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Recent content by Robinafolson

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    Best Practices for Cooking Raw

    Sadly, they are going to put her down on Monday. She continues to not eat on her own. I'm going to see her to say farewell tomorrow. :-(
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    Best Practices for Cooking Raw

    She's not eating. :-( even lightly cooked raw. I think her time is coming to an end.
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    Best Practices for Cooking Raw

    So Rei reports about BEAM: Mood seems good, she's alert and bright 80% of the time she's awake. Sleeps a lot (understandable). Right now is licking my face within an inch of it's life, it's probably the third face peel she's given me today Appetite is terrible. Refuses to eat. Still playing...
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    Best Practices for Cooking Raw

    Oh Yes! I forgot about what the bones would turn into if cooked. My friend, Rei makes up a special batch of raw for her cat, Nutmeg, so she can probably get a protein without bones. We've had to source that too. I'll update once I hear back from her. Thank you.
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    Best Practices for Cooking Raw

    Hello All, A dear friend of mine has a raw-fed 16-yr old cat facing numerous health issues, including possibly having lymphoma (tests pending but it's presumed and they started chemo). The cat also is recovering from surgery because during endoscopy, her stomach, near the esophagus, tore and...
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    The Danger of Disconnection

    Our 20-yr old cat, Nora, is reaching the end of her life, too. Because I've been down this road before, so many times, I find that I finally understand while it's heart-wrenching to see your beloved friend age, they don't know that. They know this moment. They know they are loved, they have a...
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    Homeopathy for Feline with Recurring Prolapsing Rectum

    I am fostering a 1 1/2 year old male neutered cat. He's had a few odd dental issues early in his life (area of necrotic gum tissue on lower jaw, then the carnassial tooth above that area had to be removed. It was full of holes and the tooth below it was damaged as well. Vet said might be immune...
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    Cat to Cat Aggression

    That's what I want to know. Does homeopathy work with behavioral issues? Is behavior considered an imbalance/dis-ease? If so, how do I write up a case on this? I don't feel it's safe to do this on my own.
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    Cat to Cat Aggression

    Yes, I know of her. I also know Jackson, but getting ahold of those folks is another story. I'm going to reach out to Pam Johnson-Bennett and see if she can help. I've asked other behaviorists, but so far nothing is helping.
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    Cat to Cat Aggression

    Doodlebug (Dood) is a 7 yr old, neutered male. He's been in my home for the past 6 1/2 years. He's had some "flavor" of aggression issues since he first arrived. It was towards hands/people, but I trained him out of it. He's very affectionate and loving with people now. I was told the former...
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    Are combination homeopathic medicines really homeopathy?

    When I saw this company's products, I was very concerned. Even though I'm a newbie at homeopathy, I know that "one size does not fit all," but I understand why they are taking the marketing approach they take. For those of us who come from an allopathic background, their model IS "one size fits...
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    Feline Acne

    My 4-yr old cat, Freya had feline acne a few months ago. I thought I got her all cleaned up and healthy, but a few weeks ago it came back with a vengeance. I would like to understand what I should use to keep her face clean. I've read about a few different things, but am not having much...
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    Food and Taurine/DCM

    Thank you, Dr. Jeff. I've been hearing from many associates who are freaking out about this issue in CATS. I've already started pointing them to sign up at HA! so they can learn from actual vets instead of heresay and fear-mongering online (which I feel this is turning into..not to be all...
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    Food and Taurine/DCM

    I just watched the class about DCM and Dr Jean talked about commercial raw pet foods being low in taurine across the board. Is there any more info about this? I DO feed commercial raw to our foster cats and I rec'd it to our adopters. I will need to send out an email to our adopters about doing...
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    Acute Onset of Eye Issues in Sibling Cats

    Update: Re-dosed this morning before going to the vet. Once there I could see better (better lighting). It looked very bad, bloody red conjunctiva and third eyelid. Vet said it was a very bad infection. No obvious injury-that's why I brought him in, but he added that a pinhole prick from the tip...
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