One of my cats has been having loose stool, and I have also noticed a little blood in the stool at times. Since I don't believe I could get her to easily take activated MMS in water with a dropper or syringe without a big chase every time, would an unactivated drop of MMS put on a small piece of the cat treats she likes activate with her stomach acid and be effective and safe in treating what ails her. After she has eaten her breakfast, which she is not eating as well as she used to, I can wait a couple of hours; and, then give her an MMS treat dose every hour for 8 hours. Then I could give her dinner 2 hours after her last dose or the day. She also seems to be congested with "coughing" fits. Any guidance about how I can best help her would be greatly appreciated.
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