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Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance HELEN ANDERSON with  Natural Therapies
F E L I N E   T E S T I M O N I A L S
Pearl the cat and her fear of thunderstorms & spraying behaviour Laura writes : Hi   Helen   -   Just   an   update,   I   have   started   using   a   blend   of   peace   and   calming   and valor   diluted   with   olive   oil   (grown   by   our   neighbours,   organic   and   extra   virgin).   I put   8   drops   along   her   spine   making   sure   2   were   on   her   hip   area   ,   she   then   licks   some of it so I guess she is getting it both orally and on the coat. She is calmer, more confident (went out in the rain), not meowing as much, and so far no urinating in the house.   I will keep you posted as to how we are going.  
The story of Phichai   -   8 week old Korat kitten   Phichai, an 8 week old Korat kitten acquired an unusual fracture of the tibia after some playful romps with litter mates. Her breeder contacted me after discussions with her vet , about homeopathic support to “fast track” the healing process and to help support Phichai emotionally in adjusting to her leg in a cast. The challenge with Phichai was that she was still growing and whilst the healing of the fracture was critical , we still needed to promote normal bone growth and development. A tailored flower essence remedy was made up using Bach and Australian Bush Flowers to help with the adjustment to the new arrangement. This helped greatly. Homeopathically we used Symphytum in varying potencies, 30C and 6c. Calc Phos both homeopathically and in Mineral Tissue salts was also used.  Her breeder was shown some bodywork techniques to also support the muscles and connective tissues.  The fracture healed in remarkable time with the cast being removed at 3 weeks.I am pleased to say that Phichai is doing well and has made a full recovery and upon xray  the fractured leg is hardly dedectable and she has full function in her leg.   (My thanks to Eva Krynda, Phichai’s breeder for sharing Phichair’s story)
Joy   Marshall    breeder   of   Korat   cats   approached   me   in Nov    2013    regarding    homeopathic    support    for    her    cat during   pregnancy   and   birthing,   as   there   were   potentially some concerns.  Here is what she has to say:  Sorry its taken this long to get back to you but kittens sure take up time.  I used the Arnica, Sepia 30,  Uritica Urens 30C, and Ferr Phos  12X along with some Raspberry Leaf and some Calcium syrup I already had. All where easy to give. Your tablets ground and mixed well and I gave Mekhi a compound mixed with milk via a dropper or syringe. She delivered  easily  and recovered  so well so I’d say all were efficacious.  Thanks for your help.
Bella   was    around    6    months    old    when    she    became    part    of    the Rankin   family.     A   couple   of   months   prior   our   Brown   Burmese   cat,   Demi, passed   away   from   lymphatic   cancer   leaving   her   7   year   old   companion behind   (   Damascus   ,   also   Brown   Burmese).      After   Demi   passed   away Damascus   pined   for   her.      He   became   clingy,   pummelling   our   clothes when   we   picked   him   up   and   cried   for   hours   on   end.      We   finally   decided to get him another companion to help with his grief.  Bella   had   been   dumped   on   the   street   as   a   kitten   and   a   breeder   had taken   her   in   and   was   looking   for   a   home   for   her.      We   were   told   that   she had   runny   eyes   and   this   may   have   been   why   she   was   dumped.      When we   met   Bella   we   were   surprised   at   her   sunny   personality   and   playful ways.        It    seemed    she    had    never    been    mistreated    as    she    was    so trusting.      We   gave   her   L-lysine   supplements   for   her   eyes   but   they continued   to   run   and   before   long   she   was   sneezing   with   green   mucus coming   out   of   her   nose.      We   were   advised   by   our   local   vet   to   put Cortisone    drops    in    her    eyes    as    they    were    inflamed    but    after    our experiences   with   Demi   and   her   cat   flu,   we   decided   to   try   homeopathic medicine.      Helen   advised   us   to   try   Euphrasia   and   Allicum   Cepa   drops for    Bella.        After    we    worked    out    the    correct    dosage    Bella's    eyes improved   with   the   redness   reducing   significantly   and   her   nose   was   no longer   infected.      Every   few   days   we   still   need   to   clean   her   eyes   (they run)    but    we    redose    her    if    they    become    inflamed    again    and    they continue   to   improve.      Helen   has   also   helped   us   with   changing   the   cats' diet   (eg   at   times   we   add   parsley   to   their   food   as   this   helps   the   eyes   and adds   vitamin   C   to   assist   the   immune   system).      She   has   also   explained the   meaning   of   key   ingredients   that   manufacturers   use   in   pet   food   so we   are   more   vigilent   with   the   food   we   feed   our   cats.      We   are   grateful for all her help. Sheree Rankin, Pennant Hills NSW
