Monday, January 4, 2010

Feline Vaccinations Aren’t the Best Way of Disease Prevention

Feline vaccinations generally include either three diseases (F3) or five (F5).

Commonly, depending on the country and area, the F3 will include respiratory diseases (calici virus, herpes virus) and feline enteritis.

The F5 includes the first three plus feline leukemia, clamydia (a bacteria) and possibly feline AIDS.

Many people believe that feline vaccinations are necessary to keep their cat healthy. But, in my opinion, this is not the case.

Vaccines contain toxic ingredients. Such as mercury, aluminium, formaldehyde. How can it be considered healthy, by injecting heavy metals and other poisons, directly into the blood stream?

In truth, the best way to keep your cat healthy is to make sure her immune system is in tip top order. There are several ways you can do this, but essentially it boils down to almost one thing.

And that is to keep your cat toxin free.

Cats are very sensitive to chemicals. They react badly to them. So by keeping poisons out of their blood stream, by eliminating flea and worm preparations (nerve poisons) and by feeding them a quality raw food diet, you are contributing to a healthy immune system.

Anyone with a healthy immune system will be able to prevent disease. That’s its function.

I said almost one thing. One of the other ways is to ensure her diet is raw. Cooked food destroys enzymes and other essential nutrients.

And the final way to keep your cat’s immunity strong is to use homeopathy for any ailments. Homeopathy only works by boosting the immune system. Then the cat takes over and cures herself.

Not long ago, I did a local tour of the catteries. I wanted to know which ones accepted cats for boarding who had not been conventionally vaccinated.

One very friendly owner who accepted homeoprophylaxis (HP), which is the oral immunisation by homeopathic medicines, told me that she had never had a problem with the cats who had been immunised by HP. But she frequently had problems with the conventionally vaccinated cats. They commonly showed signs of the disease they were supposed to be protected against.

If you focus on keeping your cats immunity in excellent order, that will do all that is necessary in preventing disease.

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