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Thursday, June 26, 2008

Meet Fargo.....No More Wasting!

Pinky Pinkerton (herbalist extraordinaries) want to introduce the very hearty Fargo the cat.

Fargo came to the team with wasting disease, which means that although he was hungry, he had a really bad case of diarrhea and weight loss. Fargo had tried all the medicine there was, antibiotics and the steroids and nothing worked for him.

Bowser said Dr. Pink Pinkerton, this is another very mature cat, Fargo is 16 years old. Dr. Pink Pinkerton wants to know what these cats are drinking, he wants to share in their fountain of youth!

So what did the team do for Fargo? We gave him a Yin nourishing formula to help with the emaciation. We gave a second formula to stop the diarrhea, but this was the tricky part, because the formula was for damp heat in the lower burner. Fargo had vacuity heat with excess damp heat.

We are happy to say that Fargo is now fine, the stools firm, and he is on a healing whole food to complete the healing process.

Good job Fargo and Carl (Fargo's person)....


From: CARL FALKENSTEIN
Date: 6/23/2008 8:05:46 PM
To: holly@pawhealer.com
Subject: Fargo's progress


Hi Holly,
I wanted to give you an update on Fargo’s’ progress. As of today he is getting 2 grams of Nourish & 2 grams of GI Care (UC) mixed with his can food twice a day. He is also taking 3 of the Zi pills 3 times a day. I have not as yet received the food supplement we spoke about. As soon as I do I’ll get him started on it. His stools are still formed and he has had a slight weight gain, approximately ¾ of a pound. I’m sure he not out of the woods yet but I do feel his quality of life is greatly improved. We continue to hope for continued improvement & thank you for your continued support.
Meet Fargo






Pinky

Sunday, June 22, 2008

Meet Bingy; The Cat That Forgot!


Pinky Pinkerton (the handsome dog you see in the header) would like to introduce you to Bingy the cat.... who forgot!

Bingy is a senior citizen, a cat who is 17 years old. "Bowser!!!!" says Dr. Pink Pinkerton, that's a lot of cat years, even if they do get nine lives!

Bingy came to us because Shelley (the cat mom) thought that Bingy had Alzheimer's or a stroke.

This is because Bingy was crying without a reason, had lost some coordination, and would walk in circles, into walls, and sometimes would have a very flat affect.

The first thing that Dr Pink and Pawhealer did was to get a formula to Bingy that would nourish the Heart Blood to take away her anxiety....and it worked, Bingy stopped crying.

Next we worked on transforming systemic phlegm, because the team believed that Bingy had a root problem of pathological phlegm and this was based on other symptoms that Shelly discussed with the team.

Shelly now reports that Bingy is doing so much better and her level of functioning continues to increase.

We just recently sent Bingy a whole food supplement to help heal the "gut" because Dr. Pink and I believe that a thousand diseases originate form the gut....

. Pinkerton and PawHealer believe that if Bingy is digesting properly she will have the necessary nutrition to heal the "sea of marrow" (the brain)

Good job Bingy the cat and Shelly the great cat mom!



Pinky

Friday, June 13, 2008

A Sad Good Bye....Goldie

With a heavy heart the PawHealing team is saying good by to Goldie.....we are not sad for Goldie, we are only sad for Kevin. We know that Goldie is with Sweet Orbit, and we know its a good place.

Kevin, the PawHealer team feels your pain....we're so sorry....We know how deep the pain of losing our best friend can be and we know how empty life can seem right now.

Don't worry, you'll meet again....

With Love and Sorrow....Good Bye Sweet Goldie.

Holly

Holly, this is not easy for me to send. I lost goldie last Friday. She just deteriorated so fast. I couldn't call you, as it is still too difficult to talk about. Last friday she began to lose control of her legs. For the first time she couldn't get up without my help. I almost had to carry her to her bed. I knew it was time. Her quality of life was just not there anymore. She took the supplements up to the end. Funny, that was the only thing that she would take towards the end. She stopped eating a couple of days before I had her euthanized. It was the hardest thing I ever had to do. She is at peace now. She has no more pain. Thank you for the supplements as I know they definitely helped her and prolonged her life. I have some supplements left, can I give them to someone, or just take them as a supplement? I didn't know about the cancer one. I didn't know if they are too strong. Let me know.
I'm having her cremated and having her ashes spread over my backyard. She loved it back there so much. Thanks again so much.

Take care, god bless. Kevin.




Pinky