads. If I were you, I would take my kitty to the vet for a physical, X-rays and blood work. This is the only way to truly know what is going on. Then maybe The use of homeopathic remedies can be addressed. But not until you really know what is going on. Please see your vet if you're able.
Xena44 3 years ago
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