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For Coughs, Respiratory Disorders, and Bronchial Infections in Cats

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Herpes in Cats: Dinah’s Journey to Thriving!

Inspiring Pet Tails 3 min read
This image depicts a blog about herpes in cats (FHV). A photo of a cat watching birds by the window.

Dealing with herpes in cats (FHV) can be a challenging experience for any cat parent, and for Aly, it wasn’t any different. This common viral infection is highly contagious, affecting countless feline companions worldwide, including Aly’s sweetheart, Dinah.

She didn’t have a very good quality of life and watching her be so sickly and doing nothing but sleep was heartbreaking for me as I have had her since she was 8 weeks old, and we just celebrated her 8th birthday in May of this year.

Lethargy is one of the uncomfortable and noticeable symptoms of feline herpesvirus. In most cases, reduced appetite can also occur. Coughing, sneezing, nasal discharge, respiratory distress, and watery or cloudy eyes can also accompany the disease. In Dinah’s case, the symptoms of herpesvirus were affecting her everyday life:

She was so congested all the time, she would vomit from snot in her throat and her eyes would drain. She had very little energy and was always sleeping. She did a lot of reverse sneezing and coughing. To the point of being put on an inhaler. This went on for the last 5-6 years.

Supporting Dinah’s Symptoms Naturally

For Dinah’s loving fur mama, it was heartbreaking to witness her constant struggle with congestion, sneezing, coughing, and overall low energy.

This image depicts a blog about herpes in cats (FHV). Here's a heartwarming photo of a cat sleeping/napping peacefully.

Despite trying various vet-prescribed medications and alternative remedies – from different foods to allergy gels – Aly continued to see no improvements with her kitty. But as any loving parent would, Dinah’s mama refused to let her suffer in silence.

To keep Dinah’s respiratory symptoms under control, Aly decided to try NHV Resp-Aid, and this is what she noticed since:

Now with the Resp-Aid she can breathe, there’s no sneezing, and she is back to playing and being her normal self. I fear without this natural remedy her life with us would’ve been much shorter as respiratory complications can be severe. So our family truly thanks you!!

It made our day receiving this amazing progress update! Resp-Aid was vet-formulated precisely to help manage coughing, chest, and nasal congestion, and we’re so happy it has helped Dinah live her best life again.

If your little one is also dealing with watery or runny eyes as a result of herpesvirus, you might want to also consider NHV OcuLove for internal eye support and NHV Ey-Eas for topical relief.

Dealing With Herpes in Cats Early On

Recurring flare-ups of feline herpesvirus like Dinah had for over eight years of her life are, unfortunately, quite common. That’s because, just like the herpes virus in humans, it can remain dormant and then reactivate during times of stress or when the cat’s immune system is compromised.

That is why, in addition to Resp-Aid, we also recommend adding Felimm and Natures Immuno to a cat’s regimen if herpesvirus is a concern.

NHV Felimm is our main feline virus supplement. This herbal blend has properties that help detoxify the lymphatic system while supporting immune health. It also has ingredients that help support upper respiratory infection and FHV symptoms, like lethargy, poor appetite, and fever.

NHV Natures Immuno is our blend of medicinal mushrooms known for their antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiviral, immune-supporting, and healing properties.

Vaccinating early can also greatly reduce the risk of severe herpes cases in cats. Regular vaccinations and proper care play a crucial role in preventing and maintaining the overall health of our feline friends.

As we celebrate Dinah’s journey to comfort with the help of natural support, let her story inspire hope and encourage pet pawrents dealing with Feline Herpesvirus (FHV). Our team of experienced Pet Experts is here to assist you every step of the way! If you have any questions or need recommendations to address herpes in cats, or anything else, don’t hesitate to reach out. Your beloved furkiddo’s well-being is our top priority, and together, we can ensure they lead a comfortable and fulfilling life.

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Published: July 28, 2023

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