posted on Jul, 30 2013 @ 03:51 AM
reply to post by antar
Hi Antar, it has been a long time!
...if I am correct, I've learnt that cats can heal themselves from their own purring, including broken bones, torn ligaments...etc...please believe it
if you will.
My poor old cat Scratchy attacks everything that moves in sight and has been wounded oh so many times where I thought he was not going to make it, but
I swear he has had nine lives, or more!
I remember not seeing him for awhile, heard someone say a dog attacked him, many days later heard meowing outside my window...he managed to drag
himself there knowing I was always in my room and would hear his cries. His leg was mangled, dangling like it was never going to be normal.
I brought him in, fed him, tended to his hurts, never splinted...he has been bit recently, healed again...when they are wounded you'll notice they
purr more than usual, it is a healing process, meditation like, I think, and will help them repair themselves...I believe it is a good aid when humans
need healing as well.
I hope this is the case for your kitty and all will fix itself, keep us updated please, best wishes, give kitty the attention/love he wants and needs,
see what happens.
edit on 7/30/2013 by Givenmay because: addition