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I don't know what the Chiropractor meant by 'parasites'. There can be various reasons for his eye problems and anger issues. If the parasite word for them means Feline Leukemia Virus then it may be one of the cause for his squint eyes which is commonly called as Strabismus. But this FLV has many other symptoms like staggering gait, low energy, weight loss, getting easily infected,recurrent diarrhea etc. Among other causes for Strabisum is some nerve or muscle problems surrounding the eyes.
A good veterinary doctor will know the real cause behind his symptoms but finding good professional in any field is sometimes troublesome.
And why is there a therapy for his right leg and vertebrae. Is there any problem there. Next time if you visit the veterinary you may inquire about this FLV.
[Edited by Soul_Spirit on 2019-03-17 18:13:39]
 
Soul_Spirit 5 months ago
When he was around 5 years old we brought him to a vet because he had a respiratory infection. He was great he said that puff had his lower back misaligned and he was able to align it. Since then he has retired. I know puff does not like anyone touching his lower back. I have a chiropractor who adjusts animals. I am thinking of bringing him there. I am a little bias about the outcome of testing him for FLV. Is FLV a parasite. He is coming up for parasites not a virus. I will keep you updated and thank you for all your support with Puff.
 
penny3 5 months ago
Reading your aforementioned post is making me think that the 'main problem' of his touchiness and eyes is because of his misaligned back.
Because of this Subluxation and thereby pressure in the nerves in spinal column it lead to problem in his eyes and also because of this he is very touchy with regards to touching his back and also leading to his anger issues.
A good chiropractor will surely be helpful in this regard. Along with this I might include one another remedy that would help him in this regard. In next post include his other 'physical problem'. Like the one in the right leg his gait and is the eye turned outwards/inwards/or is there any bulging.
Regarding FLV I don't know much but it is neither dangerous nor is it a normal thing. It depends from cats to cats as some problem in humans is reacted differently by different people.
 
Soul_Spirit 5 months ago
Hello Soul-Spirit,
WOW!!! I can’t believe the change in Puff. He seems more content. Now when he sleeps, he sleeps, instead of being restless. Yesterday my daughter was using the computer instead of nibbling on her and clawing her he just sat next to her. He used to always take his anger out on her. Today Puff was sleeping on the same couch where my daughter was sitting. My daughter started petting him. Usually he would wake up and try to bite her or scratch her. Instead he liced her hand twice! His eyes are much better they are more aligned but they still are misaligned. I have given the remedies as you suggested. I started both remedies on Sunday. He also does not demand food every 20 minutes instead of his bowls being full and still demands for food. Let me know what else you feel isbest for Puff. With deep graditude:)
 
penny3 5 months ago
Give the same way as said for another 3 to 4 days and then on alternate days.
Also tell me where his back is misalinged. In the upper part,middle,towards the tail.
 
Soul_Spirit 4 months ago
Okay I will continue then I will administer on every other day. His back is misaligned towards his tail so his lower back and mid back.

I was wondering if you can also help my other cat. She is a beautiful petite gray cat. She is a Russian Blue and very devoted with my son. She sleeps right next to him in her own cat bed. She has been doing this for 12 years. She is terrified of loud noises and she runs and hides when the doorbell rings, she also hides when someone other then the family comes into the house. She freezes into a ball during a thunderstorm. When she was 6 her top right canine tooth was misaligned. The vet who visited the house which she was terrified of recommended that her tooth be pulled. He did it during the visit. He said it’s loose and it wouldn’t hurt but it did. It never healed the right way. Now that part of her gum is swollen and her lip on that side is stretched. At around a little time before the tooth was extracted she list we lost her best friend Princess. Princes was the same age and use to clean her and lick her and sniff her and take care of her better then a mother cat. Let me know what you can recommend for her. I am very concern
about her gum/ lip. Also her poops are usually very smelly,
 
penny3 4 months ago
In the meantime bring:
Chininum Sulphuricum 30 for the male cat
and
Causticum 30 for the female.

Give Causticum 30(Female) only twice morning and evening and Stop. Wait for 2 days.

When you have Chininum Sulphuricum 30(Male), Stop the two remedies for the time being and give C.S. twice on day one and wait for 2 days.

Report after that.
 
Soul_Spirit 4 months ago
The remedies came in the mail yesterday. Today Sunday I gave both cats two doses of the remedy you recommended for each one. I will wait two days which will be Wednesday. What do you want me to do next?
 
penny3 4 months ago
On wednesday report the effect of remedy on the cats. In the meantime don't give another remedy.
 
Soul_Spirit 4 months ago
Okay, I understand I will update you on Wednesday.
 
penny3 4 months ago
Hello,I have not seen any difference with the female. The male is better but he did jump on the table last night. Then he went to nibble on my daughters arm when she was on the computer. But he is that demanding cat that he was before.
 
penny3 4 months ago
Male:
Give Chininum and Cina twice for 4 days then once for the next 3 to 4 days.

Female:
Give Causticum twice for two days then once for the coming days.

I just wanted to see if there was any unwanted aggravation in cats. Since it seems close to none continue it for 7 to 8 days and report the effect.
 
Soul_Spirit 4 months ago
Okay I understand thank you. I will update you in about a week.
 
penny3 4 months ago

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