Saturday, January 21, 2012

Cats

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10 comments:

  1. My cat currently has diarrhea and we have no money to see a vet. What kind of oil would you suggest, and how would you apply it?

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    1. Aloha Elise,

      Thanks for your comment and sorry such a tardy reply. For diarrhea, you can rub cinnamon/cassia oil diluted in a carrier oil on the lower stomach area, 3-4 drops. It may also be effective to rub the oil on the paws. Hope this may come in handy in the future.

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  2. I have six cats and one is particularly aggressive with just one of the other cats. All are spayed/neutered. I try to keep these two zoned away from each other, but sometimes it doesn't work out. Is there an oil to calm the more aggressive cat? No marking, just some minor battles.

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    1. Serenity seems to help calm cats down ... have you tried Serenity?

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  3. Please help,

    My cat had ear mites, I think we cleared it up with lavender, purity and rosemary. BUT it's very persistent, almost as if the ear mites won't go away. I just researched online and found out that even if mites are gone, there might still be bacterial/fungal infection in the ears. Her gunk seems different, not like the type she had when she FOR SURE had ear mites. It's a lighter brown instead of a dark coffee brown and more sticky (not sure if that's because of the olive oil tho).
    My husband wants to give the cat away, and I really want to try something else on her before he disappears one day with her and comes home without her.

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    1. Think I would keep the cat and give the husband away!

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    2. Hi Dayna, basil oil seems to help drain the ears of impurities ... make sure to dilute the oil before applying.

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  4. We just got a young cat from the humane society. She is about 6 mo old and has a respiratory infection (a cold) from stress. Checked by their vet, we came home with medicine and instructions that came with warnings of "could cause her to throw up, foam at mouth, or make her not want to eat." Fourteen days of this med once a day. ok... Looking for information on what can be used.

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  5. Can use fennel clove and franencise my cat is having tummy issues

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  6. My cat is an older cat - he has recently had bloody diarrhea - I was told that he could have parasites or cancer but without a lot of expensive testing we cannot be sure. I was told to treat for parasites first - I put highly diluted Digestzen on his paws but don't know how often or how long I should use this. If this doesn't work - do you know what I would use to treat for cancer?

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