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Below are posts from our forum containing the phrase feline infectious peritonitis. Some are current, others are old, but may still be useful.

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Remedies discussed in multiple threads for feline infectious peritonitis:
Arsenicum Album3
Calcarea Carbonica2

FIP feline infectious peritonitis HELP please! 41

Our beloved kitty Cleo, 17 months old, was just diagnosed with FIP, the "wet" version. The vets say there is no cure and she only has a few weeks to live at best. We love her too...
Remedies: Bellis Perennis, Arsenicum Album, Colostrum
Started by Cleopatra. Last post: 2014-03-19

Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) 3

Titer tests indicating a cat has contracted FIP can be misleading: http://rfwclub.org/vfip.htm FIP Cured with Herbs: (a testimonial) When my neighbor with cancer had develop...
Remedies: Argentum Nitricum, Silicea, Pulsatilla Nigricans, Cantharis, Arsenicum Album, Rhus Tox, Carduus Benedictus, Millefolium, Sulphur, Hepar Sulphuris Calcareum, Calcarea Carbonica
Started by orian. Last post: 2012-11-02

Feline Infectious Peritonitis 1

Cat 9 months old received from shelter. Eyes infected. Medication given to treat. Kept isolated from 5 other cats until eyes returned to normal. After two weeks, introduced cat to ...
Started by jsherman. Last post: 2010-11-02

Feline infectious peritonitis 36

dear friends,time may be running out for my FIP cat :(_ 9 y. o. female spayed tabby cat_found at one y,o. was spayed_ assume she was vaccinated at time of spay-when found gave one ...
Remedies: Natrum Muriaticum, Calcarea Carbonica, Nux Vomica, Mercurius Sulphuricus, Arsenicum Album, Chelidonium Majus, Sanicula Aqua
Started by ispec_jem. Last post: 2008-09-30

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