My boy has a mild case of FHS, which manifests in aggression when he is overstimulated. The FHS is not a formal diagnosis since the protocol is to rule out other causes, such as allergies, first. At the time, Sunny and Shadow were still alive and all three rebelled at eating the hypoallergenic cat foodso we were unable to complete the tests.
In Sol's case, I keep a watch on his eyes, body language, and vocalizations. I deal with his episodes by first trying to divert his attention with a toy. If that doesn't work, and he starts nipping, biting, even attacking, I cover him up and move away or put him in the pantry closet in the dark for a few minutes.
Since I know for a fact he is allergic to eggs, I also minimize exposure to other common allergens such as milk, soy, wheat, and corn.
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Galatians 5:22-23 (NIV)
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