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Nasal Lymphoma in Cats: How Emma Defies The Odds

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A kitty with Christmas collar with nasal lymphoma in cats

Nasal lymphoma in cats can be a scary diagnosis, but it doesn’t have to steal hope.

A year ago [2020], my cat Emma was diagnosed with Lymphoma. We couldn’t afford the $25,000 radiation and chemo treatment they recommended, so I looked for alternatives. I am so grateful I found NHV, a year later, Emma is cancer-free and playing like a kitten. My refrigerator is now stocked with NHV products for all my cats , trying to keep them healthy as they get older

Furmom Amy has been doing independent cat rescue for more than 20 years now.

When one of her senior kitties, Emma, got nasal lymphoma in cats, she was devastated and worry-sick.

Where it all started…(August 2020)

My cat Emma was diagnosed with nasal lymphoma 4 months ago and given 2 months to live. She had a horrible infection from the lymphoma and was sneezing blood clots.
nasal lymphoma in cats

Nasal lymphoma is a form of cancer affecting a specific type of white blood cell known as lymphocytes. This type of lymphoma is unique because the tumor typically stays localized within the nasal cavity. Kitties diagnosed with nasal lymphoma frequently exhibit chronic nasal discharge, sneezing, and breathing difficulties. Additionally, due to the compromised immune system, cats with this cancer also have a heightened chance of getting infections like Feline Infectious Peritonitis.

Amy sought out natural remedies to support Emma’s condition. And that’s when she stumbled upon us and our herbal supplements – Lymphoma Gold Support Kit, Cancer Fighter Pack (Cancer Kit 4), Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) Kit, and Resp-Aid.

NHV Lymphoma Gold Support Kit helps encourage detoxification of the lymphatic system; Cancer Fighter Pack (Cancer Kit 4) is a comprehensive bundle that helps improve immunity and manages cancer symptoms; Feline Infectious Peritonitis Kit helps kitties fight infections; Resp-Aid supports healthy breathing and relieves shortness of breath.

After taking these supplements for a while, Amy could already notice a significant change in Emma,

Emma is not only still alive, but there is no infection, no swelling, no bleeding, she is happy and healthy.
nasal lymphoma in cats close up of green-eyed cat

Latest Update (May 2023)

She is doing great, she is a fighter. I really can’t thank NHV enough, I tell everyone about your products. Emma just celebrated her 17th birthday last month and that’s because of all of you. Thank you so much

The survival rate of nasal lymphoma in cats is an average of 1-2 years. But Emma is still thriving today [March 2024]!

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Published: April 1, 2024

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