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Cat with Cancer 03 May 2020 00:52 #63942

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Hi, I just bought the Jim Humble MSS Guide book, whilst I await the book.

How do I dose a cat with Cancer? She has a tumour the size of a golf ball

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Dosing animals is a bit complicated as you can see from the book's contents. If you buy the ebook, you will have it right away!

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I've been going thru the book but finding the dosing guide for animals unclear. For a ten pound cat it sounds like the starter dose is 8 drops in 1/2 cups water, C2, and starting with 4 to 5 drops. That sounds strong, although the minimal drops might make that worse. Am I reading this chart correctly?

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For a 10# animal, mix an 8 drop MMS1 dose and add to 120ml (4 fl oz) of water. 

For the Starting Procedure, on day 1, administer 4.5 drops from the above solution to the animal in some additional water, hourly.

Probably use a 1ml or 3ml syringe and squirt it down its throat. 

Day 2 could be 9 drops and day 3 could be 13 drops maximum, hourly. 

You will probably need your neighbors to help restrain the cat while you shove a syringe down its throat. 
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Ah the 4.5 drops in approx how much additional water... I've got 3ml syringes and he's been pretty good about me administering it, if it's not too much liquid. Thank you

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4.5 drops is about 0.22ml, so you could add that to a 1ml syringe filled with 0.8ml of water, or use a 3ml syringe with a little more water. 
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