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Feline Lymphoma and Cat IBD

Feline Lymphoma is the most common type of cancer in cats, accounting for almost 33% of cat cancers. While lymphoma in general is caused by the same cellular degradation and malfunction as all cancers, gastrointestinal lymphomas’ development may be preventable.

G.I. Lymphoma

GI Lymphoma in cats is often associated with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). IBD in cats is a group of gastrointestinal disorders that lead to an increase in the number of inflammatory cells found in the lining of the intestinal tract. Chronic vomiting and or diarrhea are the most common symptoms; at the time of diagnosis, the exact cause is often unknown. Unresolved food allergies and food sensitivities contribute to immune system dysfunction.

The increases in inflammatory cells that develop as a result of IBD have been directly linked to the development of GI lymphoma in cats. Chronic vomiting or diarrhea frequently go unnoticed, and at some point the resulting inflammation and scar tissue that develops in the lining of the intestine can transition to cancerous cells, leading to the development of lymphoma.

Veterinarians choose to treat IBD with steroids and other medications, whereas the natural approach uses Herbal anti-inflammatories, soothing agents, and soil-based probiotics (SBOs). The best way to prevent any GI disorder or disease is to make sure the GI tract has the benefit of SBOs on a regular basis.

If your cat is experiencing chronic diarrhea, vomiting or other stomach upsets, and has not responded to conventional treatment, he or she is at increased risk for developing GI lymphoma.

The Role of Good Bacteria

The foundation of a strong immune system is a healthy digestive environment. By providing your cat with SBO supplements, you can help prevent the development of lymphoma and cancer in your cats.

If your cat already has cancer, fortifying the immune system can be a powerful adjunct to traditional therapies, making them more effective, and thus increasing the cure rate of cancer in cats and thereby extending their lives.

The Royal Society of Medicine of Great Britain claims, “90% of all chronic disease is caused by an unhealthy intestinal system”. Clearly, improving gastrointestinal health stimulates the immune system. This also has a synergistic effect on improving your cats’ response to medical treatment, as well as their health. In addition, cats with cancer often develop vomiting and diarrhea as a direct result of the medication insult occurring to their body, which can further weaken their immune system.

Good bacteria, or “Probiotics” are essential to maintain a healthy gastrointestinal tract. These healthy bacteria help your cat to digest more of the nutrients, fight disease, and normalize the digestive system. In times of stress or illness, the good bacteria in the gut die off quicker, upsetting the delicate balance between good and bad bacteria. This imbalance leads to your cat being predisposed to further illness, chronic vomiting and diarrhea, and a weakened immune system. By supplementing with a clinically proven soil-based probiotic product for cats will quickly restore the natural balance in your cat’s gut. A strong immune system is the best defense to fight and prevent disease.

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16 thoughts on “Feline Lymphoma and Cat IBD”

  1. I’m writing in regard to my seven year old cat. He’s had chronic diarrhea for at least two years. We’ve had him tested for everything. The next step would be is to have an endoscopy. I’m reluctant to do this procedure. Do you have any suggestions what to do??

  2. Okay, Steve. I just ordered this (via Amazon). I have tried everything and spent thousands on my poor cat. Nothing has helped and I’m about at the end of my rope. I don’t want to lose my baby, so I’m hoping this stuff is the final stuff that will work for him. Thanks for the website – I’ve bookmarked it for future reference!

    • Trish, I’m in the same boat. I just found out today my 10-year old, Maine Coone Mix, Winston has lymphoma. I do not want to put him through chemo, but I would do anything to help him get better. I just ordered some products from this site… skeptical as I’ve seen mixed reviews, but don’t have any time to waste and willing to try. Sure hope their is some truth to this site and the products they provide.

      • Megan, let me know how they work, by Bagel was just had the ultrasound, we are waiting for the final report. Do you know if the lymphoma is low, middle or high?

      • My 12 yr old girl cat has small cell lymphoma from ibd. We did the endescopy askd yes she on chemo as well. We use vitality science and a few other places for natural herbs.
        Chemo os actually helpn her. We spent over 20 grand. And it’s been over a yr. She still eats and drinks. And I syringe her meds.

  3. Hi Steve, is it possible / realistic to cure lung cancer for a cat only by following one of your holistic therapies or are chances only increased with a combination of steroids and holistic therapy?
    Our 13 year old cat has just been diagnosed with lung cancer (waiting to know if it is carcinoma or lymphoma); I do not want to go down the chemo-/radiotherapy route .

    • Hi Natus, Anything is possible if given the proper support, nutrition and care. Cancer is a big scary word for cells that have lumped together because they have no way to filter out of the body. The most important thing of ridding the body of cancer is to reduce inflammation, increase the processes of filtration and the to support the immune system to rid the body of the cancerous cells. The advanced immune restoration protocol for cats gives the support and nutrients needed to help such processes. Let us know if you have any other questions. Take Care

  4. My cat has enlarged lymph nodes in intestines and inflammation. Steroids have helped but took away her spirit. Is there anything you can suggest? Do not want to go chemo route. She is not an easy cat to deal with at vet office. She is on prednilosone now. For a month she was on prednisone.

  5. Are there any tricks to work the cat cancer trio of supplements into the food? Anyone have any good ideas? We have two cats, one that has cancer, so separating them to eat will be interesting. They’re more grazers than gobblers. I’m trying to figure out a way to get the cat with cancer to eat something w/the supplements without necessarily having to give to them both, and given one of the supplements needs to be given an hour later, I have to figure out some way to get him to eat it an hour later. Thank you.

    • Hi. The products dont need to be given exactly an hour apart. They work better when given at least an hour apart. This means that when they are ready to eat again then you can put the product in their food. Also, you can always mix the products with water, suck them up into the syringe and slowly administer it between the cheek and the gum in ensure that they get the proper dosage. I hope this helps. Let us know if there are any other questions we can help you with.

  6. My little cat Java just passed away. She was a Siamese mix of 15 years old. We tried everything after she started losing weight with vomiting and diarrhea. I did not want to put her thru all the bad stuff like chemo as I had done that with a previous cat and it did prolong his life but it was without the quality I would have chosen for myself. My vet agreed as she has a cat of her own. My Java was on budesonide first along with probiotics and baby food as well as Pedialyte. All in order to give her a sporting chance. That changed to predisolene fluid which appeared to help, but only for a week. Cats are stoic and one has no idea how bad their pain is. Java wanted to live. She ate like a horse and tried so hard to live. But she gave up the fight when I think her pain overcame her will to live. So please be aware that our pets do try so hard to please us that they sometimes suffer more than we really want them to.

  7. My cat just stopped chemo as it doesn’t work. He has GI Lymphoma large cell for one year. Now only takes prednisone and cerenia. Search for alternate treatment to let him feel better and prolong his life. Yesterday he drank a large volume of water, the vet said his kidney has problem. Any suggestion for me ?

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