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Strong CBD Oil for Miss Kitty, Calming and pain free. What I’m also doing for ‘GoldDigger’ the Cat is giving her hi-strength CBO oil from the cannabis plant to …

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  1. Hey, that's full spectrum cold pressed. It has to pass through the liver. I have nano lab tested cbd. Seriously if you want the real deal let me know. I can even get injectable all 100% pure. Free no BS. Can get you in contact with the maker and you can talk to him.

  2. As long as there is no haemoraging – she'll be okay. No need to put her down. Every day is a bonus. In any case – if this treatment works – that Spooky 2 thing is going to fly off the shelves worldwide!

  3. my dog is 19 and he was dying from a mass growth near his heart. The cbd has made him like a young dog again and definatly is working. he also was taking other vet meds but the cbd really worked . We get my dog Canna-Pet cbd oil. its the #1 pet cbd oil.

  4. It's probably a good guess that she was sick when you got her… Oct 2017 will , unless there's a miracle, not see much past Oct 2019, WHICH would about EXACTLY right for the course of cancer…its ALSO likely at least SomEONE knew she was sick and let her go if she wasn't completely feral….but DUDE, no MATTER WHAT you gave her a good and comfortable END, you gave her a endstage cancer care that most people would and do pay MILLIONS for or CAN'Tget FROM family at any cost…..

  5. Hi syyenergy7 – Long time watcher, first time posting to your wonderful channel.

    I wanted to suggest asking the vet to call in mirtazapine pills as an appetite stimulant if you think GoldDigger can take them crushed up in the sardine or tuna juice, or mixed in with a wet food piece off your finger. Mirtazapine is an antidepressant used in humans and in very small doses can be used in anorexic cats to stimulate their appetite. You might consider seeing if she might take a very low starting dose of 1mg-2mg mixed up in the juice.

    My own 16-year-old cat (still doing great) had a mouth abscess from calicivirus in her earlier years (age 2-3) and wasn't eating or drinking from all the nasal discharge the virus and associated upper respiratory infection causes. A lot of shelter cats have this calicivirus/rhinotrachietis problem. (Of course, I know your Golddigger has a much more serious diagnosis.)

    The vet prescribed 1/4 of a pill of the smallest human dose mirtazapine for my cat, and it really perked her right up, along with subcutaneous fluids delivered at the vet's office. CBD may also help with appetite stimulation, too.

    I wish you good luck and keep us posted.

    P.S. There is also a transdermal mirtazapine ointment available for cats applied to the inner ear in addition to the pills. Just FYI during a quick Google search.

  6. I don't think she wants to leave you just yet, man,…but, it sure looks like soon…who knows…but, you have to let them go when it's their time…VERY sad for me because I lost my cat to the c…great cat…Symba…from Lion King, of course….long hair and looked like a maine-coon.

  7. You are doing 100β…ž that you can, looking at her she seems better and I think you are probably right about her age,
    Cats heal quickly they have strong immune systems ,and they know if they can't heal they will look for a place to pass away ,
    Time will tell ,you doing everything you can

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