Feline Viral Myocarditis
Peanuts: An 11 yr old, neutered male Domestic Shorthair cat from Alberta, Canada
Presentation: Hospitalized, in ICU at a local hospital. Severe, sudden onset heart failure (cardiomyopathy), with rapidly falling blood pressure and vital signs. Symptoms: difficulty breathing, extreme weakness, loss of appetite, dehydration.
Conventional therapy: Peanuts was stabilized in an O2 cage and conventional treatment consisted of fluids, potassium, Lasix, spironolactone and vetmedin .
- Radionic transmission- Homeopathic Bryonia, Merc viv. Australian Flower Essence Grey Spider Flower, Wheat Germ Oil, Optiferrin C, Mg malate, Grape Seed Phytisome, Vit D3, Olive leaf Extract, Co Q10, Tuna Omega Oil.
- Rife treatment- x4. # 626(pericardium), #421(flu), #659(pseudomonas), #689 (rhinopneumonitis), #754 (strep), #740 (staph), #805 (thymus).
Owner Care: 20 minutes twice daily full-spectrum light therapy (ie Happy Light, Costco ), raw diet.
Resolution: Peanuts was released home in a few days. His heart energy increased from 52% to 92% within two months. He is currently off of all meds except Vetmedin. He’s happy and healthy and back to enjoying his life with his best friend, Paul.