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Cat hit by car, x-rays show no breaks but her legs still won’t move/respond? — 2 Comments

  1. I don’t know if you’ve heard of this or not but I have personally found that Reiki has amazing healing results – I have treated horses, cats, and dogs, and depending on the injury or problem, found stunning results. Reiki is an energy healing modality, used IN CONJUNCTION WITH medical procedure. Some people might think it is the power of suggestion, but how can that work for the animals I have helped? It certainly can’t hurt, and just might help.

  2. My first cat as an adult was Smokey. She was attacked by another cat and suffered some kind of injury. I found her lying under a tree unable to move at 11pm one night as I was calling her to come in for the night. We called the vet, who was about 80 at the time and he came out and met us (willingly too!). Nothing showed up in the xray but she couldn’t move her back legs. The vet said she’d either stay that way or she’d get better. Things were so much less technical i 1982! We took her home and kept her food and water bowl close and helped her to the litter box. It took about 4 days but she eventually recovered and started to walk again.

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