Natural supplements and Holistic care for FIP cats.

L-lysine for cats

L-lysine is commonly used for feline herpesvirus and as an immune booster, but recent studies show it has no proven benefit. In addition, L-lysine is contradindicated for cats with FIP, those at risk of developing FIP, and FCoV+ cats. Find out the reasons why you should not be using L-lysine for your cat here.

Slippery Elm Bark

Slippery elm bark syrup is useful for the treatment of nausea, vomiting and other ailments. Recipe, dosage and benefits are described here.

B12 vitamins, liver and anemia.

We strongly advise B12 supplementation for nearly all cats. There's a good reason for it –more than one, actually. Our primer on B12 (a.k.a. cobalamin) explains why it is essential for your cat's health to maintain adequate levels of B12. Find out why your FIP cat needs B12. here.

Silymarin (Milk Thistle)

Boost your cat's liver function with this natural supplement known for its capacity to support and protect the liver. Read more here.

CBD for Cats

Should you consider CBD (Cannabis) for your cat? There are plenty of cannabis products for pets on the market. Can they help your FIP cat? Our brochure is a quick-start guide that takes a look at the pros and cons of cannabis/hemp-based products for cats.

downloadDownload our CBC for cats brochure for detailed information and useful links.

Moducare and the immune system.

We say it often in our comments on Facebook: immunity is key. A robust immune system is the best line of defense against any disease. Achieving and maintaining a healthy immune system is essential. Moducare helps regulate the immune system's response up or down as needed. Find out the many benefits of this natural blend of plant sterols and sterolins and how Moducare can help your cat.

downloadComplete Moducare information including recommended dosage and where to buy.