We   have   been   breeding   and   showing   the   beautiful   and   rare   Korats   cats   under   the Doklao    prefix    since    1994.        Our    Korat    household    comprises    of    three    breeding queens   (Lilyput,   BB   and   Tia)   a   stud   male   (Yindee)   a   retired   spay   (Bella)   and   a vesectomised British Blue boy  Micky. We   sought   Helen’s   help   in   particular   to   improve   show   behaviour,   the   management of    reproductive    problems    and    in    maintaining    a    more    harmonious    multi    cat household.   BB   is   outgoing   and   playful   but   in   a   cat   show   situation   she   tends   to   be very shy and timid. In   a   show   situation   Lilyput   would   hide   and   grumble   and   would   refuse   to   show herself    when        placed    on    the    judging    table    where    as   Tia    would    lap    up    all    the accolades   and   attention   but   would   quickly   get   bored   and   become   fidgety   and   more vocal. Helen   used   Bowen,   Kinesiology   and   specific   individual   essences   that   she   made   up for   each   of   the   girls.   We   noticed   that   there   was   a   marked   improvement   in   their   show behaviour   and   we   had   some   excellent   successes   in   the   show   ring   including   a   Best in    Show    for    Lilyput    at    the            “No    Frills    Show”    in    September    2008.    We    also approached    Helen    to    seek    advice    on    supporting    remedies    to    treat    Lilyput’s pyometra   and   BB’s   aversion   to   mating.   BB   is   now   a   confident   mother   of   five   healthy kittens   born   November   2008   and   is   happily   sharing   the   mothering   role   with   Tia. Lilyput   has   made   a   good   recovery   from   the   pyometra   and   we   are   hopeful   that   she will also soon also be a mother again. Eva Krynda & Jose Escoriza , Dulwich Hill NSW   
Bella   had   over   the   weekend   developed   Cat   Flu   and   was   under   the care of her veterinarian. Joan   was   looking   for   some   additional   support   to   help   with   Bella's mouth   ulcers,   watery   eyes   and   general   lethargy   and   with   her   vet's approval gave Helen a call.  Helen    recommended    colloidal    silver    and    manuka    honey        with    the mouth   ulcers,   along   with   merc   sol   homeopathically   and   alium   cepa   for the    eyes.    In    addition    crab    apple,    genetian    and    oak,    Bach    Flower remedies were given to help with lethargy and overrall recuperation. Joan emailed the following comments “Thank   you   for   helping   our   Bella,   within   days   of   using   the   remedies   we say   a   hugh   improvement   and   she   has   continued   to   improve.   She   is back   to   her   normal   self   and   have   not   needed   to   continue   with   the   vet medication” Joan Gosford NSW
Meet   Mitzi ,   a   client   of Animal   Equilibrium   who   does   not   like to   be   touched.   Mitzi   suffers   from   arthritis   and   has   problems   in moving    around    given    past    injury    and    age.    Bowen    and    laser therapy   would   be   ideal   for   Mitzi,   but   Mitzi   has   other   ideas!   Helen uses   vibrational   modalities   including   reiki,   homeopathy   and   in   this picture   Light   Life   Tools,   developed   by   researcher   Slim   Spurling, based    on    the    principles    of    quantum    physics.    Rings,    coils    and feedback   loops   are   strategically   placed   around   the   animal   to   work on   the   animals   energy   fields   and   help   with   overrall   healing,   injury recovery   and   pain   management.      Mitzi’s   mum   says   “   I   really   was not   sure   that   this   would   work   with   our   cat,   but   I   cannot   explain   the difference    in    her    mobility    since    receiving    the    three    treatments using   these   coils,   she   is   quite   accepting   of   the   treatment   and seems   very   content   afterwards,   this   has   made   a   big   difference   as we don’t have to give her medications as frequently”.   - Barbara Canterbury NSW
