You must have heard of homeopathic remedies, and how they can be used to treat all sorts of problems, but did you know that they can also help your pet? There are even vets who specialise in alternative therapies. Here I suggest some remedies that you can use to treat your cat.
After reading an article in a cat magazine, I gave this remedy to my very nervous cat, who hated moving house and travelling in the car. The next time I moved, she settled in much faster than normal, and didn’t miaow once in the car. It was amazing.
This is a great ‘first aid’ remedy for both cats and humans, and can be given in the case of shock. I must stress that of course your cat should be taken to the vet if injured in any way, but Aconite is a good remedy to have in your cupboard just in case.
is a excellent treatment for promoting healing. It can be given to your cat after injury or surgery.
4. HEPAR SULPH
will help any ear or mouth infections, so may be worth keeping around if your cat is prone to infections.