Client: female chocolate Burmese cat, 3yrs.
Presenting symptoms: Client’s cat was mauled by dog in early morning and managed to get home before collapsing with multiple blunt trauma woulds around the pelvic region and back legs, profuse bleeding and unable to support weight in rear legs. Admitted to local veterinarian’s care with a grim prognosis; unlikely to live through the weekend, best case a challenging and long recovery with apparent dangers of infection, muscle necrosis, Subcutaneous Emphysema (a disorder in which bubbles of air become trapped under the skin) and highly likely the removal of a back leg.
Treatment: distance healing
Post-session follow up: Client feedback
Following day, client reported cat survived overnight, bleeding stopped. Muscle necrosis and Subcutaneous Emphysema still a major concern and cat was subsequently kept over the weekend for continued observation. Day three morning, the cat was sent home with anti-inflammatory, pain relief and broad spectrum antibiotic medicines. Bite wounds had closed and were healing well. No sign of inflammation. Cat pulled it’s stitches out that night – no bleeding. Follow up visit to Veterinarian occurred on day 5, the Vet was visibly stunned when assessing the cat as she was holding full weight on the wounded pelvis and back legs, jumped off the Vet’s table and had removed stitches earlier by herself. Vet didn’t charge for the consultation. Cat made a rapid and full recovery in less than two weeks.
2 months since treatment and results have held. Cat is still in excellent health with full mobility.