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Blood Parasites

Blood Parasites


Cat Blood Parasite Remedies

Blood Parasites & NHV Remedies

Blood parasites are any organisms that take up residence on, or in, your cat’s bloodstream. They are usually transmitted through the bite of a flea or tick. Some cats with blood parasites do not show adverse reactions, however, others become agitated or ill with infections that can range from mild to deadly.

Together with the cat blood parasite treatment that your vet prescribes, NHV all-natural remedies can help rid your cat’s body of parasites and heal the damage they cause.

How Will NHV Supplement Help Blood Parasites in my Cat?

Combining supplements for blood detox, multivitamins, and parasite support is an excellent way to get rid of nasty parasites while supporting a healthy immune system.

Try our Blood Parasites with Nutritional Support Kit to get your cat started on a parasite-free path to better health. Reach out to our pet experts if you have any questions.

Symptoms of Blood Parasites in Cats

  • Poor appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Sleeping unusually long
  • General weakness
  • Rapid pulse and breathing
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Fever
  • Depression
  • Enlarged spleen
  • Enlarged lymph nodes
  • Jaundice

Feline Infectious Anemia

Cats infected with blood parasites may also become infected with feline infectious anemia, an acute or chronic disease caused by bacteria that multiply in the bloodstream. It is most likely to occur in male cats between the ages of one and three years old.

Not all cats with feline infectious anemia will appear sick. Some will carry the infection in a latent form and develop symptoms only if stressed or afflicted by another disease. In severe cases, a cat with anemia may experience a high fever, loss of appetite, and an enlarged spleen.

Additional Support

To help prevent the disease and cat blood parasites, reduce your cat's potential exposure to blood-sucking insects and watch for unusual symptoms including energy loss, depression, and breathing difficulties. It’s also important to remember that a cat that has recovered from the disease can develop it again.

Remember to never self diagnose your pet or administer any product for cat blood parasite treatment without first consulting your vet. To support your pet's recovery, always ensure they have a constant supply of fresh water and serve only high quality, nourishing food.

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