A compromised immune system in your cat is a scary and a devastating diagnosis. Thankfully, alternative actions are now available to minimize the effects of chemotherapy and toxic medications. Many people believe that incorporating them into your cat’s therapies is a necessary part of any treatment.

At it’s most basic level, cancer is caused by a failure of the immune system to regulate cell growth. Cancer can occur in any body organ (liver, spleen, lungs etc), body area (bones, skin, mouth) or even just a general vicinity of the body (chest cavity). Under normal circumstances, cells grow and divide, and damaged or irregular cells (cancer cells) are routinely eradicated by the immune system. However, if the immune system is weakened or not functioning properly, damaged cells go undetected and continue to grow and replicate, leading to the growth of tumors, which are made up of the damaged cells.


Aggressive and Rapidly Growing Disease

Cancer in cats can occur in virtually every body part and system, it can often go undetected for weeks or even months. As cancer is an aggressive and rapidly growing disease, the lag time between occurrence and diagnosis often has a direct influence on cure and survival rates.

Once Cancer Has Been Diagnosed

Close consultation with your veterinarian can help you to select which feline cancer treatment and cancer therapies are appropriate for your situation. Depending on the type of cancer, the age and condition of your cat and other important factors, treatments for cancers in cats can range from surgery to tumor or abnormal growth removal, chemotherapy and radiation therapy to isolate and destroy cancer cells, and medications to help slow down tumor development, treat inflammation, and control pain.

Mainstream Western-Medicine Therapies

Unfortunately, while many of these mainstream western-medicine therapies can be successful in removing or shrinking tumors, at least temporarily, none of these feline cancer treatments address the underlying cause of cancer- a faulty or weakened immune system. In fact, some of the treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, can significantly damage or even destroy an already fragile immune system.

Since feline cancer results from the inability of a cat’s immune system to recognize and destroy cancer cells, than it seems only natural the helping to build up and support the immune system of a cat with cancer, along with conventional therapies, may be the key to successful feline cancer treatment.


Building the Immune System

Building the immune system of a sick cat requires a multi-faceted approach. Reduce the everyday toxins in your cats’ environment, such as from pesticides, cleaning products, and highly processed cat foods. In addition, talk to a holistic veterinarian about stopping any vaccination program your cat is on. Vaccines can be very disruptive and even damaging to the immune system. Stopping all vaccines can help to prevent further immune system degradation.

Commercial Cat Food

Most commercially prepared cat foods are highly processed, and in that processing, much of the nutritional value of the ingredients in the food is being lost. All cats, but especially those with cancer, can benefit by changing to naturally prepared or organic cat foods, rich in nutrients and without chemical preservatives. Cats with cancer often have a poor appetite, so it is essential to continually offer your cat a variety of healthful foods to encourage him or her to eat.


We Can help

In addition to providing essential nutrients through diet, supplementation can help to ensure that your cat has the utmost level of immune system support and boosters to fight cancer.


Related product: Advanced Immune Restoration for Cats

35 thoughts on “Holistic Cancer Treatment for Cats

  1. michele says:

    Hello,
    What product do you recommend for my 12 year old female kitty – the vet found yesterday a cancerous mass on her spleen. Not doing surgery.
    Thank you!
    Michele

    • Steve says:

      Hello Michelle, I recommend the Advanced Immune Protocol. We get very good results in all kinds of immune problems. Here is a report I got just this morning from a woman using the protocol for the past year.

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      Hi…I’ve been using your Immune/cancer support protocol for my cat for almost one year. He was diagnosed with scc and fibrosarcoma of the pinna when I adopted him a year ago. Since then he has been doing great but last week quite abruptly, his ear started bleeding and the vet said the cancer had returned. He sent me home after giving him a shot to bring down the inflammation and wait for 3-4 days until he could do surgery and take a biopsy. The very next day, in the span of less than 5 minutes from when I had last seen my kitty, the next moment that mass (3/4″ around or so) had actually popped out of his ear and was laying there next to him in his cat tower. I was incredulous and took him back to the vet who also had never seen anything like this happen. While he was examining him, he actually squeezed out another blackish tiny pea-sized blob. He didn’t want to close up the hole left by the mass that had popped out so just gave him an antibiotic and sent us home to await a biopsy. Unfortunately, it came back as aggressive fibrosarcoma. That being said, because of the spreading fingers of this cancer, my vet does not feel comfortable doing any surgery on him so the sad option is to just make him comfortable for whatever time he has left.
      In the meanwhile, this ear has healed up very nicely on it’s own and to look at it, one would not even think anything like this ever happened. My kitty continues to be a happy cat eating very well and content. When my vet and another consultant asked me what ‘else’ had I been doing for this cancer, I told them nothing except for the Vitality Science Immune Support for cancer, which is how i believe my cat has done so well for so long and also how this cancer just popped out. My vet said it was as thought my cat’s immune system somehow knew of the cancerous cells and had started to encapsulate it and then strangled it to the point where it just popped out. He cannot explain it otherwise.

