The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated Handbook

The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care: An Illustrated Handbook

Celeste Yarnall, Jean Hofve

Language: English

Pages: 192

ISBN: 1592535666

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Celeste Yarnall’s time-tested natural and holistic expertise gives cat owners insight into natural alternatives in food, medication, alternative therapies, and healing practices, improving the lives of feline friends and well as their caregivers. With Dr. Jean Hofve, the esteemed holistic veterinarian, she explores nutrition as preventative medicine, vitamin and mineral supplements, herbal remedies, homeopathic treatments, and groundbreaking anti-aging modalities never before published in a pet care guide. The Complete Guide to Holistic Cat Care also includes a complete bibliography and a list of suppliers of holistic remedies and services. As with all other pet health guides, it is a comprehensive resource intended to complement veterinary care, not replace it.

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sessions, secure toys with strings and lines safely out of reach, as these toys are interactive and require you to be attached to the other end of the toy; otherwise the strings can be chewed and become hazardous. (See “Behavior and Training” in Resources on page 174.) Cat Fanciers’ Association’s Celestecats Tiffany, Seal Point Oriental Shorthair, second generation raw food-fed cat The author, Celeste Yarnall, holding a Platinum Mink Tonkinese cat at a cat show Tonkinese kittens

drop in lymphocyte (a type of white blood cell) counts, showing that the subjects tested were responding to the food as if it were an infectious agent. The subjects’ radiation levels of light-emitting bacteria were higher as well, which indicated that microwave energy was being transmitted from food to person. This is to say nothing of the damage done to food when it is violently vibrated at 2.5 million times per second. Conclusion: Never warm cat food in the microwave. Why Most Fish Is Bad

mentors. I broke away from those tired methods and launched my own holistic breeding program. Once on the path, I consulted with many experts along the way that included top holistic veterinarians, such as Jean Hofve, D.V.M., who is our voice of authority and resident veterinary expert. Cat Fanciers’ Association’s Celestecats Kahlua, Platinum Mink Tonkinese, ninth generation raw food-fed cat RESPECTING MOTHER NATURE As a breeder, I read early on that it would take six generations to

their prepared foods, thousands of cats died of heart failure due to taurine deficiency. They found out the hard way that cooking destroyed taurine’s bioavailability. Because taurine is found in between muscle cells, it is often lost in the meat grinding process as well. ARGININE Another amino acid essential for cats is arginine. Mammals use arginine in one pathway to metabolize ammonia, a toxic waste product of protein digestion. However, only the feline relies on arginine as its sole

brought home a shelter kitty, decided to let in the neighborhood stray, or you’ve done your homework and have found a reputable and conscientious breeder, the following tips will help make the transition much smoother. PREPARE A ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE FOR THE NEW ARRIVAL. He’s going to need some time to adjust to his new environment—the new sights, sounds, and smells; the new ecosystem of germs; and the new people—so set the room up for an extended stay. You’ll need to provide all the basic creature

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