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Life’s An Itch (Part 5)

The trip to the veterinary dermatologist to get more help with our itchy problem was AWESOME! The Dr. Mundrell is friendly, warm, respectful, loving, diligent, etc! He was very understanding of Andy’s mistrust of men.

I’m glad we went, even tho it was a long wait, long drive, big bill (although not as big as . . . → Read More: Life’s An Itch (Part 5)

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Life’s An Itch (Part 4)

Well… I guess it’s about time for another update on our itchy skin problem.

The skin problem continues, but it’s a little different now than before.

Emma seems completely over whatever was ailing her.

Rumi and Andy are still itchy, but still not as frenetic about attacking the itches. They both are licking themselves more . . . → Read More: Life’s An Itch (Part 4)

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Life’s An Itch (Part 3)

Well, in this third post about our miserable skin problem, I’m thrilled to finally report some progress on the itch front. I’m kinda stunned by it, too.

Less than 24 hours after giving Rumi his first colloidal silver sponge bath HIS FUR STARTED GROWING BACK!! I’ll start doing this with the other cats very soon.

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Life’s An Itch (Part 2)

The saga continues… My cats are still dealing with some mysterious health condition that causes Rumi & Andy to itch excessively. Emma’s symptoms were different at first and I think the initial problem was taken care of but she then began itching, too.

Emma seemed to be cured following the first lime sulfur dip. Andy . . . → Read More: Life’s An Itch (Part 2)

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Life’s An Itch

It’s time that I write a post (or two or three or…) about trying to solve a problem my cats are dealing with. So far, we don’t know what’s ailing them. We only know their symptoms and a few of the things that are not causing them (due to the process of elimination).

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