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Panleuk-Free Relieves Symptoms of Cat Distemper

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Learn about PetAlive natural remedies for pets!

Viral support for your cat

All cats are exposed to different viruses during their lives. Just like humans; the younger the animal, the greater the susceptibility to illness.

Panleukopenia (feline distemper) is a highly infectious virus that can cause very serious illness in cats. Kittens are particularly at risk when they come down with a viral infection, they may show symptoms of a high temperature and loss of appetite. Kittens can also become extremely dehydrated due to diarrhea and vomiting that occurs with the virus.

Many viral infections go unnoticed, as symptoms tend to mimic foreign bodies in the gut. If a queen is pregnant, she may only have a day or two of being off-color (which may go unnoticed). However, kittens inside the womb are severely compromised and may be born with physical deformities or mental damage.

If the mother’s health is compromised in early pregnancy, she may miscarry. The conventional panleukopenia vaccine is not recommended for young kittens or pregnant queens, leaving these cats very susceptible to infection.

Why the vaccine controversy?


When cats become ill, it is distressing both for them and their owners. While their immune systems need to get going, treatment consists greatly of supportive care.

Fluids must be given to prevent or correct dehydration. Blood transfusions may be given to severely affected cats. Medication is given to stop the vomiting, and antibiotics may be given if secondary infections develop. There are certain viral infections such as feline distemper, for which conventional medicine can only provide supportive treatment.

Alternative remedies can play an important role in lessening symptoms and promoting quicker recovery in a safe manner, without side effects or long-term risks.

What is Panleuk-Free?

Panleuk-Free is a safe natural remedy, containing 100% homeopathic ingredients especially selected by a team of experts in the field of natural medicine to support the immune systems of cats.

Panleuk-Free is completely safe for kittens and pregnant queens – with no risk to the unborn kittens.

Panleuk-Free is taken internally and may also be very helpful in providing systemic and immune system support. Panleuk-Free is presented in a convenient dissolvable granule form. The tiny granules are easy to administer (even to animals that will not swallow tablets) and are simply sprinkled on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve.

All Native Remedies homeopathic products and biochemic tissue salts are manufactured in an FDA and GMP registered pharmaceutical facility under the supervision of qualified homeopaths and responsible pharmacists. Individual ingredients are listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS).

PetAlive Panleuk-Free - Temporarily Relieves Symptoms of Cat Distemper 

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