      My question though is that this cancer is back with a vengeance and this time, no surgery can be done due to limited margins, etc. I will continue with the protocol…I am already giving 1 tsp twice daily of the Celloquent as well as the other two products.

      I have also read recently about how tumeric has been shown to be of benefit to cancer in animals. Do you have any opinion on this as I notice none of your products use this. Also, if I add this to my regimen, will it interact with the products I am currently using of yours? Any other suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks June

  2. Gudni Gudnason says:

    Dear Steve, our cat (12 year old Bengal) was just diagnosed with cancer in his descending urine track going from the gallbladder down. Its a small area and the Vets said that this is very unusual condition but that he will not survive more then 1 years, even after surgery and chemo. Please tell us what is best to do, we are located in Japan, Tokyo.

  3. Jen says:

    My 20 year old tabby has a thyroid condition and is on Methimazole. His recent blood test came back as 1.3 so his thyroid is doing well. However, his loud breathing scares me. I haven’t had him x-rayed for cancer because surgery at his age will probably kill him. Whether he has cancer or not, what do you recommend as a treatment for breathing problems in old cats? I can’t handle losing him.

    • Steve says:

      Since the symptoms all seem to be immune related, I recommend the Advanced Immune which has had great success with all types of immune issues.

  4. Melanie C. says:

    Hi Steve – my 11 year old, super energetic cat was just diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma, probably injection site sarcoma (which just boils my blood! Preventable!!) on her side near her hip. We have started going over all the options, including aggressive surgery, radiation and immunotherapy. Those 3 things could be $20grand based on estimates! Making our next steps so hard to make. I am really interested in your products to support her while we make decisions and also any advice on what to use, when and what you think the best course of action should be. We were told the reoccurrence rate is 30-40% even with all that. Seems like her system needs to be strengthened from the inside out! Thank you so much

    • Steve says:

      Hello,

      All immune related problems, including cancer and pancreatitis, come from drugs (mainly vaccines), food (GMO corn and soy especially), and household chemicals (cleaning agents and chlorinated and fluoridated water), pharmaceutical dewormers, flea and heart worm chemicals.

      Our strategy is to upgrade the food quality, stop all vaccines, eliminate the drugs and chemicals, and add in safe, natural food-based supplements that are scientifically proven to raise immune competence, that are beneficial for all animals, young or old, sick or healthy. Along with our email tech support, our strategy has been very successful in re-establishing normality.

      Start with this package which contains products with all cat friendly flavors so that they can be accepted in the food of most cats

      http://vitalityscience.com/product/advanced-immune-restoration/

      I will email you some docs for further guidance.

  5. Katie Mayfield says:

    My 17 yr old fur baby (cat) Wally has cancer in his mouth. I am giving him the liquid gold drops. What other treatments do you advise?

  6. Kerri says:

    Hi, my female cat is 12 years old and was just diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma, or “Feline lung digit syndrome.” She recently had her left hind toe amputated and a mass on her lung was found to have slowly grown over the last year. Part of her pathology report reads as follows: “This is a unique condition in cats in which pulmonary carcinomas metastasize to one or more digits, and sometimes other areas of the limbs. This is considered a high grade malignant with potential for metastasis.”

    We’ve been told she probably only has a few more months, so any speedy recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much.

    • Melissa says:

      Hi Kerri,
      My 6 year old was diagnosed with the same right before Christmas. We had two toes amputated (has the squamous cell type). We tried chemo but it made him sick (or his disease has). Now giving appetite stimulants to get him to eat. How is your cat doing? Any advice on things is greatly appreciated.
      Thanks!

  7. Nadine Bello says:

    Our 10 year cat was just diagnosed with Chordona Cancer of the tail. The tumor is close to the end of his spine. They want to amputate the tail but the location is a bit tricky. Are there any holistic treatments to reduce the tumor?

    • Steve says:

      Hello,

      We have successfully treated thousands of cats with a variety of immune related issues.

      All immune related problems, including cancer and pancreatitis, come from drugs (mainly vaccines), food (GMO corn and soy especially), and household chemicals (cleaning agents and chlorinated and fluoridated water), pharmaceutical dewormers, flea and heart worm chemicals.

      Our strategy is to upgrade the food quality, stop all vaccines, eliminate the drugs and chemicals, and add in safe, natural food-based supplements that are scientifically proven to raise immune competence, that are beneficial for all animals, young or old, sick or healthy. Along with our email tech support, our strategy has been very successful in re-establishing normality.

      Start with this package which contains products with all cat friendly flavors so that they can be accepted in the food of most cats

      http://vitalityscience.com/product/advanced-immune-restoration/

  8. Claudia Black says:

    Hi.
    My cat has decided that he will no longer eat the celloquent. We tried putting it in liquid and giving by mouth. He just throws it up. What else can we give him? Any suggestions? I tried sending emails, but i havent had a response.
    He was only given 3 weeks to a month left w/o chemo. It has been almost 3 months now. So i am sure it has helped.
    Thank you.
    Claudia

    • Steve says:

      Hi Claudia,

      I have been answering your emails. Look in your spam box.

