Natural treatment cured more than 20 cats coinfected with FIP, FeLV

by Pilar Duenas.

My first cat, Tahita.

My first cat, Tahita.

I care for a group of about 30 cats that have been dumped in my property over the past few years.

In 2014, one of my cats died of a disease that would take a total of eight kittens and young cats in the next twelve months. The vets were stumped, and all the treatments that were tried only seemed to kill the cats all the more quickly. The cats tested positive to FCoV, one tested positive to FeLV, but neither virus kills so many cats, so fast. Some cats died in only a couple of days, and it looked like this was a general outbreak that was decimating stray cats in nearby villages. If the FIP diagnosis is eventually confirmed, it’s very likely that there is a coinfection with another pathogen, perhaps FeLV or Mycoplasma Haemofelis.

All the cats presented some of the following symptoms: refractive explosive diarrhoea, fevers, pallor, lymphadenopathy, bladder infections, susceptibility to mites, difficulty swallowing, ataxia/paresis, emesis, organomegaly (gut, liver, kidneys), bloody pulmonary effusion, agonal breathing and death. Corticosteroids, antibiotics, IV fluids, vitamin C, iron and other medications were tried to no avail.

In September 2015 three kittens were dumped at my door. Ten days later the runt got sick and in less than one hour he presented paresis and dyspnoea. I prepared to have him euthanised but I doubted he would make it to the vet's, it looked like a case of sudden death so common in catteries and shelters. In desperation, I thought I'd give him some fluids and electrolytes in case the diarrhoea had caused him to be severely dehydrated. As an afterthought, I crushed all the supplements that I had bought for my cats and mixed them with the Pedialyte.

The kitten survived, and the other two kittens of the same litter also survived. All three had several relapses from September till December, but they pulled through.

Another cat with ascites and jaundice was treated with antibiotics and IV fluids by my vet, but the following day he was dysphagic and noticeably thinner. When he started breathing rapidly and laboriously, I gave him the treatment that I used with the kitten, and again within five minutes he was breathing normally and fell asleep. The next morning he was eating and behaving quite normally.

One two year old cat had a relapse after she had a small fight with another cat, so it seems that stress is causing a release of cortisol that is destroying the cats’ defences. This cat also got sick very quickly and was inappetent only 30 minutes after the fight. I gave her triple the normal dose and she fell asleep for five hours.

In total, more than 20 cats have been sick and survived after being treated, so the virus is highly virulent and infects all cats in only a few days. For some reason none of my cats has been able to mount an adequate cell-mediated immune response, so it's possible that this is a mutant that is evading the cat's immune system, or that there is a genetic proclivity in local cats. As a result, the cats are not clearing the virus after the initial acute phase and the infection has become chronic.

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The baffling thing is that the treatment works in only a few minutes, even in critical cases. This had me stumped for almost a year until I thought that if it happened every time, there must be an explanation: if there was not time for the supplements to reach the stomach, then they must be absorbed before the stomach. After reading up on transbuccal absorption I was convinced that this must be the explanation that I was looking for. In essence, it seems that some molecules are able to squeeze through the buccal mucosa and enter the bloodstream almost instantly. This doesn’t seem to work with complex or hydrophobic molecules, but apparently it is the mechanism behind transdermal gels, sublingual lozenges and nicotine patches.

One part of the puzzle seems to be solved. Now I need to find out how an inexpensive supplement can kill a virus with a higher mortality rate than FIP or FeLV. Well, I don’t think it is actually killing the virus, but I have a few theories.

Initially, I thought that the treatment was activating the mechanisms of hematopoiesis or boosting thymic activity. This would be great because it would mean that other infections could also be treated this way.

My second theory was that it somehow triggers a chemical cascade that is key in the neutralisation of this particular virus. I still had the feeling that these processes would take significantly more than five minutes.

It’s also possible that one or more components of the treatment is binding to the viral capsid —or to the plasma membrane perhaps— so that the virus is unable to infect the cells or evade the complement activated lysis mechanisms. I would very much like to know if a substance can attach to the plasma membrane so that the virus is no longer attracted to the susceptible cell, or is unable to bind to the membrane receptors. This could perhaps be achieved by changing the electrical charge of the membrane, or its chemical structure.

Then a vet told me that if the treatment was working so quickly, the cause must be a nutrient deficiency. This is not possible because neonates were getting high fever and diarrhoea about ten days after being in contact with my other cats, and they were of course still on kitten formula. An exotoxin is also highly unlikely for the same reason: the kittens didn’t have access to any toxic plants or animals.

But this got me thinking about something else. Perhaps there was a nutrient deficiency, but it was the virus —or, indirectly, the immune system— that was causing it. So this is my fourth theory: it’s possible that if there is a viral overload some micronutrients are being depleted, either by the virus when it replicates in the cat’s cells, or by the lymphocytes that are using up these micronutrients as fuel for physiological processes. If the virus is replicating a millionfold, then immunocytes also need to work a million times harder and need a commensurable amount of fuel. If there is a nutrient depletion the whole immune system stalls and the virus is able to go on infecting other cells.

I would like to send details of the treatment to shelters who deal with viral infections on a daily basis, so please feel free to give my email address or Facebook page to rescuers/clinics who would be interested in testing this.


http://joshpmck.wixsite.com/fiptreatmentcats/how-the-treatment-works

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Colloidal metals
by: Pilar

Colloidal silver kills the beneficial gut microorganisms that manufacture essential nutrients for the immune system. Heavy metals are identified as toxins by the cat's body and neutralized, which takes much-needed resources away from fighting the virus.

