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Proteins, Meds & Supplements…which are best for your cat?

 

Aylen with her favorite ball

Aylen with her favorite ball

It’s been an interesting week in our house, and living with cats there is rarely a dull moment!  I recently purchased some new toys, and the cats have enjoyed playing with them–especially Aylen.  (Catch her latest action below)  Being the little stinker that she is, she also pulled a couple of stunts that did not sit well with me!

She has a bad habit of counter surfing, despite our attempts to keep her off.  One morning as I was coming downstairs I heard the sound of running water.  At first I wondered if it was the cats’ water fountain, but then realized it wasn’t.  At first my heart jumped in my chest and I had the vision of running water spilling over the sink and counter, covering the kitchen floor.  Thank goodness it wasn’t.  But, the kitchen faucet WAS on a full intensity and HAD BEEN FOR HOURS THROUGHOUT THE NIGHT!  No doubt our precious little darling was playing around the kitchen sink and bumped the faucet handle turning it on.  I don’t look forward to seeing my water bill. 😡

The other little stunt she pulled involved our morning game of fetch.  For some reason she likes to jump up and drop the ball on the counter when she brings it back.  This one morning in particular I had a large glass of water and a cup of coffee on the counter sitting next to the plate I was in the process of putting my breakfast on.  I turned my back for less than 30 seconds to get something out of the pantry when I turned back around she was on the counter next to these items.  I didn’t see the ball.  Then I thought, oh no!  Tell me she didn’t… Yep!  There it was…floating IN MY COFFEE!  😠  Does the five-second rule count with coffee??!!

There were a couple of mornings that Aylen didn’t want to eat her food.  Keep in mind, she’s not a picky eater and we regularly rotate their food.  When I tried some freeze-dried nuggets moistened with water she gobbled it up.  That same morning Hershey ate his blend of a favorite pate’ and a little bit of raw turkey and then took 5 steps and threw it all up.  Having pancreatitis disease it’s possible his tummy was a bit upset.  I was finally able to get some baby food down him about 30 minutes later.  Needless to say, mealtimes can be a little unpredictable at times, but I have a secret weapon I use to help me navigate through all the options.

Have you ever thought about the protein choices you feed your cat?  Do you also include supplements of any kind?  Were they recommended by your vet or did you just decide to try something because it sounded like a good idea or you read about it?  Does your cat have any kind of disease or special condition?  Is he on a special diet of some kind?  Does he suffer from allergies or itching?  Is he gassy?  How do you know if the meds your cat is on are actually effective?

Gunner loves his raw diet

Gunner loves his raw diet

Let me help you!  Don’t guess, and don’t necessarily take your vet’s word for it when they recommend a special diet, food, medicine, etc.  Unfortunately, they don’t always get it right; even for them it’s sometimes trial and error.  But your cat’s body KNOWS exactly what is good for it and what isn’t; it knows what supplements it needs and which ones it doesn’t.  It knows exactly how much of a remedy it needs and for how long it needs to be taken.  So, if your cat can’t verbally tell you this information, how will you find out?  Muscle testing!

Muscle testing is a way of evaluating imbalances in the body and assessing its needs.  It provides information on energy blockages, how organs are functioning, nutritional deficiencies, and food sensitivities; can be used to test the body’s responses to food (in the case of allergies), thoughts, emotions, sounds, and even colors.  It is done by applying pressure on your arm, using your fingers, using a sway technique, and even using a pendulum.  I muscle test to find out all the answers to the questions I asked you above, even when I take the cats to the vet and the doctor starts making recommendations.  I don’t like to waste money and you probably don’t either.  And I want to make sure my cats are getting exactly what they need for optimal health.
 
I want to help you provide the very best for your kitty so for a limited time I’m offering to muscle test your cat’s food, medicine, supplements, etc, at no charge to you!  Wouldn’t you like to be sure you’re not wasting your money and maximizing your cat’s health?  If you’re interested, please email me a photo of your cat/s, photos of the products you want tested and some brief information about the situation.  If something is not testing well for your cat I’ll make some recommendations.  Perhaps you want to know if you should start using a certain supplement or natural medicine… or not.  I can find out for you!  We’ll let your kitty’s body tell me.
 
With muscle testing we can eliminate the trial and error and just get it right.  This can be life-changing for both your cat and you!  You can read more about Muscle Testing on my Holistic Health page.
 
Does your cat need some fresh entertainment?  Check out some of the cool toys I have in the store!  Below is Aylen playing with her new Kickeroo toy.  She’s such a ham…right on cue:
 

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