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RE: Asthma symptoms in cat

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Posted by: quill at Wed Sep 7 18:08:35 2011  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by quill ]  
   

Thank you. It may be more than a food allergy because cold air or afood triggers it too. I was wondering how to give homeopathics to a cat. The little small pellets are sometimes dissolvable and other times they're hard as a rock. I've read
that the pellets need to be placed under the tongue or in the pouch at the side of the mouth in order to be assimilated into the system but this would be difficult to do especially with the hard pellets that take a long time to dissolve. Is there a way to crush them and put them in a tiny amount of water and give that way? Would it work just as well? I'm trying to locate the Drosera and Spongia you mentioned and would like to know to to best give them. Thank you, again, for your reply and your very
helpful information. It is much appreciated.


   

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