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The neighborhood cat, the Whirling Bliss Machine, and Lakhovsky
09-07-2018, 02:05 AM #1
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Snowman has been living outdoors here for ten years, He was brought from a farm as an adult by a neighbor. I started feeding him not realizing it was 'their' cat. They were all too happy to have me look after him.

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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09-07-2018, 02:13 AM #2
Team Uzi ռօ ǟʀȶɨʄɨƈɨǟʟ ֆաɛɛȶɛռɛʀֆ
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Whirling Bliss Machine
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Here kit-teh kit-teh!

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09-07-2018, 05:09 PM #3
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I had to google the Lakhovsky thingy 13.gif Cats are so weird
09-07-2018, 09:23 PM #4
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(4 hours ago)Octo Wrote:  I had to google the Lakhovsky thingy  13.gif  Cats are so weird

Lakhovsky's book The Secret of Life is a somewhat of a layperson's book, and it's quite extraordinary. I would say Lakhovsky was the equal of Tesla and Dr. Emanuel Revici (who is the subject of my Amazon #1 ranked book.) Originally written in French, the English translator of The Secret Life provides a bit of a primer to make the electronics easier to grasp. But there is much more to the book than electronics. For folks who are interested in discovering some amazing things such as why birds, bugs and fish do what they do and how they do it, this book is a must.

There are a couple photos of a geranium plant that was the only one not to die, simply by placing a partial wire coil attached to an ebony wood base. The friggin' plant grows to "Little Shop of Horror size." The other plants barely get off the ground and die. All had been innoculated with a plant disease. The big plant sloughed off the disease in three months. The others died in two or less.

Let's make 5G safe by installing zirconium ceramic bricks to the cell masts. It will save the providers billions of dollars quickly by reducing interference.

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09-07-2018, 09:24 PM #5
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(Yesterday, 06:13 PM)Team Uzi Wrote:  Whirling Bliss Machine
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Here kit-teh kit-teh!

"Snowman" is sleeping on a Bliss Disk with his resting head on a Lakhovsy disk! I'd tucked the disks a little bit under his body and after a while he moved to his present position. The surface probably feels cool to him.

Earlier, Snowman meowed like he was super hungry, walked without a limp, and has almost no reddish colored fur (indicating possible liver or kidney failure) - just a dab on his paws. He ate twice as much as he's been eating the last 4 days.

Let's make 5G safe by installing zirconium ceramic bricks to the cell masts. It will save the providers billions of dollars quickly by reducing interference.

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09-08-2018, 02:31 AM #6
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Good grief. He's been in the same spot for 6 or 7 hours!

He better start paying rent or helping with the A/C bill.

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09-08-2018, 03:01 AM #7
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Snowman finally went outside with my urging. He'd gotten up and it looked like he was looking for a private place to make one of those wedding cakes or cow pies, one or the other.

He didn't want to go outside because it was raining. i don't blame him, but I might have killed him had he shat in the corner. With my mobility issues, doodly bopping in a hard to reach location would have been a capital offense.

He jumped up on the window ledge under a large overhang, so he's fine and dry.

BTW, he didn't limp.

Let's make 5G safe by installing zirconium ceramic bricks to the cell masts. It will save the providers billions of dollars quickly by reducing interference.

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09-08-2018, 11:53 AM #8
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I can't keep feral cats on my property, they don't like the old cowshed/garage anymore than I do. chuckle.gif

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09-08-2018, 06:02 PM #9
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(6 hours ago)Strigoi Wrote:  I can't keep feral cats on my property, they don't like the old cowshed/garage anymore than I do.  chuckle.gif

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09-09-2018, 05:07 PM #10
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Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.
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09-09-2018, 08:34 PM #11
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(3 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.

The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.

If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.

Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.

The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.

Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.

PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before  go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"
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09-09-2018, 08:35 PM #12
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(1 minute ago)Below Average Genius II Wrote:  
(3 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.

The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.

If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.

Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.

The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.

Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.

PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before  go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"

Update: Cleared some cookies and stuff, so my avatar isn't showing.
09-09-2018, 08:45 PM #13
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(10 minutes ago)Below Average Genius II Wrote:  
(3 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.

The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.

If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.

Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.

The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.

Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.

PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before  go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"

Feral cats do not live very long due to lack of proper medical care. Most do not live beyond 3 years old. My sis and I are capturing ferals here and we have heard that there may be 80 of them that a farmer keeps in a barn with no regard for their health or if they eat or not. We took in one feral which we thought was an older adult, beat up and sick looking, to the vet and she said he was still very young.

Point is, if his organs are failing, then he will not get better without medical intervention, and may not get better even with medical intervention.

I do not believe in letting any animal suffer in pain.
09-09-2018, 08:57 PM #14
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(11 minutes ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(22 minutes ago)Below Average Genius II Wrote:  
(3 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.

The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.

If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.

Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.

The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.

Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.

PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before  go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"

Feral cats do not live very long due to lack of proper medical care. Most do not live beyond 3 years old. My sis and I are capturing ferals here and we have heard that there may be 80 of them that a farmer keeps in a barn with no regard for their health or if they eat or not. We took in one feral which we thought was an older adult, beat up and sick looking, to the vet and she said he was still very young.

Point is, if his organs are failing, then he will not get better without medical intervention, and may not get better even with medical intervention.

I do not believe in letting any animal suffer in pain.

Snowman was an adult cat 10 years ago when I first met him which would make him at least 11 years old, maybe older. He had lived on a farm.

I have NEVER taken him to a vet. I have used various types of energy medicine on him, such as when he had a suspected pellet gun wound on or next to his cheek.

Maybe you ignored what I said in my last message. Snowman is presently recovering, much to my surprise. My neighbor noticed Snowman was losing weight. Thus far he has eaten about 80% of a can of cat food this rnorning in the space of a half hour.

Furthermore, as has been made perfectly clear twice now, no one here will be murdering Snowman. You've made your predilection be known twice. We got it.

Let's make 5G safe by installing zirconium ceramic bricks to the cell masts. It will save the providers billions of dollars quickly by reducing interference.

Can you ask yourself "Why do I love discovering how my protons can experience Loving Kindness?"
09-09-2018, 09:05 PM #15
UniqueStranger Art in my heart
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(8 minutes ago)Below Average Genius Wrote:  
(20 minutes ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  
(30 minutes ago)Below Average Genius II Wrote:  
(3 hours ago)UniqueStranger Wrote:  Hey BAG, the kindest thing you can do for a feral cat that is suffering due to liver or kidney failure is to have it put down. I would never let an animal continue to suffer.

The kindest thing is to kill Snowman? Hmm.

If I had followed your advice, he wouldn't be improving - he'd be murdered.

Snowman is now able to eat a half of a can of cat food. He just ate it in three minutes flat and looked at me like :"Is that all??" Before he was barely eating at all. He is now begging me for more by meowing and he reached up with his paw when the meowing didn't work. He doesn't do that normally.

The red discoloration on his fur has also cleared up except for small spots on his ankle joints. His limp is gone at least for the moment.

Perhaps the kindest thing was and is to offer him a chance to reconnect with wellness.

PS. Some people say that we can clear karma right up until our last breath. Short circuiting that process might mean an additional lifetime to clear it which means going through the dying process all over again. I want to be able to ask one last time before  go, "Why do Iove discovering how my protons can experience loving kindness?"

Feral cats do not live very long due to lack of proper medical care. Most do not live beyond 3 years old. My sis and I are capturing ferals here and we have heard that there may be 80 of them that a farmer keeps in a barn with no regard for their health or if they eat or not. We took in one feral which we thought was an older adult, beat up and sick looking, to the vet and she said he was still very young.

Point is, if his organs are failing, then he will not get better without medical intervention, and may not get better even with medical intervention.

I do not believe in letting any animal suffer in pain.

Snowman was an adult cat 10 years ago when I first met him which would make him at least 11 years old, maybe older. He had lived on a farm.

I have NEVER taken him to a vet. I have used various types of energy medicine on him, such as when he had a suspected pellet gun wound on or next to his cheek.

Maybe you ignored what I said in my last message. Snowman is presently recovering, much to my surprise. My neighbor noticed Snowman was losing weight. Thus far he has eaten about 80% of a can of cat food this rnorning in the space of a half hour.  

Furthermore, as has been made perfectly clear twice now, no one here will be murdering Snowman. You've made your predilection be known twice. We got it.

If he has failing organs he will never get better. He may have good days and bad days, but if he has one of many diseases, he will be suffering.



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