We have stabilized over 20,000 cats with GI issues of all kinds. Paradoxically, we do this by NOT treating the disease. Instead we supply the cat with the supplements and foods that are time-tested and scientifically proven to soothe and heal the GI tract.
There are two main avenues of remediation: diet and supplements. They go together and must be implemented in a coordinated fashion. We are here to guide you along the way with our email tech support. In the unlikely event that your pet has to stay on drugs or return to drugs, it is essential that you stay in touch by email. We can show you how our supplements will provide a significant benefit regardless of drug status.
All GI related problems, including diarrhea and even lymphoma, come from drugs (mainly vaccines), food (GMO corn and soy especially), and household chemicals (cleaning agents and chlorinated and fluoridated water), pharmaceutical dewormers, flea and heart worm chemicals.
The diet is key and must be assessed and reassessed as the process continues as clinical and sub clinical reactions are impossible to exactly determine in advanced of experimentation. However, some rules are more important. No corn, wheat, soy (hydrolyzed protein is soy), or chicken. Most but not all cats with GI problems are allergic to chicken.
Vaccines are always a problem. They were a big part of what caused the problem. It doesn’t matter how long ago the last vaccine was given. The damage never goes away. Vets admit the rabies vaccine can cause injection site carcinoma. The medical establishment is pushing a vaccine that can cause cancer, GI problems and many other health issues to protect against a disease that almost all cats are extremely unlikely to get.
(1) Start with any one product.
Proceed little by little. Incrementalism creates steps in the dosages and combinations. Keep a diary if necessary. By proceeding in steps, you can back up to a previous dosage, stay at the present dosage, or move forward by increasing dosages and adding additional supplements. These products have no toxic dose, so you can test safely, without the risk of serious side effects.
(2) Judge your animals reaction at each step. Are the symptoms getting worse? getting better? or are they staying the same? This will help guide you as to whether you should increase, stay the same, or go back to a previous dose.
(3) If at the first step, you get an increase in diarrhea or vomiting, stop that supplement, and try another. If there is no change, continue raising dosage until you start seeing symptoms getting better, or add another product to the first, as they could work better together
(4) If you reach a step where symptoms seem to get worse, go back to the previous step.
(5) At the step that symptoms improve, stay at that step, unless you feel there is room for even more improvement, then keep increasing.
(6) Feed only one type of food. Preferably “Limited ingredients, grain free, single protein”. Rabbit or venison. No snacks or food variations. This will eliminate variables.
This 3 part protocol contains:
Feline Comfort Plus:
Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Arabinogalactan (Larix laricina), Psyllium Seed Powder (Plantagoovata), L-Glutamine, BioCore Complete©, Slippery Elm (Ulmus rubra), Pet Flora™, Diatomaceous Earth (food Grade), Zeolite (clinopilolite), Serrazimes®, Bromelain (Ananas comosus), Zinc-Carnosine, Bentonite (montmorillonite)]
Inactive Ingredients: Tuna / Argentinean Beef Liver
Active Ingredients: A proprietary blend of [Dionaea Muscipula (Venus Fly Trap), Schidigera (Yucca), Glycyrrhiza glabra (Licorice), Scutellaria lateriflora (Skullcap), Matricarnia recutita (Chamomile, German), Nepeta cataria (Catnip)]
Inactive Ingredients: Glycerin, Organic Alcohol
Active Ingredients per 1/2 tsp.: Bentonite Clay (montmorillonite) 0.053 oz
- No Artificial Preservatives
- No Synthetic Flavors
- No Artificial Colors
- Made in the USA