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  • Bogdan Bilyk
    Jonathan, I apologise. I did not mean to attack you. Sometimes I do come across as a little bit sarcastic. For that, I am sorry. A good starting point for
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 5, 2001
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      Jonathan, I apologise. I did not mean to attack you. Sometimes I do come
      across as a little bit sarcastic. For that, I am sorry. A good starting
      point for treating cat's would be the following url:
      http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/1158/feline.htm
      As for Cayenne, although I can't list any studies that have been done on
      animals or people, because it would take an inordinate amount of time to
      search for all of the references, there is some good information here:
      http://www.geocities.com/HotSprings/1158/cayenne.htm
      from Dr. Schulze. he has treated many people with cayenne and I have heard
      of no negative references about cayenne when using this herb on animals.
      That is why I used it on my cat. What did I or the cat have to lose? After
      all, the vet just wanted to put the cat away. I have used cayenne on myself
      for several years and I knew what positive benefits it has had on me, so I
      naturally decide to use it on my cat and it worked. My cat is healthy and
      running around driving me nuts. A joyful nuts, because I do love the little
      bum. His name is INKY because he is coal black. And now, he is also healthy
      AND alive because I did NOT listen to the vet and I treated him myself with
      herbs, vitamins and a homeopathic product. There ARE situations that should
      be handled by a vet, but in this case, the vet wanted to put him away so I
      decided to treat him myself and succeeded.



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