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she doesn't kill often and usually vomits if she eats it.
bunbun last decade
good sign if that changes--being able eat her 'kill' without vomitting..

how often she kill (that you observe)?

when did the vomiting after eating her 'huntings" start?
John Stanton last decade
She only kills about once every 6 or 8 weeks - but there are three other cats and they rarely kill too. Ultimately we can never be sure which cat made the kill unless they come in to show off what they have done.

She has always vomited after her kills, the other cats do too. Except for any times we did not know they had killed and eaten without vomiting - obviously those times we could never know about. It is very unpleasant to clean up after - specially the time two months ago that I had to clean mouse guts off the sole of my husband's slipper after he accidentally stepped in it! We never scold them for killing indeed we praise them, even though I am vegetarian I know it is their nature and their way. I don't even scold them if they vomit, so I don't think this is anything that could change. Also I don't feed them much canned meat each day. If ever they are lacking they would feel the need to seek out extra food from around the neighbourhood.
I'll obviously keep an eye out for any change.
Still nothing to report. Urine still fine, drinking water as needed and a little milk for breakfast. Still very sociable, seeking company - which is a change from when she was poorly - back to her old self almost.
Should I give her any more phos or wait?
bunbun last decade
no more phos 30 ---if phosphorous still indicated,then phos 200c is next step..you may want to order now--so have available if/when needed..
John Stanton last decade
She had a droplet of blood in her urine this morning, in the litter tray.

Otherwise seems fine, and very active, going out each night and missing her evening meal till I give it to her next morning when I wake up.

She has her vet appointment in two hours or so, 14:00 hrs BST.
bunbun last decade
She has now been to see the first vet she saw - who confirmed there is indeed at least one tumour about the size of a quail's egg, and it is believed that the blood comes from this or that this kind of bladder condition can result in recurrent cystitis and possibly secondary infection. She also said that there is nothing they can do except remove it - which would take it's toll on NumNum and that it would most likely return, so the best option would to be to keep trying with the homeopathic treatment so that her quality of life continues for as long as possible.
She remarked that NumNum is in great health otherwise, and to bring her in for a checkup in a fortnight and whenever she is having difficulty passing urine or seems in pain or distressed.
No treatment has been given.
She has continued to have some blood droplets today although not very much.
Please advise, many thanks.
bunbun last decade
single dose phosphorous 200c

do you have 200c in stock?
John Stanton last decade
Not yet, I was going to visit a Weleda stockist but haven't had chance yet. Can I double up on the 30c or anything in the meantime?
I'd like to give her something as soon as possible.
bunbun last decade
2 pellets phos 30c in 1/2 filled 32 oz water bottle--shake vigourously ---give teaspoon dose--

save solution in cooler..

post back
John Stanton last decade
NO! other medicines--ointments-antibiotics AT ALL..
John Stanton last decade
other remedies need to have on 'hand'----calc-carbonica 30c,200c;calcarea phosphoricum 30c,200c;nux-vomica 30c,200c; pulsatilla 30c,200c (depends upon which way symptomology guides)..
John Stanton last decade
I gave her a teaspoon dose from the flask at about 10pm BST last night.

I've just woken up, nothing to report except she is being very sociable this morning and has used the litter tray. Urine seems normal.
bunbun last decade
John Stanton last decade
My only news is that she developed a new symptom today, one I've not noticed before: her 'rear end' made noises as she was sitting. A squeaking rasping noise, like wind/flatulence. I've never heard a cat make audible flatulence noises before.
Not sure whether it means anything or not, maybe just the fact that she is particularly gassy is of note, but the sound it made particularly made me sit up and take notice.
bunbun last decade
start optagest or equivalent daily usage..
John Stanton last decade
One more thing - I felt silly saying this before but something I just read on the homeopathy software just clarified it for me that I am not being ridiculous:

I have no way of knowing whether the gases were from her intestine or her urinary organs.
bunbun last decade
I'll give her some pre/probiotic tomorrow and start from then.
bunbun last decade
it was not mentioned ; but NO!!!vaccination booster shots at all for any reason;
John Stanton last decade
She's been seeking water from the bath taps this morning, despite having water downstairs in two bowls, so I ran the tap for her.

She has also been leaving droplets of fresh looking blood on the floor. I've not seen her squatting but after what the vet said I am sure it comes direct from the tumour/s.
bunbun last decade
no more phos /water solution..
John Stanton last decade

I gave her a single dose only - on the night of 3rd september. I wasn't sure whether to give any more as you hadn't specified so I didn't.
bunbun last decade
ok--what current behavior-temperament ? what changes since 3rd?
John Stanton last decade
The biggest change was the unusual squeaky 'wind' noise which as I said could have come from her urethra OR her anus (she was sat right by me on the arm of a sofa when it occurred, twice)- I've not heard her do that since I first reported it, I'm not with her 24/7 though.
She was off her food last night, just ate a little.

A summary of her medication so far:
a)she had a steroid jab on 20th Aug which was to cover a ten to twelve day period.
b)a course of antibiotics ended on 27th August evening.
c)phos 30c (one dose only) on the 27th August afternoon,
d)3rd Sept evening one teaspoon phos water as prescribed ('200c')
nothing since.

This morning:
She has passed some red stained urine in the night with a clot in it. She is looking a bit 'peaky'. I have given her some milk with water in for breakfast.
bunbun last decade
what do you mean by "peaky"?
John Stanton last decade
I mean not quite "herself". She seemed perhaps a little dazed or confused.
bunbun last decade
Also this morning she tried to jump onto the table and misjudged it, landing back on the floor on one hip. I think she hadn't noticed I had put some magazines on the table right where she was trying to jump up to from the chair. This is unlike her.
bunbun last decade

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