- 8 years ago
- Wedding: May 2010
At least they figured out what it was!I googled it & said its something that can be tricky to diagnose. I’ve been finding that more natural stuff is amazing, helps the pet & isn’t adding more chemical/ unnatural things to your cat’s system. My dog gets frequent bladder infections, so I got D-Mannose (a natural thing) & she hasn’t gotten one since! Ever since then, I try the natural stuff (in combo with my vet).
Here are some natural things, which if used in combination with your vet, should also help:
Veterinary treatment is always necessary in cases of pancreatitis, but herbal and homeopathic remedies can be administered along with conventional treatment or as a means to control the conditions future recurrence. Some homeopathic agents are quite beneficial to the liver, pancreas, and gallbladder. One of these is Milk Thistle. It is a high-powered antioxidant; removing system toxins at the cellular level, thus alleviating the cats symptoms. Burdock is also an herb for the treatment and future prevention of new attacks of the ailment. Burdock has antibiotic and blood purification properties. A bio-chemic tissue salt called Nat. Phos helps break down and digest fats in the system. Nat. Sulph helps with liver detoxification, which is a contributing factor to pancreatitis.
Grow some “cat grass” to keep in your home for your cat that naturally chooses the grass to induce vomiting and rid itself of hairballs or other toxins.
• Adding some green sprouts to the cat’s diet is another option.