Queenie   was      adopted   from   the   Yagoona   RSPCA     and   initially   very   timid   and   spent   the   first   week   hiding wherever   she   could   in   the   house.   Queenie   would   very rarely   venture   out,   only   with   much   coaxing   and   with   the temptation   of   food.   A   tailored   flower   essence   remedy   with 6   individual   essences   was   prepared   and   given   daily   in   her food and water. Helen visited Queenie and Michelle.  Michelle says:   “She   is   much   more   outgoing,   freely   comes   out   from   her hiding   spaces   and   interacts   with   Sally.   She   is   a   much more    confident    and    content    kitten.    The    difference    in Queenie   is   amazing   and   we   are   really   pleased   she   has adjusted to her new home” says Michelle. Michelle Bradley - Hurstville NSW
Helen   has   been   advising   Mary   on   how   to   transition   the   kittens from a processed diet to a raw natural diet. Here   is   one   of   the   kittens   she   is   enjoying   her   chicken   neck!     Mary   says   “the   kittens   just   love   the   new   diet   and   they   look   much healthier,    eyes    are    bright    and    their    fur    and    skin    in    great condition.      Thanks   for   the   advice   and   support   along   the   way   , you are amazing” Taurine,    an    essential    amino    acid    found    in    meat    protein    is essential   for   cats   as   they   cannot   synthesise   it   themselves.   The best   source   of   taurine   is   fresh   raw   meat.   Deficiencies   of   taurine can    result    in    blindness    and    heart    failure.    Cats    require    200- 300gms   of   taurine   a   day   which   is   easily   supplied   by   a   diet   that is more than half raw meat. Mary MacFarlane - Oatley NSW
Keeping your animals health in balance Physically, Emotionally & Mentally
© Copyright 2015    Website created and maintained by Ridge Graphics                                         Made with Xara             
Promoting Health, Wellness & Performance HELEN ANDERSON with  Natural Therapies
F E L I N E   T E S T I M O N I A L S
Pearl her fear of thunderstorms & spraying behaviour Laura writes : Hi   Helen   -   Just   an   update,   I   have   started   using   a   blend   of peace    and    calming    and    valor    diluted    with    olive    oil (grown   by   our   neighbours,   organic   and   extra   virgin).   I put   8   drops   along   her   spine   making   sure   2   were   on   her hip   area   ,   she   then   licks   some   of   it   so   I   guess   she   is getting it both orally and on the coat. She is calmer, more confident (went out in the rain), not meowing as much, and so far no urinating in the house.   I will keep you posted as to how we are going.  
The story of Phichai   -   8 week old Korat kitten   Phichai,   an   8   week   old   Korat   kitten   acquired   an   unusual fracture    of    the    tibia    after    some    playful    romps    with    litter mates.   Her   breeder   contacted   me   after   discussions   with her   vet   ,   about   homeopathic   support   to   “fast   track”   the healing   process   and   to   help   support   Phichai   emotionally   in adjusting   to   her   leg   in   a   cast.   The   challenge   with   Phichai was   that   she   was   still   growing   and   whilst   the   healing   of   the fracture   was   critical   ,   we   still   needed   to   promote   normal bone   growth   and   development.   A   tailored   flower   essence remedy    was    made    up    using    Bach    and   Australian    Bush Flowers     to     help     with     the     adjustment     to     the     new arrangement.    This    helped    greatly.    Homeopathically    we used   Symphytum   in   varying   potencies,   30C   and   6c.   Calc Phos   both   homeopathically   and   in   Mineral Tissue   salts   was also    used.        Her    breeder    was    shown    some    bodywork techniques    to    also    support    the    muscles    and    connective tissues.      The   fracture   healed   in   remarkable   time   with   the cast   being   removed   at   3   weeks.I   am   pleased   to   say   that Phichai   is   doing   well   and   has   made   a   full   recovery   and upon   xray      the   fractured   leg   is   hardly   dedectable   and   she has full function in her leg.  My thanks to Eva Krynda, Phichai’s breeder, for sharing Phichair’s story.
