In recent months, he has gradually gone down hill. Recently he has had a reddish tinge to his fur around his front paw that he washes himself with. A Google search indicated it's not blood but due to an enzyme that can occur due to liver or kidney failure.
The redness has spread quite a bit particularly around his "bow tie" chest area.
For the last 3 days or so, Snowman has eaten only about a third of his normal intake.
With that as a background, yesterday I used a Whirling Bliss Machine on him while holding a Lakhovsky disk next to it and waved the two items back and forth. This went on for about five minutes or more.
Snowman actually likes it, He has even bumped his nose into it out of curiosity. Normally, a cat would swat at something spinning like that especially with the hand movement or jump away from it. Not so with this. He loves it and will sit there the whole time taking it in while it is spinning and being waved - even when it is in front of him.
Today the reddish area was confined to his paw once again. His limp was almost gone.
He's still sick. We did the Whirling routine twice today, once for 5 minutes and again for about 1-2 minutes. He relaxes and gets into his "breadbox" position after we get started. Yesterday he would do a wiggle off and on. Never seen him do that before.
I suspect this healing will be palliative only, because previous short treatments have produced only temporary help. But anything I can do to assist him in feeling better seems like a win for both of us. No, I won't be taking him to a vet to kill him. That's just not happening.e
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