cat kidney failureCat kidney failure need not have the dire consequences your vet will tell you.

One of the greatest challenges for a homeopath is treating an animal. Homeopathy relies very much on subjective symptoms, such as how someone feels or the sensation of the pain (aching, shooting, burning, dragging, etc). So, to be successful in treating an animal, you have to develop other skills.

Observation of body language is useful not just in treating animals, but allows a true picture of a human to come through, too. Humans tend to compensate a lot, to conform to their society, culture, religion, family, friends, peer group, etc. Humans are a herd animal and most feel more comfortable if they are accepted by members of their chosen group.

However, this may not be in accordance with their true nature.

So to some extent, both humans and animals are difficult to treat because they either can’t or won’t tell you their true essential selves.

As a consequence, homeopaths have to develop good observing skills. I often liken the need for a homeopath to develop good detective abilities.

When I was a student homeopath, one of my cats stopped eating. After a couple of days, I took her to the vet, who diagnosed kidney failure. His prognosis was poor.

Refusing his proffered drugs, I brought her home and pored over my books. Trying to bring in all her subtle signs and symptoms was a challenge, but not impossible.

After extensive research, I gave her the indicated homeopathic remedy. It was from a home made kit I had recently bought, all in plastic bottles and in very low potency (strength). Plastic bottles are not considered suitable for homeopathic remedies as they are porous.

I gave her one dose. Within 10 minutes she came into the kitchen asking for food. Her appetite never looked back.

She required only a few more doses, before the condition completely cleared up. She lived several more healthy years, after this.

My double delight in not only healing my cat, but in my first successful case (human or animal), knew no bounds!

And a little delight in proving the medical profession wrong did not go unnoticed!

But it also taught me a lot more, subsequently. The main lessons I got from this in later years, was that if you get the right remedy, you can get wonderful results even with a low potency. The other important point is that you don’t necessarily need many doses. And the third lesson was that they can survive bad storage.

People often give too many doses, in desperation for something to happen. But, with the right remedy, that something normally happens quickly. Best results come from putting the time in to get the right remedy.

The homeopathic treatment for cat kidney failure may take a professional homeopath some time to work out. In the meantime, make sure other aspects of your cat’s life is healthy, such as diet, family stress and so forth.


Madeleine Innocent
Madeleine Innocent

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    8 replies to "Homeopathic Treatment of Cat Kidney Failure"

    • Hardo

      What was the actual remedy you gave her?

      Thank you

    • Madeleine Innocent

      It would not help you to know the remedy as homeopathy works on the individual symptoms, not the disease diagnosis. Each cat with the same problem would need different remedies.

    • Catherine Fisher

      The holistic vet near me is not taking new clients. I am familiar with homeopathy and have many remedies. My cat has had kidney disease for years, and has been on a dry food prescribed by the vet which I am prepared to change, following your program. I have purchased the book. But he has gone through concerniing changes recently which if not adressed quickly I am afraid will lead to his death. He has lost weight, is voiding large quantiities, very thirsty, and still hungry. Sleeps much. Can you suggest several remedy possiblities that I can explore to see if they are a good match?

      I will also be working on his diet change.

      Thank you.

    • Madeleine Innocent

      Hi Catherine, Yep the diet is the cause of so much misery. If you need help, we’d need a consultation. Check the help options in the top menu.

    • Kaye Magee

      Hi ,My name is Kaye I have a rescue group in Ontario ,Canada. I need help , I have and 17 year old cat who stains to pee ,to a vet she says nothing wrong no blockage etc, brought her home she is back staining to pee?. I’m 70 years old and do homeopathy for my self, but not dealt with this problem please help .
      Pleas send me the info to get your books.

    • Madeleine Innocent

      Go to the Help Options link at the bottom of the page

    • Kimimela Wakan

      My 14-year-old male cat may have ingested some part of the bouquet of lilies that I was sent (before I got rid of them), and want to know what homeopathic remedy could detox his kidneys. Different sources say different things, the most common being Arsenicum. Thank you.

    • Madeleine Innocent

      Hi Kimimeta, poisoning is a serious condition and is not within the capabilities or scope of a home prescriber. You need professional help with this. Homeopathy works with the individual, not the condition. You can book a consultatioo here –

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