Monday, March 29, 2010

Feline Leukemia Has One Basic Cause

Feline leukemia is becoming quite common these days. And there are only a few reasons for this. But before we go into this, let me first quote a veterinarian, S Allan Price.

“I’ve been dealing with feline leukemia for years and I get disgusted with most veterinarians who advocate test and slaughter - that is if the cat tests positive, it’s best to kill it. We’ve had cats who have been able to climb trees and look normal in less than ten weeks. And I’m talking about cats who were brought in to us too weak even to stand up.”

Food for thought?

I don’t know the exact protocol that Dr Allan Price uses to treat feline leukemia, but I will hazard a good guess, bearing in mind the topic of the book he was quoted in.*


With vaccination and pest control hard on its heels.

Cats evolved on a raw meat and bones diet. The processed food that most cats are fed is cooked. Cooking kills enzymes and other essential nutrients.

Sadly, that’s not the only problem with processed food. The quality of the meat is poor, even in the most expensive brand. This is then padded out with a cheap filler, to stretch the meat. Then artificial nutrients are added to redress the poor nutrient content.

Worse to come, the very toxic preservatives ethoxyquin, carbolic acid or formaldehyde are used (despite what the label may say) to give the packet a long shelf life.

Vaccines contain heavy metals such as mercury and aluminium. Can this be healthy, injecting it straight into the blood stream?

Flea and worm preparations contain toxic poisons, such as cyanide, which affect the neurological system of the cat. They can also cause a thyroid malfunction.

The best thing you can do for feline leukemia, or any other feline disorder is to detox your cat. That means stop the vaccines and pesticide control. Start feeding your cat raw meat and bones.

That may be enough to bring your cat back.

The inclusion of a well selected homeopathic medicine can only assist your cat’s unloading. A holistic animal health professional will be able to help you with that.

* Keep Your Pet Healthy the Natural Way by Pat Lazarus

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