In reference to your request for our experience with Bach flowers 110 Agression in cats here are our findings: Sitation:- Introdcution of an uncastrated male Bengal of 1 yr cat into a house with 2 female neuters of the same breed ages 4.5yrs.Read the complete testimonial
I hope you are well. I just thought I would update you on Leos behavioural issues since taking the flower remedy.
May I thank you for the mixture you have sent for Josh, my grieving cat.
Our kitty was suffering from hair loss (the base of the tail, the inside of the legs and few other spots on the body).
Some news of my five cats to whom I give the mixes you prepared for them every evening, or nearly.
I wanted to offer you all of my gratitude for the personal mix you prepared for my little ones.
He isn't as scared of people as he used to be. He holds his position or even approaches them himself now.
He takes the drops with ease. I can give him his drops on his cheeks or give him a treat. He doesn't mind this.
I just wanted to give you some feedback. One thing - in the first place I was skeptical regarding the Bach flowers therapy.
Our Minette had loose pieces of fur at certain places on her body, (back of her spine, the inside and outside of the thighs). She seemed to groom compulsively and was stressed by her exterior environment (there's a lot of cats in the neighbourhood).
* Disclaimer: results may vary from person to person and are not based on scientific results.