Category Archives: Cat

Oct 2020
Katze-Giardiose

Cat – giardia/ giardiosis

Giardia are parasites that can cause severe diarrhea in cats, many other animals and humans.

It can lead to severe inflammation of the small intestine.

The diarrhea often alternates with normal defecation.

The feces are slimy, smelly and sometimes bloody.

Most of the time, the cats are fine nevertheless.

Giardia are spread through ingestion of contaminated water and / or contact with infected animals.

Stress can also lead to an outbreak of giardia.

The diarrhea is a healthy reaction of the body, because it tries to get rid of the Giardia.

Conventional medicine treats it with e.g. Panacur.

However, this does not eliminate the cause.

Cause intestinal flora & immune system

The cause is a non-intact intestinal flora and thus a non-intact immune system.

If the intestinal flora is not in balance, neither can the immune system.

Without a healthy immune system, the cat cannot fight off the parasites.

Because of this, many kittens have a Giardia problem because the immune system is still

is not fully developed or is sensitively disturbed by vaccinations, de-worming, etc.

If the intestinal flora is built up and completely “dense”, the Giardia has no chance any longer.

The first thing to do is to rebuild the intestinal flora.

Cause nutrition

Diet also plays a major role.

Cats are strict carnivores, and a wild cat’s diet would contain almost no carbohydrates.

Giardia feed on carbohydrates.

This means that dry food and wet food containing carbohydrates should be removed from the food plan immediately in order to starve the Giardia – and to feed the cat appropriately.

Cause stress

If diarrhea persists, it is important to check if the cat is stressed.

This can be triggered by a wide variety of causes, such as construction work, the other cat(s),

new people in the environment, changes in routine … etc.

Therapy

With the bioresonance analysis I can test which remedies for the intestinal flora are right for your cat, which food would support it and what it on top needs against the Giardia.

Depending on where the stress-inducing cause lies, the treatment should start individually and specifically.Bi

Nov 2019

Fur discoloration dogs & cats – Bioresonance

The bright white fur turns into a red-brown-yellow over time.

Why does the fur, the pigments or the drawing change?

Color changes for puppies / kitten are normal, since the pigmentation and drawing is not completed till they are grown up.

A good example for this is are Dalmatians, whose spots develop after 2-3 weeks.

Brownish discoloration in adult animals on the eyelids, snout, ears, paws, is what most owners worry about.

There are many different reasons for this.

Porphyine

Discoloration can be caused by porphyrins.

Porphyrins are red blood cell degradation products that are found in all body fluids,

as in saliva and tears.

Such discolorations can thus arise by licking the rest of the fur.

Copper deficiency

Copper deficiency can be caused by malnutrition, as well as disturbed intestinal symbiosis or too much zinc, which can affect the absorption of nutrients.

In case of a copper deficiency, however, other symptoms, such as anemia and diminished efficiency occur.

Hormonal diseases

Endoparasites

Ectoparasites

Chronic digestive disorders

Skin metabolic disorders

Altered or slowed metabolic processes through age

It is important in all cases to rebalance and support the metabolism of the skin and thus the regeneration of the fur.

Sep 2018

Mimi, cat – Rolling Skin Syndrome / feline hyperesthesia – Bioresonance

Mimi is an 11 year old cat and has been suffering from the so-called Rolling Skin Syndrome.

Most of the time it starts with licking her legs, then the fur twitches, the skin rolls in waves over her back and she races wildly through the apartment.

She seems absent-minded and it often looks like she’s hunting prey, which is not there at all.

The skin is very sensitive and sensitive to touch – hyperesthesia. Continue reading

Jun 2017

Betty, cat – diabetes

Her owner did contact me because Betty lost more and more weight, even though she was eating a lot.

In addition, she appeared weak, listless and had problems with her rear legs.

The owner confirmed that she also drinks a lot.

To me, everything pointed to diabetes and so I asked to go to the veterinarian first as soon as possible. Continue reading

Jan 2013

Mimi, cat – Lyme desease (borreliosis)

Mimi is a seven year-old house cat and for the last 3–4 years has suffered symptoms of palsy in her hindquarters, general weakness and biting attacks. The owner consulted various veterinarians and even an animal clinic. Mimi was examined there with x-ray, MRT, lumber puncture, etc., but no causes were found for the symptoms. Continue reading