Feline peritonitis

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Xon
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Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Tue Jun 09, 2020 7:53 pm

hello, my cat is suffering from a dry form of peritonitis, the symptoms have manifested themselves for a couple of years. Another cat I had had died young from this pathology was 3 years old. The cat that I have now is fortunately resisting but is almost certainly destined to perish due to this disease.The problem is that this infection has no cure at the moment. I thought of a spiritual work to try to heal my feline.
Does anyone have any advice?


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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby HPS Shannon » Wed Jun 10, 2020 3:21 pm

What are they eatting? An inflammation like that means there is damage or irritation in the body of the animal thst is causibg the fungi and or bacteria to eat, clean abd renove the damage.

The silver helps and corrects the issue but you have to look into what is the underlying damage going in with the cats. Food related? Or what?

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Wed Jun 10, 2020 4:15 pm

I only give him kibbles for cats and milk. He lives a lot outside, he stays at home almost only to sleep but he is always well fed, I don't think he hunts. The same goes for the cat that had died.
I believe it is a virus that they both contracted from stray cats.
Both had intestinal vermin when they were puppies. Both were abandoned by their mothers who were probably wild cats. They never came in contact with each other since when I found the second the first one had already been dead for a couple of years.
I would not rule out the fact that both had the virus already as puppies and that it occurred later in the years.

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Xon
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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Thu Jun 11, 2020 12:28 am

I used the wrong terminology it's about infectious peritonitis, not a simple perotonitis.

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Ol argedco luciftias » Tue Jun 16, 2020 1:02 am

Cats should not drink any milk if they are not a baby. Older cats can not digest the milk correctly. This can cause sickness.
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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Wed Jun 17, 2020 11:09 am

Thanks @Ol argedco luciftias for the suggest.

Thank you everybody for the answers. :D

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Lunar Dance 666 » Tue Jul 28, 2020 11:35 am

Xon wrote:I only give him kibbles for cats and milk. He lives a lot outside, he stays at home almost only to sleep but he is always well fed, I don't think he hunts. The same goes for the cat that had died.
I believe it is a virus that they both contracted from stray cats.
Both had intestinal vermin when they were puppies. Both were abandoned by their mothers who were probably wild cats. They never came in contact with each other since when I found the second the first one had already been dead for a couple of years.
I would not rule out the fact that both had the virus already as puppies and that it occurred later in the years.

puppies are little dogs.
I believe the term you are looking for is kittens since you say its a cat.

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Thu Jul 30, 2020 2:16 pm

Lunar Dance 666 wrote:
Xon wrote:I only give him kibbles for cats and milk. He lives a lot outside, he stays at home almost only to sleep but he is always well fed, I don't think he hunts. The same goes for the cat that had died.
I believe it is a virus that they both contracted from stray cats.
Both had intestinal vermin when they were puppies. Both were abandoned by their mothers who were probably wild cats. They never came in contact with each other since when I found the second the first one had already been dead for a couple of years.
I would not rule out the fact that both had the virus already as puppies and that it occurred later in the years.

puppies are little dogs.
I believe the term you are looking for is kittens since you say its a cat.

Sorry everyone, I use a translator most of time. I'm very bad in english production. :?
Thank you for the linguistic info.

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Lunar Dance 666 » Thu Jul 30, 2020 10:29 pm

Xon wrote:
Lunar Dance 666 wrote:
Xon wrote:I only give him kibbles for cats and milk. He lives a lot outside, he stays at home almost only to sleep but he is always well fed, I don't think he hunts. The same goes for the cat that had died.
I believe it is a virus that they both contracted from stray cats.
Both had intestinal vermin when they were puppies. Both were abandoned by their mothers who were probably wild cats. They never came in contact with each other since when I found the second the first one had already been dead for a couple of years.
I would not rule out the fact that both had the virus already as puppies and that it occurred later in the years.

puppies are little dogs.
I believe the term you are looking for is kittens since you say its a cat.

Sorry everyone, I use a translator most of time. I'm very bad in english production. :?
Thank you for the linguistic info.


Thats fine, and practice makes perfect. If there are certain terms that don't seem to be translated properly by a translator (in example, by google translate) you could try looking up the word on wikipedia, and then change the language of the page. I usually do this if Im looking at a herb.

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Re: Feline peritonitis

Postby Xon » Sun Aug 02, 2020 2:15 pm

Lunar Dance 666 wrote:
Xon wrote:
Lunar Dance 666 wrote:puppies are little dogs.
I believe the term you are looking for is kittens since you say its a cat.

Sorry everyone, I use a translator most of time. I'm very bad in english production. :?
Thank you for the linguistic info.


Thats fine, and practice makes perfect. If there are certain terms that don't seem to be translated properly by a translator (in example, by google translate) you could try looking up the word on wikipedia, and then change the language of the page. I usually do this if Im looking at a herb.

I'll certainly do this. I'm sure that in a few years I will become very better than now.
Thanks sister.


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