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Raising Naturally Healthy Kittens

Raising kittens naturally can take a little effort, but once you get the hang of it, it's easy and kittens stay healthy and well. Please follow the links below. Many have links to books and other websites that can give you more information that can help educate you about keeping your furry kitten happy, healthy, and disease free.

Raising optimally healthy kittens starts with the kittens parents and grandparents. Some people know who the parents of their kittens are, some don't. Either way, getting your kitten started on a better health program will help assure it stays healthy.

  1. As soon as your kitten starts eating on its own, give it food grade diatomaceous earth in their daily food. This will keep worms from eating your kitten from the inside out, stealing vital nutrients from the food your kitten eats, and sucking your kitten’s blood. It may help prevent coccidia and the need and use of traditional chemical wormers which are actual poisons, plus sweep some bacteria and viruses out of the system, as well as provide 15 vital minerals to keep young ones healthy and strong. DE can be mixed in 100% Pure New Zealand Colostrum and/or raw goat milk and kittens will lick it right up or it can added to their raw chicken liver, heart, gizzards, etc. Feline Care Kit
  2. Feed Species Appropriate Nutrition aka raw meat and bones for optimum health. Kittens who have just started to eat on their own love raw chicken hearts, liver, ground turkey, and similar easy to chew real human grade raw food. At 5 to 6 weeks of age, they can gnaw on raw chicken necks (mom's will clean up what the kittens don't finish) and by 8 weeks of age they consume the entire chicken neck by themselves. Most kittens can consume whole raw chicken wings by the time they are 3 to 4 months of age. Kitten milk replacer recipe per Dr. Ian Billinghurst's book consists of 250 ml raw goats milk, 20 ml whole goat yogurt, 2 egg yolks, 2 tsp. flax or hemp seed oil, 2 tsp. honey, 10 drops B complex liquid supplement (made for infants), 250 mg. vitamin C, probiotic and digestive enzyme supplement (follow package directions).
  3. If you have had issues with coccidia or giardia, see #1 above. You can preventatively dose with Kochi Free (formerly Kocci Free) 2x/day for 10 full days starting as early as 13 days of age OR actively remedy coccidia and giardia by giving Kochi Free (aka Kocci Free) 4x/day for 10 full days.
  4. Kittens that fail to thrive often benefit by dosing Kitty-DT (formerly Kitty Distempaid). This helps calm, soothe, heal the intestinal tract, increase appetite, and boost the immune system. Often rectifies loose stools or diarrhea.
  5. Vaccinations are a very controversial topic. We quit vaccinating all species - human and animal, in 1995 and have had disease free, longer lived, healthier animals because of it. Information about animal vaccinations are here: Animal Vaccinations. IF you choose to vaccinate, consider Dr. Jean Dodds' recommended vaccination protocol for kittens, she recommends TWO Trivalent (distemper, herpes, & calicivirus) KILLED (NOT modified live) vaccinations, one at 8 weeks of age and another at 12 weeks of age. Give Life Cell Support for 1 to 2 weeks prior to getting vaccinations and for 30 days afterwards, twice/daily to help alleviate the stress on the body, help sweep the toxins from the vaccines out of the blood, liver, and lymphatic system.
  6. FELINE DISTEMPER PREVENTION: If you have previously had feline distemper on your premises, please read the information about organic herbal Kitty-DT & Vibactra Plus as these products are known to prevent feline distemper (aka feline panleukopenia) when kittens have been exposed to the virus and these organic herbal products can also help to heal feline distemper.
  7. Keep your cats and kittens free from fleas and ticks naturally with Flea Free, as soon as they are drinking on their own.
  8. Give 100% New Zealand Colostrum daily, especially great for weaning kittens, as it is excellent for to help strengthen the immune system and all kittens LOVE it!
  9. Please cleanse and detox your kitten or cat's body regularly, starting at 6 months of age. Even if you feed a certified organic diet, felines, like us, are exposed to toxins in our environment – formaldehyde in carpet, motor oil on streets/parking lots, pesticides in park and neighborhood lawns, air/water pollution, fluoride and chlorine in household tap water, toxic traditional meds/wormers/preventatives, toxins in their toys, beds, etc. Our companions parents’ health history and genetic health issues are passed onto their offspring. Regular cleansing and detoxing helps rid the body (blood, kidneys, heart, liver, and lymphatic system) of negative health issues that can be passed down to your furry family member and helps boost their immune system. Cleansing the body provides a cleaner environment, so the immune system can function as it was designed to do. All of this, of course, helps increase our companions healthful longevity by many years and helps to prevent health issues. In our experience and opinion, detoxing and cleansing the body is one of the #1 things we can do for our pets to ensure healthful longevity and it is far better than waiting until disease strikes and then trying to combat it. Prevention is always worth 100 lbs. of cure, not to mention saving us and our pets the physical, mental, emotional, and financial stress disease can cause.

    Internal Gold Detox Our protocol is 2-3x/day for 30 days both spring and fall (less stressful months of the year) for all canines and felines. The Internal Gold Detox Kit contains both organic Kidney Rejuvenator and organic Life Cell Support that help cleanse and purify the blood, kidneys, liver, and lymphatic system. Organic Essiac Tea is excellent and can be given 2-3x/day in lieu of the Life Cell Support as they are both similar products that cleanse and purify the blood, liver, and lymphatic system. Bentonite Clay is excellent to help detox the body and especially good for poisoning issues, such as salmonella. It is also excellent to normalize diarrhea or constipation issues. Many people and pets consume it daily. Organic food grade diatomaceous earth is a good mild detox and something we choose to consume and feed daily to all animals. Cleansing and detoxing the body is similar to properly maintaining your automobile. If you regularly change the oil, radiator fluid, transmission fluid, your car will last much longer. If you leave the same old fluid sludge in your vehicle, it doesn't run as well or as long. Cleansing and detoxing the body is an excellent preventative health maintenance program to keep us and our pets living longer, healthier lives.
  10. Be sure to change your kittens water bowl daily or more frequently if it plays in the water and gets it dirty. Plenty of clean pure fresh water is essential to pet health just as it is for people. Preferably do not give city tap water.
  11. Make sure your kitten gets plenty of good healthy exercise. For proper growth and healthful longevity, daily exercise, fresh air, and sunshine is essential for everyone.

*These statements have not been evaluated by Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this Web site or in emails is designed for educational purposes only. The information on this web site is not intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician or veterinarian. This information is not intended as a substitute for the reader's independent judgment and personal responsibility. Health issues are far too important to delegate to anyone else. It is highly recommended you research and seek information and counsel from as wide a variety of sources as possible, so you can make well informed educated decisions about you, your child's, or your pet's health, as in the end YOU make the decisions.


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