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cat with chronic kidney failure

my 15 year old cat was diagnoised with moderate kidney failure about a month ago. She had all the associated symptoms..reduced appetite, tiredness, skin problems, dried stools..etc.

We tried Arsenicum Album with only minor improvement at best. Then we tried phosphorus. This remedy produced a 'miracle' improvement in just 10 minutes flat. She began to eat, became active, jumping on furniture again and very affectionate. This lasted for 2 weeks, then she stopped eating again. Yet she remained active, alert and affectionate. We tried increasing the strength of the phosphorus with a marked improvement again in her symptoms....except she still refused to eat.

Can someone help me to understand the not eating symptom while improving in all other areas??
  khaos on 2006-04-29
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
15 years --most like is on death bed...need understand cats live 13-and up is long time --but close to time--reguardless of gentic ddisposition...get sick at end of lifespan-seems br tendency for domesicated feline..wild cat (shorter life span)-for that particular cat...degenerative diseases..

not eating first step to dying--keep comforable--and homoeopathy help pass without discomfort --best do ..no save her from natural process..death..

how much and how exactly did this start?how long ago first signs?what were exac signs?
John Stanton last decade

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