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Cat needs help!

I have a 11 year old cat. When she was five years old her bottom jaw was inflamed and we were told to pull her lower right canine tooth. It was pulled but her jaw has stayed the same. It is very swollen. This does not bother her appetite or eating thank goodness. Cucu our cat is very timid and my son does not want to bring her to a vet. If a stranger comes into the house Cucu hides under my son's bed until they leave. We believe that would be very traumatic for her. That's why I am asking for help. Is there a remedy that would reduce the inflammation/swelling of her jaw. Her lip is also stretched on that side due to this inflammation. We totally believe in homeopathic remedies and know that a remedy will help her. Thank you!
  penny3 on 2018-04-10
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Use puls. 30c for this cat. If only partially helps, move to 200c.
maheeru 2 years ago
Okay thank you! How many times a day should the cat have it. I will dissolve a pellet into a little water and put a spoon full in her mouth.
penny3 2 years ago
Once or twice a day.

If once continue for eight/nine days. If twice, 4 or 5 days.
maheeru 2 years ago
Okay, thank you:)
I am giving it once a day so I will continue for a total of 8/9 days. I will keep you updated some time after a week.
penny3 2 years ago

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