The Pawhealer team has found that many cats have this type of problem and it's due to what is called Liver Qi stagnation.....we think that with cats, because they are so territorial and not so pack oriented, they become emotionally constrained in social situations....and then the anger and frustration they feel begins to turn inward, and then begin to cause their physical ailments, as well as in many instances behavioral issues.
None the less....this is a great story so enjoy the read...We certainly did.
Date: Fri, Mar 27, 2009 4:18 pm
Hello, I'm Hedgie. Before the food lady contacted PawHealer, I was miserable. I was so grumpy that I seldom got any loves. When the food lady did try to be nice to me I was so irritated that I couldn't stand being touched. I squealed, scratched her and even bit her once. Nobody wanted to be near me because my breath was so bad you could smell me from two feet away. My coat was really ugly, so much so that the food lady took me to the groomer. (I was nice to them and they loved me and and that really ticked the food lady off.) The truth is, it's hard to live in a house with 6 other cats, when you want to be number one all the time. And, I should be number one, because I came to live here when I was 4 days old. The food lady fed me with a bottle and gave me loves every 2 hours. But then as I got older the time got to be less and less and I had to share more and more of the time. It was all down hill from there.
My health problems started about a year and a half ago. The food lady took me to this place where there were lots of others like me and some other kinds of creatures that made some kind of silly barking noises. They stuck needles in me and made me go to sleep. While I was sleeping they hurt my mouth and said that my bad breath was from sores in my mouth caused by bad teeth. Within months of that ordeal, the food lady took me back again and I had to go through the whole thing all over again. That time I had to stay a whole week because I won't let the food lady give me medicine and the people at that horrible place had to do it. In the end it did no good, because within a few months nobody could stand to be near me again.
To her credit, the food lady didn't want me to have to go through that again, so she looked for an alternative that would be less stressful for me. She found PawHealer and told them all about me. They told the food lady that it was not my teeth that was causing my problem, but that I was a very angry kitty and my liver had become toxic. They sent her some Chinese herbs and I have been eating my food with the herbs for one week now. In that short time my breath has improved 85% and I am feeling so much better. I have been getting lots of hugs and loves and I have not felt like scratching or biting. I also have not minded the company of the other cats and, in fact, I actually felt like playing with Lena yesterday. I hate her.
So, here I am sitting on the porch, enjoying the sun, the birds, the sound of the wind in the palms. I'm loving life and the food lady so much more. I can't wait until next week.
Hedgie (Lollobrigida), Lollo for short.
My food lady is Jean T from Miami Springs Florida
Thank you PawHealer
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