Joy   Marshall    breeder   of   Korat   cats   approached   me   in Nov    2013    regarding    homeopathic    support    for    her    cat during   pregnancy   and   birthing,   as   there   were   potentially some concerns.  Here is what she has to say:  Sorry its taken this long to get back to you but kittens sure take up time.  I used the Arnica, Sepia 30,  Uritica Urens 30C, and Ferr Phos  12X along with some Raspberry Leaf and some Calcium syrup I already had. All where easy to give. Your tablets ground and mixed well and I gave Mekhi a compound mixed with milk via a dropper or syringe. She delivered  easily  and recovered  so well so I’d say all were efficacious.  Thanks for your help.
Bella   was   around   6   months   old   when   she   became   part   of   the Rankin   family.      A   couple   of   months   prior   our   Brown   Burmese   cat, Demi,   passed   away   from   lymphatic   cancer   leaving   her   7   year   old companion   behind   (   Damascus   ,   also   Brown   Burmese).      After   Demi passed    away    Damascus    pined    for    her.        He    became    clingy, pummelling   our   clothes   when   we   picked   him   up   and   cried   for   hours on   end.      We   finally   decided   to   get   him   another   companion   to   help with his grief.  Bella   had   been   dumped   on   the   street   as   a   kitten   and   a   breeder   had taken   her   in   and   was   looking   for   a   home   for   her.      We   were   told   that she   had   runny   eyes   and   this   may   have   been   why   she   was   dumped.     When   we   met   Bella   we   were   surprised   at   her   sunny   personality   and playful   ways.      It   seemed   she   had   never   been   mistreated   as   she   was so   trusting.      We   gave   her   L-lysine   supplements   for   her   eyes   but   they continued    to    run    and    before    long    she    was    sneezing    with    green mucus   coming   out   of   her   nose.      We   were   advised   by   our   local   vet   to put   Cortisone   drops   in   her   eyes   as   they   were   inflamed   but   after   our experiences     with     Demi     and     her     cat     flu,     we     decided     to     try homeopathic    medicine.        Helen    advised    us    to    try    Euphrasia    and Allicum    Cepa    drops    for    Bella.       After    we    worked    out    the    correct dosage   Bella's   eyes   improved   with   the   redness   reducing   significantly and   her   nose   was   no   longer   infected.      Every   few   days   we   still   need to    clean    her    eyes    (they    run)    but    we    redose    her    if    they    become inflamed   again   and   they   continue   to   improve.      Helen   has   also   helped us   with   changing   the   cats'   diet   (eg   at   times   we   add   parsley   to   their food   as   this   helps   the   eyes   and   adds   vitamin   C   to   assist   the   immune system).      She   has   also   explained   the   meaning   of   key   ingredients   that manufacturers   use   in   pet   food   so   we   are   more   vigilent   with   the   food we feed our cats.  We are grateful for all her help. Sheree Rankin, Pennant Hills NSW
We   have   been   breeding   and   showing   the   beautiful   and   rare Korats   cats   under   the   Doklao   prefix   since   1994.      Our   Korat household   comprises   of   three   breeding   queens   (Lilyput,   BB   and Tia)    a    stud    male    (Yindee)    a    retired    spay    (Bella)    and    a vesectomised British Blue boy  Micky. We     sought     Helen’s     help     in     particular     to     improve     show behaviour,   the   management   of   reproductive   problems   and   in maintaining    a    more    harmonious    multi    cat    household.    BB    is outgoing   and   playful   but   in   a   cat   show   situation   she   tends   to   be very shy and timid. In   a   show   situation   Lilyput   would   hide   and   grumble   and   would refuse   to   show   herself   when      placed   on   the   judging   table   where as   Tia   would   lap   up   all   the   accolades   and   attention   but   would quickly get bored and become fidgety and more vocal. Helen     used     Bowen,     Kinesiology     and     specific     individual essences   that   she   made   up   for   each   of   the   girls.   We   noticed that   there   was   a   marked   improvement   in   their   show   behaviour and    we    had    some    excellent    successes    in    the    show    ring including   a   Best   in   Show   for   Lilyput   at   the         “No   Frills   Show”   in September   2008.   We   also   approached   Helen   to   seek   advice   on supporting    remedies    to    treat    Lilyput’s    pyometra    and    BB’s aversion   to   mating.   BB   is   now   a   confident   mother   of   five   healthy kittens    born    November    2008    and    is    happily    sharing    the mothering   role   with   Tia.   Lilyput   has   made   a   good   recovery   from the   pyometra   and   we   are   hopeful   that   she   will   also   soon   also   be a mother again. Eva Krynda & Jose Escoriza , Dulwich Hill NSW   
