Following on from the inspiring story about complete recovery from lung cancer. I once had a cat called Miss Raccoon who got gas gangrene in her hind leg following an attack by a wild critter and almost died. She had great care from a homeopathic vet – thanks Tom Farrington and survived.
She came home with a back leg devoid of fur and flesh. Just bone. I wish I had a photo to show nut this was back in the day, before we photo-ed everything!
We watched in astonishment as over a period of two or three legs she grew a new leg! As if there was a blueprint there already and her body knew just what to do.
I see know reason why we wouldn’t be able to do the same if we interfered less in the process and supported it with inside out healing rather than managing it with outside in interventions…

Mary Aspinwall, Client