Fw: [FH] My cat was diagnosed with saddleblock yesterday - i need advice
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From: "hanneloretepper" <hanneloretepper@...>
To: "Sue" <susan@...>
Sent: Monday, June 29, 2009 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [FH] My cat was diagnosed with saddleblock yesterday - i need
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Sue <susan@...> wrote:
Emily had the same thing 2 months ago and recovered complety. I used
NATTOKINASE . It is sopose to disolve clots. I gave emily it twice a day and
in 2 weeks she was walking. It may not owrk for everyone i dont know. But
the cat can recover.
All the best to your sweet kitty.
> I'm just seeing these messages so I'm not sure what you've done. If your
> cat were in pain, you would know it. They scream. However if she's not
> pain, some of them do recover. Please look back in the message archives
> anything containing "Meredith and Monkey". Monkey had a complete blockage
> and yet she recovered full use of her back legs in about 6 months.
> documented everything she did. It wasn't easy as Monkey had to drag
> around and they had to get a special litter box.
> I believe that Monkey was given heparin for the short term and then they
> prescribed lovenox which is "low-molecular weight heparin" and an
> anti-clotting agent. Lovenox is very expensive and now most people use
> plavix instead. I personally used lovenox and can answer some questions
> might have.
> Providing that your cat still has enough circulation in the limbs to keep
> them alive, she has a chance.
> Hugs to you!
> Sue and angels Pepper and Gancy
> with Nicholai, Lola-Joy and Isabella