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Healthy kittens make health catsIf your cat's health problem does not appear on the list on the left, or your cat has more than one health problem, we advise you to Consult with Pat.

Consulting directly with Pat means you and she can discuss your cat's health problems by email, which should lead to finding a remedy designed specifically for your cat. The consultation covers you for 6 months free follow up.

Over the course of the first 8 months of this year we made repeated trips to our vet.  Our nearly 8 year old female cat had started spraying inside and was diagnosed as being stressed.  We were prescribed several different medications which amounted to roughly $90 a month, which I happily would have continued paying had it worked. 

Unfortunately her conditioned worsened to the point where we had to have a litter box inside (something we’d never had to do) as she had episodes where she was constantly trying to urinate but only a drop or two would come out and there was blood in it.  These episodes were becoming more and more frequent and I was literally beside myself, I honestly thought we may have to have her put to sleep as it seemed to cruel to let her carry on this way.  She is our only pet and this would have been devastating but I just couldn’t continue to put her through this.

Whilst “googling” this condition I came across your website and in a last ditch effort I ordered some of your cat rescue remedy (my husband rolled his eyes when I told him what I done!)  Within 3 days of giving her the remedy she was almost like a new cat.  Since then (its been almost 4 months) we haven’t had one single episode of her urinating blood and she is so much calmer and the positive change in her personality is amazing.  Needless to say my husband had to eat his words! 

We live in Christchurch and we starting giving this to her about 2 weeks prior to the earthquake hitting – I don’t even want to begin to imagine what she would have been like had we not had her on this.  Since then I have recommended your website to many people especially those who have animals who were distressed after the quake and everyone has thanked me as they’ve also had very positive results. 

Many thanks for your brilliant website which has literally been a lifesaver for us.

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Anxiety

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 

   

The following Homoeopathics and Bach Flowers are given as drops straight into the side of the cat's mouth with the dropper provided. Only 2 or 3 drops are needed for a dose. If there is difficulty in administering drops directly they can be put into cat's water dish or into a little watered down milk (if there is only one animal using dish).

Alternatively you can drop onto cat's nose or rub into soft under part of cat's paw.

Cat Rescue Remedy

Just a few drops calms the animal fast. For acute anxiety you may only to need to give drops once or twice until animal calms. For a chronic problem, the cat can be dosed two or three times daily.

See the feedback above about how well our Cat rescue remedy worked for cats in the Christchurch.      

IGhom
IGhom is used when the cat is suffering separation anxiety or grief. Two or three doses when the cat arrives in a new home with new owners is usually all it takes to settle them down. It can be given to the cat just before going to stay in a cattery while you are away. You may like them to also be given a daily dose for the first 3 days you are away.

Thunder Remedy
For fear of loud noises like thunder and fireworks. Give a few drops before fireworks event and every 15 minutes if needed during thunder, lightning or fireworks noise.
See also next section on Behaviour Problems caused by anxiety
A Specific Product for your Cat
If none of the above products fits your cat's problem you can Consult with Pat for a personal consultation about your cat's specific problem. This gives you 6 months worth of ongoing consultation and advice for one of your animals.

 

 

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Behaviour Problems

 

 

  Feedback on PLSHom

 

"I can also happily report that despite the fact that I still feel the need to support "Little Cat"a bit more by giving her the PLSHom every now and then, it does work wonders for her: It simply puts her in a much gentler and calmer space and you can watch her relax into it. "

from MM, Kamo

   

Anxiety

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Jealousy

PLSHom
PLSHom is for cats who are generally affectionate and love cuddles, may even be clingy and demanding of attention. They show more than a normal amount of jealousy at a new arrival. It is normal for there to be a settling in period, but if the existing cat's jealous behaviour continues for longer than a month or is extreme use PLSHom.

These are given as drops straight into the side of the cat's mouth with the dropper provided. Only 2 or 3 drops are needed for a dose. If there is difficulty in administering drops directly they can be put into cat's water dish or into a little watered down milk (if there is only one animal using dish). Alternatively you can drop onto cat's nose or rub into soft under part of cat's paw.

