‘Recently I read about a cat being put down due to “chronic inflammation of the bladder” and was classified as some “disease” (diagnosis). I agree with the dis-ease part, but I do not agree with the condition being classified as a disease. Just because vets label a condition and/or cannot find a solution does NOT mean that it is a life (or death) sentence. Drugs are not a “real” answer anyway and especially if that approach is not helping, it is dreadful to think that then the animal was put down.\n\nA chronic bladder issues is not a bladder issue. In my years of doing this work, I have never “seen” the bladder as the problem which, of course, concerns the new client as they believe I am wrong in not “seeing” the bladder. Chronic conditions are usually about an imbalance of major energy systems such as liver, kidneys, etc. It does not mean that this will show up on a test, but chronic conditions are chronic because where the symptom is showing up is rarely THE problem.
These cases usually require not only good quality, moist food but also specific proteins. Each case may be different depending on what energy organ system is the root of the bladder condition plus how the bladder conditions shows up; i.e., infection, crystals, etc. We usually do one or two energy healing sessions to get things back on track so to speak and so like tuning up the car and the new diet is like the car now getting right fuel for that engine.\n\nJust because a vet does not know or understand that these conditions require more than drugs or surgery, should not allow them to give these conditions a title. BECAUSE often the public then believes in that condition as a life-long issue and does not recognize that it is more about what vets do not know versus that there is no hope for this animal.