Thank you Barabara! This is a cool cross-reference for when I talk to the animal homeopath.Anna, you could investigate 'Aconitum' for shock and trauma situations, though this is given in acute cases. The corresponding remedy for a more long-lasting state is 'Lycopodium'. See if the descriptions fit when you research. 'Gelsemium' and 'Nitricum acidum' are for nervousness, but I would opt for either Aconitum in acute situations or Lycopodium for long-term conditions.
Yes I've got Rescue. Flicky (the cat in question) was successfully outside today for 3 hours. I realized also that before new years she was actually going out at her own volition every day, so I see that the new years shock took quote a toll on her. She spent like 5 days hiding in a corner during the days when the fireworks was going off. I obviously should have given her rescue then but didn't even consider it - now I surely will!Here you get a remedy called "Rescue" which is for shock, anxiety, sleeplessness (a mixture of homeopathic compounds). This is a pretty general remedy, normally a homeopath will give more specific remedies after examining the patient.
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