A Specific Product for your Cat
If none of the above products fits your cat's problem you can Consult with Pat for a personal consultation about your cat's specific problem. This gives you 6 months worth of ongoing consultation and advice for one of your animals.

 

Behaviour Problems caused by Anxiety

Stress and anxiety in a cat often shows up in behaviours such as over-grooming, spraying, refusing to eat, over-eating, hiding away especially from noise and visitors or showing aggression.

The most common stressor for a cat is to feel that their territory is under threat. Territory is one of the most important issue for all cats.

For some cats, all they want is a safe territory without other cats, dogs etc coming in and out.

All cats that are used to humans from birth are happy to allow one or more humans to live in their territory. Humans provide shelter and food on a regular and reliable basis. Many cats also like the affection and attention or even a human to cuddle up to.

The behaviour that occurs as a stress reaction often depends on the personality of the cat. A naturally dominant cat will tend to go out to meet the neighbouring cats and fight. Cats who are not so dominant show their dominance by just spraying the aea or may hide away.

Bringing a new cat or kitten into the cat’s home will often bring on behaviours not seen before. One way or another there generally has to be a sorting out of territory. Some cats will simply begin spraying all over the place inside the house, and or being aggressive to the new cat and sometimes to the owner as well. If one cat gives way easily to the other, then they will often live peaceably together.

Over-grooming is another distressing behaviour for the cat owner. This is almost always a stress reaction. It can then become an addictive behaviour. When a cat grooms themselves, their body releases happy hormones which calms them. They can soon use this activity so much they lick themselves raw.

What can you do to help your cat when s/he is showing stress and anxiety behaviours?

Helping you cat to own some of its own territory:

  • Do your best to keep wild or neighbouring cats and dogs from coming on to your cat’s territory and especially coming into your house.
  • Build your cat its own special home box -Firstly decide if your cat likes to sleep under things (bed, shelf, chair, in dark corner) or up higher (on a bed, couch, shelf etc)

Then you can use a cardboard box or whatever that you can place in one or two places up high or down low according to the answer above.

Inside the box, place a clean rag or towel which has the cat’s own pheromones on it. This is the most important part. When the cat is relaxed and calm, gently rub the cloth around his/her mouth and whisker area. If your cat is restless, you may need to wait and do it for a few seconds several times, choosing his/her calmest moments.                                                              

  • Buy Cat rescue remedy from our catalogue. Put it into their drinking water and food.                                                                                                        
  • Consult with Pat if you need more help.
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First Aid

     

Recovery from Accident

Once the cat has been treated by your vet you may wish to use the following.
Each of these remedies are given as drops straight into the side of the cat's mouth with the dropper provided. Only 2 or 3 drops are needed for a dose. If there is difficulty in administering drops directly they can be put into cat’s water dish or into a little watered down milk (if there is only one animal using dish). Alternatively you can drop onto cat’s nose or rub into soft under part of cat’s paw.
Arnica
is the main homoeopathic and 2 drops can be given twice daily for up to 5 days
Animal Rescue Remedy
is useful too, to settle down any anxiety or fear.
A Specific Product for your Cat
If none of the above products fits your cat's problem you can Consult with Pat for a personal consultation about your cat's specific problem. This gives you 6 months worth of ongoing consultation and advice for one of your animals.
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Cat Operations

     

Before and After an Operation

Arnica
Give dose once daily for 2 days before and up to 5 days after an operation.
These are given as drops straight into the side of the cat's mouth with the dropper provided. Only 2 or 3 drops are needed for a dose. If there is difficulty in administering drops directly they can be put into cat’s water dish or into a little watered down milk (if there is only one animal using dish). Alternatively you can drop onto cat’s nose or rub into soft under part of cat’s paw.

A Specific Product for your Cat
If none of the above products fits your cat's problem you can Consult with Pat for a personal consultation about your cat's specific problem. This gives you 6 months worth of ongoing consultation and advice for one of your animals.

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