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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 13 Jun 2022 13:42 #75780

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the fact that your cats lived ripe old ages unto 17 or so - wish , should not stress you out. you should be very proud of yourself. not only did you take them in, you gave them wholesome lives.

very well done to you.

I still can assure you simply topical application of mms will not do much for the cats, and if im wrong, then I will be happy to be corrected.

the probability of the cats at their age having low immune systems, the possibility of these bacteria / viruses migrating from the localised area to other parts of the system is quite probable. ( considering the age )

bombarding the body with constant mms ( which I recently learnt myself from some of the intelligible people on here like truthseker and stu , in the hard way ) seems to be most effective.

its not like I agree with everything they say,  but  its how informatively , cautiously and respectfully they say it, that you gotta give it a thought and try it. and if it works for you, it becomes a conviction. I was using mms only in the morning and night for a while. then I got monkeypox and did smaller doses every hour in a litre of water. my monkeypox scarring is almost zero, apart from the two lesions on my genitals, where it first started. so mms did work to not let it spread viciously beyond what was already affected badly before I started the regimen. 



 

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 14 Jun 2022 00:56 #75793

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Wow. That's a great testimony about the hourly dosing for the monkeypox and scarring. Bravo. Hope you're over it now. 

Thank you so much for your comments. I am happy that my cats have lived long lives. I think they were around 6 before I found out that they didn't need vaccines (they were/are all inside all the time) . And I started with a holistic vet. It's been a long journey of learning about supplements and herbs, etc. Of course, that makes for more difficult care (can't just put food down and leave it at that) and better food choices. MORE money. But, well spent. 

I think the biggest things I can advocate for (until I have my miraculous kitty healing with MMS) is the radioactive iodine treatment for thyroid (but I hear MMS works for that, too) and Manuka Honey. Two of my cats had the iodine treatment. A doc here keeps them only 2-3 days. Well worth it not having to give meds. I hadn't had much luck with natural thyroid supplements. And the manuka is the ONLY thing that cleared up a chronic skin infection on one of my cats. I would be using it today if this were not an ear thing. Not a good idea for sure in the ear. I hope this may help someone reading this. 

Fortunately, this cat is only about 6, so I think he has a good chance of pulling through. Yesterday  I saw a shift - the polyp is darker in color and isn't bleeding. I didn't know if it was dried blood on it or what, but no bleeding today either! It is calm. It is not "angry" and red and inflamed. Some slight clear discharge, but it actually looks smaller and the smell is not as strong. (I hate to jump the gun, but I'm feeling good about it!)

I understand what you are saying about the topical application. I think adding the DMSO is the key. Also, the external use of the frankincense and silver. Plus adding the silver and CBD, omega 3 and immune boosters to his food. I may have mentioned using Panacur (fenbenzadole) three days last week. I think I'll repeat it after two weeks. I kind of have to treat this think like it is cancer, since I don't actually know what it is. It probably isn't, but that'll be a bonus. Also using some Cassie's Tea in his water. I know it's a LOT for the little guy, but I think it's all working together. 

So, being on a high note -- I'm getting aggressive with the oral MMS1. I started the hourly when I got home and he's had three oral doses without food for the time being. I think the lack of food is the only thing keeping him from hiding from me. I want to get a good 4 doses in before offering him anything in between. I actually thought if he was hungry I could do the dose in a bit of the chicken broth, or other broth. So far, that hasn't worked, but it's OK, because direct is best. He's not happy with me, but it'll be worth it. Actually, he is on the affectionate side tonight (interesting -- feeling better maybe). His hydration is better and his coat looks good. My only bad thing is not being exactly on the hour. I have to go back and read how important that is. I start off on time, but I do kind of have to coax him - and was trying to do the broth thing. I'm making fresh doses each time (I'm drinking some of the rest). 

Thank you for your comments and help!

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 14 Jun 2022 08:10 #75797

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Hopefully it's doing some good stuff and that is what you are seeing the results of.

