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Cat stomach cancer 23 Jan 2023 00:37 #77515

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Has anyone cured cat of stomach cancer pls?His little sides r sticking out.I started him on MMS on Monday when the powder arrived in the post.Thanks

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Cat stomach cancer 23 Jan 2023 07:19 #77521

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Sorry to hear about your cat.

I'm not sure about stomach cancer specifically.
There's not much information about non-human animals.

But "MMS" works for pretty much everything for pretty much everyone,
so it should work for your cat for this issue.

I followed the protocols for animals as noted in Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

And I used organic chicken broth to make it palatable.

More info on my website, link below.

I hope it works for you and your cat, too.
 
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You will find info there regarding Jim Humble's "MMS Health Recovery Guidebook".

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Cat stomach cancer 23 Jan 2023 09:01 #77525

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Thank u very much.How old was your cat and what did u cur epls?Most of your video links no longer work so pl scan u upload them again?How long did it take to cure your cat pls?How many mls of the 1 drop in 30 mls did u give for each dose pls?Thanks

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Cat stomach cancer 24 Jan 2023 21:23 #77546

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I know it's really difficult with animals because you can't just say,
"Here, drink this, it's medicine and will make you feel better."

Luckily, I never had to force my cat to drink it. Later, when he started
getting really sick from kidney disease, he started balking at it,
but for the most part was pretty good about taking it.

I don't know exactly how old he was, because he was a stray, but
he was pretty old, probably in excess of 13 or so at first, and lived to be
somewhere near 20. I decided to not be aggressive with his treatment
toward the end because he was so old and had possibly reached
the natural end of his life span.

He had FIV, basically Feline HIV, which negatively affected his
immune system, so he got terrible upper respiratory problems,
which are only treatable with antibiotics (which eventually stop
working over time, and are not good to be on long term), but
eventually the cat usually gets cancer and dies.

But the MMS worked better than antibiotics and kept him clean
and breathing easy for the last several years of his life.
And it helped build his immune system back up, as well.

When he got kidney failure, it came on really fast and there were
some problems with things the vet did for him that weakened
him and he didn't want to take the MMS anymore.
So I made a decision to let him go.

I pretty much followed the Animal Protocols in Jim Humble's
"MMS Health Recovery Guidebook". I suggest you order a copy,
downloading it is faster, and read and study that book.

Stomach cancer is bad, especially if it is advanced, because
it can negatively affect their appetite.

There are some other protocols, like using DMSO and applying
it to their ears and/or feet. It depends on how aggressive you
want to be. But you need to understand what the book says
so you can make a decision on what to do.

Most of the videos on my website still work, afaik.
I try to find an alternate video source if one disappears.

I talk about my cat under My Story at this link:

www.aspoonfulofmedicine.com/mystory.php#cat_story

 
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Cat stomach cancer 24 Jan 2023 23:46 #77548

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died at 4.30pm today choking on phlegm.am devastated.and new vet at 10 am today said his chest was ok when I took him

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Cat stomach cancer 25 Jan 2023 17:33 #77552

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So sorry to hear that.

Condolences. #RIP

I've had many cats over the years and they can "out of the blue"
take a sudden turn for the worse so quickly. It seems to be "a cat thing".

I like to think they have crossed the Rainbow Bridge and are
residing in the Summerlands dancing with Butterflies,
waiting for you.

Three months later and I'm still dealing with the lost of my cat.
Sometimes it takes time. But it gets better day by day.
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