- Apr 29, 2020
Has anyone tried any of the Homeopet natural remedies? I'm thinking of trying it for Fancy's runny nose and leg licking.
It might also be worth a try and use fish oil.Has anyone tried any of the Homeopet natural remedies? I'm thinking of trying it for Fancy's runny nose and leg licking.
It apparently was the lysine, and he stopped being willing to eat the treats anywayI also added some L-lysine and I think one of the two caused a change in his poop. Hopefully that firms up today.
Thank youHi - can you get or make a cone (a do it yourself one could be cutting an x in the middle of a paper plate and putting that over her head)?
Coconut oil or chamomile tea will help, both are anti fungal and anti bacterial, and are safe for a cat to ingest.
Has she been on the rabbit diet for awhile, or did you notice this began after switching her over to it? I had one cat out of 7 react very badly to peas, so some cats seem to handle it just fine and others don't, so it's always a possibility!Fancy hasn't quite licked herself that badly. She basically licks enough to have her fur in a crew cut, but she started a spot on her other leg now. She's going to the vet Saturday, but I don't know what else to try. I saw the Homeopet and was considering giving it a try.
My other concern is that it's on the food. She's on a rabbit diet, but it has peas, and I was wondering if that could be triggering it.
She eats wet and dry.Does she only eat wet food?
Wound treatment for catsIs there anything that can be safely put on a cat’s leg wound that she keeps biting and making it raw? Sorry, it’s not too clear in the picture. I need something that won’t hurt if she licks it. There’s no way I could wrap it