My Cat Would Not Eat After Intestinal Surgery
Author: Susan M A.
Word Count: 195
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Testimonial ID: 8275-OR
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My cat had to have emergency intestinal surgery. I was told that her issue was probably fatal. I knew we would both be happier if she could be at home. They would not release her until she ate. She is a real scaredy cat! I sat with her for an hour and she never stopped pacing the room.
The next day, I returned to the vet, I brought her favorite items from home to make her more comfortable, sat on the floor for 3 hours, trying to calm her down. She paced and paced. I was out of ideas as to how to get her to calm down.
I had my diffuser and Lavender oil with me so I turned it on, and in 10 minutes, she stopped pacing, came over and sat on my lap. Ten minutes later she ate!
Due to the nature of her problem, it was also suggested that I mix a few drops of DiGize to baking soda and add to her litter box - like aromatherapy. She is doing really great. It's been about 7 months. I am so happy and so is she!
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