free shipping over $100 (USA & Canada)

1-877-937-4372 the pet expert hotline

free shipping over $100 (USA & Canada)

Felimm for Pets with FeLV, FIV
USD $44.95
Felimm for Pets with FeLV, FIV USD $44.95 Add to Cart

Bailey’s Battle – Leukemia in Cats

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read
A cat outside in tall grass and foliage.

You may have fed a stray cat or dog here or there. It’s a tough life out there for strays, but there are always big hearts who want to help these four-legged wanderers. Tamela is one such kind soul.

Bailey the cat’s tale begins in Tamela’s shed, where he was born. The two grew a strong bond over the years based on mutual trust, and that bond helped them get through one of their scariest trials: leukemia in cats.

When Tamela found out little Bailey had feline leukemia, she worried for the little creature she helped raise from kittenhood

From Feral Kitty to House Cat

Tamela shares how these two met, and eventually became friends:

Four years ago during the Fall Season, a beautiful feral female stray Shyly visited our backyard… She began to spend a lot of time in our wood shed. Soon we found a black n white, runt kitten

Cats really know how to find the right people; Tamela and her husband nurtured this semi-feral cat, who was never taught that us humans could be okay. Soon enough, he would know them as family. And four years later, the bond they formed would save his life as he would rely on Tamela for help with his biggest challenge yet: cat leukemia.

What is Leukemia in Cats?

Feline leukemia is a viral illness that only affects cats. Sadly, this disease is quite common, and it is the second largest cause of death in cats. It can cause other issues, like anemia, as well as weakening the immune system.

So when Tamela found out little Bailey had feline leukemia, she worried for the little creature she helped raise from kittenhood.

Bailey and The Battle with Leukemia in Cats

A parent never believes their child (or fur child) will get sick. A cold maybe and move on…keep being a happy kid. Well, a month ago, Bailey had more than a cold, he was sleeping too much, not eating; his eyes not Crystal clear alerted me. I thought his check up would be a flu. I was heartbroken to learn his red blood cells count was 27, a week later, only 19. He had Leukemia. We were told to spend as much quality time with him and prepare. Days spent crying.

Any pet-parent who has been through that knows how heart-wrenching this feeling is. However scary and upsetting this must have been for them, Tamela refused to say goodbye. Instead, they rallied.

My husband is a hero to me for finding NHV. We spoke of research and there has to be something more to help Bailey. He read to me the story of a mother and her cat had Leukemia. The Felimm supplement she wrote cured her fur baby. After he called NHV and spoke to a counselor, he was instructed to not purchase another more expensive nutrient by NHV, and to give Bailey Felimm for Leukemia and Hearty-Heart for his enlarged heart.

Felimm is our main support for the symptoms of leukemia in cats, with well-known herbs like turmeric, aloe, burdock, and more. Hearty-Heart is a gentle natural supplement to help with a variety of heart conditions, or as a pro-active heart measure.

A Fairy “Tail” Ending

After starting their new supplement regimen, Tamela reported great success!

We’re delighted to see the wonderful improvements with our precious Bailey since starting his natural NHV regimen. His glassy eyes have cleared so much, he can jump from floor to counter again, he loves going outdoors again, his appetite has increased and he cuddles every night. Seeing him play and run again each day is a wish come true. In another month or so we plan to have him evaluated by his veterinarian and see how he has improved. This natural NHV regimen has given his spirit back and helped him be healthier. Thank you NHV !

Seeing pets transform has to be the best part of our job – thank you to Tamela for sharing this incredible story with us! If you are curious about natural supplements for feline leukemia (FeLV), reach out to us by using the chat box below so that we can help you start your own pet wellness journey.

NHV Pet Experts

NHV Pet Experts

We have a dedicated group of pet expert professionals, including veterinarians, vet techs, and other pet professionals to guide you through any questions. We’re committed to your pet’s wellness and can offer additional tips, resources, nutritional advice, and more.

Published: July 5, 2024

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like