Keeping your animals health in balance Physically, Emotionally, & Mentally
(02) 4774 8023  0421 474 582
Bella   had   over   the   weekend   developed   Cat   Flu   and   was under the care of her veterinarian. Joan   was   looking   for   some   additional   support   to   help   with Bella's   mouth   ulcers,   watery   eyes   and   general   lethargy and with her vet's approval gave Helen a call.  Helen   recommended   colloidal   silver   and   manuka   honey     with      the      mouth      ulcers,      along      with      merc      sol homeopathically   and   alium   cepa   for   the   eyes.   In   addition crab    apple,    genetian    and    oak,    Bach    Flower    remedies were given to help with lethargy and overrall recuperation. Joan emailed the following comments “Thank   you   for   helping   our   Bella,   within   days   of   using   the remedies    we    say    a    hugh    improvement    and    she    has continued   to   improve.   She   is   back   to   her   normal   self   and have not needed to continue with the vet medication” Joan Gosford NSW
Meet   Mitzi ,   a   client   of Animal   Equilibrium   who   does   not like    to    be    touched.    Mitzi    suffers    from    arthritis    and    has problems   in   moving   around   given   past   injury   and   age.   Bowen and   laser   therapy   would   be   ideal   for   Mitzi,   but   Mitzi   has   other ideas!     Helen     uses     vibrational     modalities     including     reiki, homeopathy   and   in   this   picture   Light   Life   Tools,   developed   by researcher   Slim   Spurling,   based   on   the   principles   of   quantum physics.    Rings,    coils    and    feedback    loops    are    strategically placed   around   the   animal   to   work   on   the   animals   energy   fields and    help    with    overrall    healing,    injury    recovery    and    pain management.      Mitzi’s   mum   says   “   I   really   was   not   sure   that this    would    work    with    our    cat,    but    I    cannot    explain    the difference   in   her   mobility   since   receiving   the   three   treatments using   these   coils,   she   is   quite   accepting   of   the   treatment   and seems   very   content   afterwards,   this   has   made   a   big   difference as we don’t have to give her medications as frequently”.   - Barbara Canterbury NSW
Queenie   was      adopted   from   the   Yagoona   RSPCA     and   initially   very   timid   and   spent   the   first   week   hiding wherever   she   could   in   the   house.   Queenie   would   very rarely   venture   out,   only   with   much   coaxing   and   with   the temptation   of   food.   A   tailored   flower   essence   remedy   with 6   individual   essences   was   prepared   and   given   daily   in   her food and water. Helen visited Queenie and Michelle.  Michelle says:   “She   is   much   more   outgoing,   freely   comes   out   from   her hiding   spaces   and   interacts   with   Sally.   She   is   a   much more    confident    and    content    kitten.    The    difference    in Queenie   is   amazing   and   we   are   really   pleased   she   has adjusted to her new home” says Michelle. Michelle Bradley - Hurstville NSW
Helen   has   been   advising   Mary   on   how   to   transition   the   kittens from a processed diet to a raw natural diet. Here   is   one   of   the   kittens   she   is   enjoying   her   chicken   neck!     Mary   says   “the   kittens   just   love   the   new   diet   and   they   look   much healthier,    eyes    are    bright    and    their    fur    and    skin    in    great condition.      Thanks   for   the   advice   and   support   along   the   way   , you are amazing” Taurine,    an    essential    amino    acid    found    in    meat    protein    is essential   for   cats   as   they   cannot   synthesise   it   themselves.   The best   source   of   taurine   is   fresh   raw   meat.   Deficiencies   of   taurine can    result    in    blindness    and    heart    failure.    Cats    require    200- 300gms   of   taurine   a   day   which   is   easily   supplied   by   a   diet   that is more than half raw meat. Mary MacFarlane - Oatley NSW