Help Prevent & Support Recovery From Feline Infectious Anemia
Feline infectious anemia is caused by an infection of blood parasites that produce bacteria which multiply in the bloodstream causing the anemia. The blood parasites are transmitted to cats through the bite of a flea or tick.
Some cats have no adverse reaction to the bite while others may become agitated or ill with infections ranging from mild to deadly, and cats with weakened immune systems are more at risk. Male cats between the ages of one and three are most likely to be infected.
NHV Natural Pet Products include all-natural feline infectious anemia prevention supplements to help deter the parasites that cause it, and heal the damage done by the condition. They should be taken along with a vet prescribed treatment for feline infectious anemia.
Benefits of NHV Holistic Supplements
- Aids effective digestion
- Reduces fatigue and increases energy levels
- Stimulates metabolism
- Helps to fill nutritional voids
- May stimulate and improve appetite
Causes of Feline Infectious Anemia
Anemia is the medical term when there is a low number of red blood cells in the bloodstream. Infectious anemia is caused by a particular type of bacteria called mycoplasma. Fleas and ticks transfer the bacteria to the cats after feeding on infected animals, and the mycoplasma attaches to the red blood cells and destroys them. When mycoplasmas destroy a large number of red blood cells, it causes anemia.
NHV’s vet-formulated herbal feline infectious anemia prevention can be used as natural support along with a vet-recommended treatment plan, and our organically grown supplements contain no additives or preservatives.
Symptoms of Feline Infectious Anemia
- Loss of appetite
- Sleeping too much
- Enlarged spleen
- Enlarged lymph nodes
- Pale mucous membranes
- General weakness and energy loss
- Increased heart and respiratory rates
Additional Support Tips
- You can help your feline by reducing their exposure to blood-sucking insects as well as watching for symptoms such as depression, energy loss, and breathing difficulties.
- Providing flea and tick medication to help in the prevention of feline infectious anemia.
- Always keep a fresh supply of water along with high-quality nutrient food.
At NHV, our plant-based remedies to support your vet’s feline infectious anemia treatment are formulated by a master herbalist and holistic veterinarian having more than 20 years of experience.
If you are unsure about comprehensive treatment or want a second opinion,schedule a consultation today because at NHV your pet’s health and wellbeing is our top priority.