You may be doing what you consider to be all the right things: you take her to the vet regularly, you buy the food s/he recommends, you keep fleas and worms under control by using the vets products, you vaccinate her every year. You spare no expense. Yet, still your cats health is not high.
Let’s look at each of these aspects one at a time.
- Diet - the daily consumption of processed food (which is full of chemicals, low quality meat and cheap filler) is nutrient poor. The packet may look wonderful. It’s the contents that count. Apart from the quality, it’s cooked. Wild cats evolved on a raw meat and bones diet. Cooking destroys enzymes and many other essential nutrients.
- Flea and worm control - cats are highly sensitive to chemicals. More so than we are. The chemicals in worm and flea preparations are guaranteed to cause health problems for your cat. The chemicals in their diet will contribute to this deleterious effect. Cats fed a totally raw diet have no worm problem and very few fleas.
- Vaccinations - natural health professionals the world over know the problems that are associated with vaccines. They do tremendous harm, partly because of the ingredients. Depending on the vaccine, these contain mercury, aluminium, formaldehyde, squalene and other noxious ingredients. If your cats immune system is in peak condition, that will protect her from disease.
At one time, I visited several catteries to ask if they insisted on vaccinations to board a cat. Most did, but I did discover one very friendly owner. She told me that she also accepted cats who had been treated with the homeoprophylaxis immunisation (immunisation by the use of homeopathic medicines - HP).
What she then went on to say may surprise you. She told me that those cats who had received the HP never gave her any cause for concern. But those who had been conventionally vaccinated often contracted the disease they were supposed to be protected against.
Which cat is healthier?