Hello! My Cat Oliver, 15 year old male, neutered tuxedo (about 10 lbs) with noticeably decreased BEAM since yesterday - more sleepy and eating noticeably less. Before that he had been eating consistently well and his diet has been : 1) home cooked beef, chicken or fish mixed with 2) smartzyme and 3) Weruva cat food mixed with 4) archetype raw chicken, rabbit or quail. End of April my home vet prescribed gabapentin to sedate Ollie through our move and 8 hour drive to Maine (Gave 2 doses 7 hours. apart on 4/29). She examined him at that time (no blood work though) and thought he was doing well. (Previous exam 9/2020 with blood work showed everything was good). He seemed to do well during the move with high BEAM in our new home (after a few days of hiding under the bed covers). When Ollie was lying on my lap and purring today I was shocked to discover what appears to be a lesion under his anus. At first glance, it looked like he has 2 anuses then I realized it’s a severe lesion of some kind under his anus. Last week, I noticed he was retching a few times and vomited what seemed like a lot of mucus with a hairball. My daughters and one of their boyfriends were visiting from 6/11-6/16 which may have stressed him out. He seemed lethargic and eating slightly less on 6/19 so I dosed him once with his homeopathic remedy (by Dr. Jeff) Phos. Q2 (10 wacks- 1 drop). A few hours later he vomited then seemed to improve slightly but still eating less (and pooping less) than usual. This morning his BEAM seemed better and he had eaten a little more - about half his food - during the night (normally he cleans the plate) but by noon his BEAM was noticeably low, then I discovered the lesion. Condition seems better in the morning; he likes being held and patted by me. Previous Treatment: Ollie seemingly miraculously recovered from a lymphoma dx in 2019 following Dr. Jeff’s homeopathic remedies and suggested diet and lifestyle changes plus monthly pet reiki treatments. Thank you for any suggestions for my next steps helping Ollie.