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MMS2 for cats

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22 Nov 2012 22:56 #27099 by sdssks09
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I was wondering if MMS2 could be mixed in with the canned cat food I am feeding my cat? The food is a pate' kind of a puried diet. It seems logical that it could be mixed in and have the same effect as if it was in a pill form and shoved down his throat which is very traumatic, as is shooting the liquid MMS1 down with a syringe which I have tired with very bad luck. My cat aspirated and damn near died. I performed cpr on him and brought him back to the here and now. He hides alot now when he sees me. I would really like to know if the MMS2 can be mixed in the food?
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23 Nov 2012 04:13 #27142 by woofy
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Put in a few drops, just the mms, in his water bowl.No need to activate it with citric acid. It will be ready to drink after a few hours.
Get Jim Humbles book. It is all there.

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24 Jul 2014 01:16 #46437 by rex
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Put activated mms1 on his paw back.he will lick it.and I be put raw activated MMS in my mouth its like strong viniger.
Also put 3% hydrogen peroxide on him fur or skin.

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24 Jul 2014 11:30 #46445 by Horsefeathers
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MMS2 requires lots of water. It will burn and hurt like crazy that is why a lot of water is taken and it is taken in capsule form! It is not practical to give to animals. MMS is a low oxidizer. Hydrogen Peroxide is a greater oxidizer. I know some people have reacted to Hydrogen Peroxide where as MMS has a much better safety record. Most certainly try it in her food, see if you can thin it down a little bit so she get water in her, if not don't sweat it.

If you have cat treats that kitty likes you can try and sneak some MMS in that way. Gravy? Will she lick up some gravy? That may be another way to try.

How much MMS are you giving her? You might want to start with a very small dose, say 1/8 to 1/4 drop every hour for 8 hours. If she does well, next day increase slightly and so forth.

All the best to you!
Denise

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