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Pet Tales - Health
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MAI TAI - THE HAWAIIAN CAT THAT HEALED ITSELF OF DIABETES
Diagnosed with diabetes, Mai Tai (she's the color of the Hawaiian
Mai Tai Cocktails), was taking 8 units of insulin in twice daily shots.
She was also eating vet dry food for diabetic cats, which she'd been eating
for several months to lose weight.
Owner called us to ask if we could help. Pamela had an immediate
intuitive flash that cat food was bad for the cat,. Owner said her boyfriend
had had the same message, but she hadn't believed him.
We contacted Mai Tai's Higher Self through Hugh while Hugh was in
unconscious trance state. Higher Self said Mai Tai was despondent and
angry. She had not been getting enough of her master's attention since
Master's boyfriend had moved in. Also said the cat food was not good for
the body. Cat also missed tasty food and needed more exercise. Her lack
of joy in life had weakened her kidneys and adrenals. Her immune system
was unable to compensate because of emotions suppressing it and nutritional
lack. Said condition was not yet irreversible and could be reversed."
We called the owner to share what we'd found. Owner had meanwhile
looked at the ingredients of the diabetic cat food and found sugar among
the ingredients! Are some companies TRYING to get pets ill? (Here are
"other" names for sugar: dextrose, maltose, syrup, fructose,
sucrose, corn syrup or sweetener, sorghum, mannitol, fruit juice concentrate,
molasses, lactose, sorbitol.)
We recommended the following for Mai Tai:
RESULTS: Cat was going to Vet twice a week. On next visit, insulin was
reduced to 6 units twice a day (from 8 units). Next visit, reduced to 4
units twice a day. Next visit - insulin reduced to 2 units twice a day.
Next visit: 2 units once a day. Next visit: Mai Tai's glucose level was
80 -well within normal. Vet pronounced Mai Tai free of diabetes, but wanted
to keep her on 2 units once a day "just in case" and said "Mai
Tai must need more special food by now.". Owner questioned why a non-diabetic
cat should need shots and, not wanting to upset vet, said, "I don't
need the food. Have another source."
- Switch to a good dry and wet cat food. (Morris likes Friskies,
so we suggested it.)
- Wet food two or three times a day. Dry food always available.
- Once a day, make a small hole in middle of wet food. Put in match
stick head amounts of antiox powder (a multivitamin powder) - buffered
niacin (to increase blood flow which is VERY essential for healing -
and anabolic amino acid (25 free form amino acids) then to cover these.
Like they were in the middle of a sandwich.
- Feed by hand daily, a small amount pure protein from raw beef.
(Which Mai Tai didn't like so owner gave her chicken.)
- MOST IMPORTANT: Talk to Mai Tai. Apologize for not feeding her
food she enjoyed, and for ignoring her needs due to new boyfriend. Explain
she needed to heal her body and shots (which both Mai Tai and owner
HATED) were to help her heal. Tell Mai Tai owner would be sending her
Light daily and daily they would play OUTSIDE in fresh air and light
together. (Mai Tai is a house cat.)
- Pet, stroke, and talk to Mai Tai while giving her the insulin shots
so it wouldn't be so painful and traumatic. (Owner couldn't do this,
but boyfriend did and Mai Tai quit struggling and running away at shot
Owner called to ask if she should or shouldn't stop the shots. Said
Mai Tai seemed so lethargic when she got them. Higher Self of Mai Tai
said, "Shots are unnecessary now. Are upsetting her." Owner
stopped shots. Two weeks later, Mai Tai again went to vet. Still diabetes
free. Three months later: Still diabetes free.