I wouldn't stress about hourly. Just do the best that you can.
If you miss one, it doesn't really matter all that much. Or if you are late.
Sometimes if I'm 15 minutes late, I'll do the next one at 5 after and
then be back on hourly.

I'm giving my cat 2 to 3 doses a day, and sometimes skip a day or two.
Probably not the best thing to do, but he's acting like he's feeling well now and eating well.
So as long as he's like that, I'm good.
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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 14 Jun 2022 08:35 #75800

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I was 22 when I had first tried mms . im almost 33 now. at the time it worked for me and my dog was 14 and was ready to pass away with lots of problems.

I was secretly force feeding him mms meals a lot, and at one point my dog who used to at least like me if not love me like he did my dad, started literally hating me hard.

so much so that when he used to feel better from the mms , and was able to stand up and walk and bark, he would literally growl at me and not let me touch him. it was like he was signalling my father that I was poisoning him and was trying to kill him . im certain that my dog was CONVINCED I was poisoning him and I was the reason he was unwell.

I stopped giving it to him , and he became sick again . but I just didn't have the heart to put him through it again . I dint want him to pass thinking I was poisoning him . he passed in my sisters arms with my dad there. I didn't go for the euthanasia . it was best he passed around people he really thought truly cared about him . had I gone , im sure his anxiety of death would have been manifold.

ever since, I have never dared giving an animal mms or anything that a doctor wont prescribe. I am certain even animals understand the concept of poisoning.

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 15 Jun 2022 07:55 #75815

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Except you weren't poisoning him, you were "medicating" him and helping him.

I suppose he could have held it against you for potentially prolonging his suffering.
Who knows what non-human (or human) animals are really thinking.
But I doubt if he "hated you for poisoning him".
There most likely was something else going on that you misinterpreted.

There is literally NO DIFFERENCE between giving an animal (what I call) "Home Remedy" MMS/CD,
or some other "Vet-Prescribed Medication", except MMS/CD isn't officially recognized by the AVA,
isn't "believed in" by most veterinarians, and MMS/CD generally works MUCH better than
"BIG Pharma" drugs, in most cases imo, especially for things for which there are no real
medications or treatments and/or for "terminal / incurable" diseases and illnesses where
a Veterinarian can't do much or anything at all.

It's no different from using it on an human animal.
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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 15 Jun 2022 11:13 #75819

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Thanks for answering this. I had the same feeling that we don't know what is going on with the animals, and that the MMS certainly isn't poisoning him - as evidenced by the fact that he was up and walking and barking. It is so hard to constantly try to assess how they are feeling when we're administering remedies and medications. Regardless, I think they know we are coming from a place of love. 

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 15 Jun 2022 11:22 #75820

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I actually got through the first day of the 8 hr dosing and it went pretty well. Had to space out the feeding, but let that go until after the first 4 doses. Did 6 doses yesterday. He didn't want the broth, and I was going to try tuna or sardine broth, but was reading to not mix with any antioxidants so I wondered about that. I picked up a carton of Cat Sip and used that. I started off doing doses directly, but that is extremely stressful for him and I can't keep that up.  

I was all excited about the apparent drying of the ear, but now it's moist and gunky again. I did miss a couple topical applications because I was focusing on the MMS dosing, and I think this may have had something to do with it. 

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 16 Jun 2022 18:09 #75829

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On page 40 in Andre Kalcker's book on "The Essentials" He shows a picture of a cat using a shot glass containing CDS and holding it up to the ear. He says its used for aliments in the ear and to disinfect the ear canals in cats. I don't have cats so can not comment on if it works or not. I use either CDS or MMS to treat dogs and pups and add a drop of stevia so it doesn't taste so bad.

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Cat with infected ear polyp - surgical removal not an option. HELP! 18 Jun 2022 16:24 #75862

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Thank you for that. I saw that exact thing online somewhere. I remember thinking that if the cat jerks his head, the CDS would spill into the ear and it made me nervous. I will check out the procedure in more detail ... I'm probably overly fearful of it. 

I appreciate the comment! 

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