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Cat with cancer in belly 22 Jul 2014 15:03 #46389

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Hello,

We just heard our cat has cancer in his belly. Probably (close to) intestines.

He has dropped weight from 5,4 till 3.7 kg. We now want to try MMS1 and use a protocol of 1 drop activated in 10 ml distilled water on a hourly base.

Hope this works! If you have any remarks/advice... they are more than welcome!

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Cat with cancer in belly 22 Jul 2014 15:23 #46392

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Hi!
I would suggest you use the search function on the left hand side panel. You will find a lot of animal info here and there! If kitty refuse her dose, try broth or putting it in tuna. These are things people have done to help get it down. 1 drop may be a little much for such a small animal to start with. If she vomits or has diarrhea I would cut it down to 1/8 or perhaps 1/4 drop per hour after she recuperates of course! Also, you can put un-activated MMS in her water bowl provided it is not in a metal container.
Hope all the best for you and kitty.
Denise

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Cat with cancer in belly 24 Jul 2014 10:36 #46442

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Hi Denise,

Thanks for you reply, we already cut down the dose!

And yes, I have found the search button and found all kinds of tips. Thanks for mentioning, we will see what happens and hope MMS will work. On an echo yesterday it showed a tumor of 8 cm in the intestines and our vet has no hope at all.

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Robin

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Cat with cancer in belly 24 Jul 2014 11:13 #46444

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I am so sorry to hear of the vets' prognosis. I really hope this will help kitty. You certainly have nothing to lose! Also, check the internet and try putting kitty on a natural cat food diet. Sometimes it is hard to get them to switch over but you never know..... Start slowly and see if she'll go for it. Hopefully instinct will kick in and she will start to eat some real food along with her regular. Hopefully if she will eat more and more of the good food instead.
All the best to you and kitty!
Denise

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