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08 Dec 2014 12:26 #48376 by matt27
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Hi,are there some experiences with cats treatment , please ?
We have male cat (not castrated) which get diagnosed " feline leukemia retrovirus".
Cat is now for 3 days vomiting and diagnose was establish today from a doctor.
Which protocol to use and specially how??
Thx,thx Matt

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08 Dec 2014 12:36 #48377 by Horsefeathers
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I would suggest Protocol 1000 to start with. However, this being an animal always start very very low. I think if it were me I would probably start at say 1/8 drop or less every hour for 8 hours being as he is already vomiting. If it stays down, good deal. Then the next day try upping the dose a teeny weeny bit. For example go from 1/8 to 1/4 sized dose for 8 hours per day. See what happens and how cat reacts.

All the best to you.
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10 Dec 2014 19:24 #48413 by matt27
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It is hard to force animal to accept,specially 8t /day. what is your opinion about giving not activated mms (put in h2o for few hours),as odour is not so strong.
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10 Dec 2014 19:35 - 10 Dec 2014 19:36 #48414 by Horsefeathers
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What some people do is put it in there food or in broth. That helps. Unactivated MMS is certainly worth a try as I believe there is enough acid in an animals stomach to do the job although if possible activated is usually the best.

How much are you giving per dose? Start real real low especially cats. They are small creatures and don't need large amount like a person or large dog.

Yes, If you can put small in their drinking water (unactivated) that would certainly help as long as they will drink it. Don't overdo and turn them off on it! :)
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11 Dec 2014 20:44 #48434 by matt27
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I would try with 1 drop unactivated as cat hate smell of mms. But I was surprised. I offered 1/3ml of cdh and cat even like to drink it and return to drink by himself :). We will stay this way till possible.
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