Tuesday, August 20, 2013

Kitty and Human Acupuncture

Dr. Jacquie, a holistic vet, helped Sundae start eating again back in December and every 3ish months, I have been getting her acupuncture.  Sundae had a very aggressive declaw before I found her living in the storm drain and Dr. Jacquie thinks she has arthritis.  This is Sundae's 3rd acupuncture treatment since December.  I'm hoping it helps keep her from being as hissy, pissy and catty.  


Jim ... 50after40 said...

I've never been a cat person, we've always had dogs - but that's one of the top 5 funniest pictures I've ever seen. The look on her face is priceless.

Black Knight said...

That cat is a very refined "gentleman".

Shavonda Wallis said...

That's a pretty lovely cat, heheh. Pets are so lucky sometimes. It's rather neat to find out how certain psycho-somatic therapies can be applied to other creatures as well, and even other disciplines, come to think of it, especially storied and often misunderstood ones like acupuncture. Heh. But really, it's good human physical therapy. Promise! :)

Shavonda @ Avicenna