Saturday, October 10, 2009

Cats with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Intestinal Lymphoma


Cats with Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Intestinal Lymphoma
We receive many inquiries about what to do for cats that have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and intestinal lymphoma using holistic care, dietary changes and supplements. If your kitty has intestinal lymphoma, definitely consult with an oncologist because a lot of cats can do quite well with the medications. Regardless, though, cats with either condition tend to have vomitting, diarrhea, bouts of constipation alternating with diarrhea , gurgly tummy and acid stomach. Regardless of any medications you might be using, holistic care can certainly help. Many cats have food allergies. So, it is important to get them on a diet using a novel protein source. And...many prescription diets contain too many carbohydrates such as peas so those often don't work very well either. It is best to schedule a telephone consultation to get help for your cat's particular situation. As we know, most cats are very particular and so you need to work with a veterinary professional to help you find just the right dietary program, with lots of variety for your kitty.
In addition, there are several supplements that really help: these include Tegricel Colostrum, Probiotic, Soothing Digestive Relief, Notatum and Roqueforti. You can read about our complete IBD protocol on http://www.askariel.com/pages.asp?pid=ibd_in_dogs_and_cats
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