      I recommend trying a tiny amount and see if that works. If it does then increase by a tiny amount. Go back to a previous dosage if he throws up at any step along the way.

  9. Steve Dumain says:

    Hi Steve…(I’m also Steve;)
    Our vet did an x Ray’s and found that our previously healthy 8 year old cat had cloudy spots in her lungs…and they say it’s either cancer or a fungus or… But they seem to think that it’s most likely cancer. We almost killed her with a fungal medication called itrafungol….and now trying to maturely bring her back to stabilized health (before the medicine she was sick but was trying to get healthy and had a very good appetite again) …
    Do you please have some advise for us?

    • Steve says:

      Hi,

      Our Advanced Immune has a very strong record of remedying all types of immune related problems. Try it. You will see a bg difference.

    • Steve says:

      Hello, Why would anyone consider putting down a cat that still has life left? I never recommend putting a cat down. So long as there is life there is hope. I recommend the protocol below.

      We have successfully treated thousands of cats with a variety of immune related issues.

      All immune related problems, including cancer and pancreatitis, come from drugs (mainly vaccines), food (GMO corn and soy especially), and household chemicals (cleaning agents and chlorinated and fluoridated water), pharmaceutical dewormers, flea and heart worm chemicals.

      Our strategy is to upgrade the food quality, stop all vaccines, eliminate the drugs and chemicals, and add in safe, natural food-based supplements that are scientifically proven to raise immune competence, that are beneficial for all animals, young or old, sick or healthy. Along with our email tech support, our strategy has been very successful in re-establishing normality.

      Start with this package which contains products with all cat friendly flavors so that they can be accepted in the food of most cats

      http://vitalityscience.com/product/advanced-immune-restoration/

  10. Gwen Ferry says:

    I have a 15 year old cat with osteosarcoma upper right jaw, where canine tooth would be if she still had it. Been treating her with vivid artemesinin, dmso, theracurmin, colloidal silver, now 30+ grade honey with bi carb soda and IP6. New blood work shows no deterioration in her overall health, she is out of pain and eating well. The tumour has spread however and today she is undergoing a ct scan to show the extent. What do you suggest and does it help bone cancer? She has hardly ever been vaccinated but was fed Fancy Feast most of her life.

    • Stephen says:

      All good supplements but they are not a comprehensive and synergistic approach. I recommend our Advanced Immune Protocol. I will send additional info via your email.

  11. Melissa Vicari says:

    My 11 yr old kitty has an intestinal mass, about the size of an egg. She has small masses on her spleen, which could be benign and have nothing to do with the intestinal mass. Her kidneys and liver are good. Her lymph nodes are enlarged. She’s doing everything normal except she doesn’t finish all her food. An aspiration done during an ultrasound showed little cells but what they saw could lead to lymphoma. Our cat is such a cuddly love bug and starting her on chemo I’m afraid would change her personality. What would you recommend for her?

  12. Kelsey says:

    Hello,

    My cat was just diagnosed on Friday with lymphoma as a mass was found in his chest from an x-ray and his white blood cell count was somewhat low. He is going to see an oncologist this Tuesday to start taking steps for chemotherapy and probably determine if he is FeLV positive or not. I read a story about a woman who put her cat on medicine from here. I was wondering what your thoughts and recommendations are. My cat’s name is Oliver and he just turned 1 less than a month ago.

  13. Javier Gomez says:

    My cat of 21 years, He is a thin cat and has heart problems, has Squamous Cell Carcinoma, in the nose and mouth, It has been turned off, but it has been activated quickly in the mouth. which recommends please, thanks

  14. Lauren DeCola says:

    Hello,
    My cat is 1 year old and was diagnosed with an odontogenic tumor. The tumor is on his upper jaw and while these tumors do not metastasize, they are locally invasive. The surgery is $6,500 which I can not afford. I am seeking out resources to help, but in the meantime, is there something I can give to him to help?

    Thanks!

  15. Shayanna says:

    Good day.
    My 14 year old cat is suffering from a cancerous tumor looming over her right eye. It’s increased in size quickly over the last two months and is now almost overtaken her vision. The vet suggests I let her go, but I wanted to know all of my options first.
    Thank you.

  16. Victoria Grabowski says:

    Hi Steve,
    My six year old cat was just diagnosed with soft tissue sarcoma, he has had surgery but the doctor does not believe he was able to get it all. I have been giving him CBD oil and changed his diet. He blood work came back normal, he is acting normal, eating, drinking and playing with his sister. I would like to get him started on something, what do you recommend? Thank you!

  17. Kathy McCaughtrie says:

    We have a 14 year old cat who has a squamous carcinoma cell on his nose. Our vet says it is inoperable. We are searching for worthwhile holistic remedys that would slow the growth. He appears healthy in every other way. He is pretty good with oral doses but goes ballistic when put in a cage and taken to the vet. What do you advise.

    • Stephen says:

      Hi Kathy, We have seen very good results with dietary changes, our Advanced Immune, and our email tech support. I will send more info directly to your email address.

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