Twelve years ago, I received a call from someone who knew we were in the market for a cat and asked if I’d take a sickly kitten. Foolishly (or perhaps not), we took on this project and named the little waif Carmelina.
From the onset, the kitty showed signs of weakness but not until a week or two later, did she become seriously ill. She was so thin that her ribs showed through her skimpy fur. Since she was not able to get up to eat, we fed her raw milk and egg yolk through an eye dropper. Her eyes were weepy with a vague look and she never purred.
Our boys lined a small basket with an old lamb’s wool and gently placed her in it. For days, Carmelina hardly moved and we were certain she’d die.
Based on research in my homeopathic repertory (a list of symptoms that correspond to specific remedies), it became quite clear to me that she needed Sulphur.
Except for one other incident later in her life (that I’ll write about in a future post), she’s remained full of the dickens ever since the day she was treated with Sulphur.
Carmelina is a tiny cat, but she’s a great mouser, purrs daily, has sparkling, inquisitive eyes, and a rich and robust life.
Vet bills? No way. Just a bottle of Sulphur that cost me $13.
Curing my family with homeopathy…..now that’s the cat’s meow.
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