One older cat, bleeding from the nose, struggling for breath on the road. I've given it injury 200 (mouth dose in salt water), prana and now Pinus cm moved it to a quiet room.
She's breathing better, sighing. No fresh blood. Thunderstorm asthma from distemper I think. I can smell the acidic breath. Must have burst blood vessels trying to get earth prana.
No other injury visible. She was paralyzed when I got her, but she's moving and curling up now. Painful sighs.
The spreading of distemper to older animals is a sign of diminishing earth prana. Trees maybe?
She was breathing slow (1-3 breaths a minute) by the time I got home. All the improvement had vanished.
She breathed slower. The guides said use hydrocyanic acid 1m and I knew it was the end. She died at 2.30 pm. RIP.
The panicked breathing didn't come back but this was the opposite state - when it changes like this, as Venky says it needs a different remedy for the modality change. I didn't understand it at that time.
A neighbour said a car may have run over her (she was sleeping under a car maybe?). But the cloudbursts of the last week seem more likely.
I couldn't make out because her face was so swollen, but it could be poor Shilla!! Her boyfriend, Simba, had been behaving wildly for a week - he's probably grieving since then. They just lost their 3 adorable kittens and now just now when she got pregnant again this had to happen!:(
It must be Shilla because neither she nor Simba came to eat last night.
I've been thinking that it might even have been a miscarriage and septicemia, because of the swelling and distortion of her face.
She was always nervous & weak, esp during the rains. Her love for Simba kept get going. Rip, sweet Shilla.