We got to the vet, Dr. Gary Richter, in Montclair, this morning. He told me that the cancer started about three or four months ago (wish to Goodness she hadn't been a-wandering when it started) and was caused by chronic inflammation, in this case from sunlight. Who knew? He sedated her, and put neoplasene salve-from Buck Mountain Botanicals, you should check them out!! on her nose, let it sit for about twenty minutes, and washed it off. It burns the cancerous cells, and causes pain to adjacent cells, though does not kill them. It is good stuff. I used it on my Bina when she had external tumors. It was impossible to keep a bandage on her, but the tumors dried up and fell off, and the skin and fur regenerated.
There are so many cures 'out there' for well, almost anything, that one should look far and wide...I've stopped being amazed and outraged that things like this cancer treatment isn't mainstream. It's not just that there's less money in it...my western-trained eye specialist told me once that it was hard enough to keep up with the western stuff...and I see her point. And no doctor knows everything! We tend to assume that they do, but no!
Cecelia came home, feels fine, and got pain medicine. Eating fine, etc. Goes back Thursday for another treatment. I've spoken about having my dear Dr. Han treat her with neoplasene. He used it on a cat of his who had a small spot on her nose. He's not as experienced or knowledgeable as Dr. Richter, but would be less expensive. We'll see. The treatment today cost $482.00, and the next ones will cost about $364.00, as Dr. Richter won't have to do bloodwork again, nor give her iron. She was anemic.
It may take eight treatments, for a total of $3030.
I need to raise that money, so do what you can in the way of sharing my posts and gofundme.org messages. We've already spent $630.00...and raised $160.00. Thanks to all who have helped!!
Here's the link!
So love to all, and to all a good night! Cynthia & Cecelia!