You need to give the vitamins either orally or subcutaneously throughout the day, each cat is different.

I also want to say that I don't sell anything. A person begged me to send her injectable vitamins to Canada and she never paid me for them.

Please read the comments on Facebook and the website, all the information is there.

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Fip
by: Anonymous

We purchased 2 Scottish Fold sister kittens from a breeder in Russia. Based on all the research we did prior and speaking with the breeder / live videos of our two girls, it seemed like a good fit. She was very nice and her cats had competed in cat shows, etc. We got our 2 girls a week or so later and they were beautiful and seemed healthy. About a few weeks after receiving them, Mila (the silver fold) had a fever. Over the next few months, we noticed she lost a lot of weight and she also had a cold which wouldn't heal. She seemed lethargic, stomach got big, etc. I've had cats my entire life and I have never heard of or experienced FIP. We took her to the vet 3 times and paid about $2,000 just to be told she was dying and had a week or so tops to live. We decided that night to have her euthanized and we didn't want her to suffer. She seemed so weak. My baby girl. That happened 3 weeks ago. Last week I noticed her sister, Keira, as she has lost weight recently and she's now a lot thinner. She's also not as active and she isn't eating much... she was super energetic and she had a huge appetite. She was always eating and if you had food, she'd be right by you meowing for you to share. She isn't doing that anymore. I am terrified she has it too. At this point, I refuse to waste more money at the Vet just for them to charge me $500 every time I go in there. They gave us antibiotics for Mila twice... ANTIBIOTICS. At this point, I feel we have nothing to lose so I'm going to try whatever it takes to save Keira. I just purchased the vitamins you recommend from Costco's website online. I also purchased high calorie gel for cats which is supposed to help her gain weight. I purchased colodal silver as I read that has helped. I'm switching her diet from dry food over to wet to help with digestion and masking the vitamins. Should I be giving her 3 pills a day crushed up? I need a little bit more detail here on how much to give her. I don't quite understand your vitamin chart with the 7s and 3s... I bought 1000 mg vitamins. How many per day?

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How do you order?
by: Joni

Why is there no place to order?

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help!
by: Christina

Just took our cat home, the vet’s only offer was to euthanize. He thinks it’s FIP (wet), she is having trouble breathing and has dilated pupils. But it was so fast... just sudden. She was fine all morning, all yesterday... Anyway I gave some vit C and B6, all I had on hand... I only got a small dose in, she really hated it. Do I keep giving it by oral syringe or what?

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Please I am looking for the appropriate dosage of the vitamins
by: Cherise

Hi I am a carer for a shelter in the Riverland and I have had 1 death of a beautiful little boy kitten from FIP and another one is going down hill..desperate for the appropriate dosage amount.. Thankyou

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My 10 month old cat diagnosed with dry FIP or a form of FIP
by: Maria Gardner

I am interested in the product that you have for FIP I am currently treating bear bear with P I also he's on vitamins he's on moducare and I have also ordered him power probiotics and waiting for those to be delivered I give him distilled water as well and he is on a wellness diet. Anything that you have that you think that can help and save his life I would like to know about it. And I am interested in purchasing them as well. My number is 954-205-5437 let me know where to go from here. Maria Gardner

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Contacts
by: Julia

Hi Pilar, how can I contact you?

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my cat
by: Annie

Hi,
My dear cat got diagnosed with FIP as well.. I will buy the vitamins today. Can a cat be completely cured with it based on your experience? My cat just doesn't eat/play anymore, but they say he has water in stomach and lymphs show that he has this disease and the blood tests show it as well..He threw up couple of weeks ago, but not anymore (maybe because he doesn't eat anymore) How can you get the medicine down his throat? Do you think I need a high dose of it? My doctor says that there is nothing they can do and I should think about putting him to sleep.. I asked if he has pain and they say no, but he feels sick all the time. Why should I put him to sleep then earlier..when there is a chance maybe..Thank you so much!

annnikaois@gmail.com

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Please help my Daughter’s cats
by: Anonymous

My daughter has already lost 2 of her 4 cats to FIP. We need help saving the other two. What do I need to get and do? Please help before it’s too late. The vet has said there’s nothing we can do.

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FIP medicine
by: Anonymous

Can I get the medicine details for FIP. My cat recently got this.

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How much is enough???
by: Anonymous

Currently on day 2 started yesterday afternoon have administered 4 doses in 20 hrs how much more I'm giving it orally....thank you🙏

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Vitamins
by: Pilar

Hello Maritsa,
You can give this to all the new cats that you rescue, it is especially effective mixed with subcutaneous fluids.
Very sick cats need very high doses, it's no good giving them one or two human doses. http://joshpmck.wixsite.com/fiptreatmentcats/contact

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FIP kitten
by: Anonymous

Hi I'm from a rescue shelter in Sydney Australia community cat carers, I have a kitten diagnosed yesterday with FIP. I have lost two others over the years...I would hate to see this angel
go down that path. In desperation I started searching for alternatives as vets have given him no hope...can you please let me know the quantities of your remedy he is too precious to not try every option...
many thank you's in advance🙏🙏🙏🐾
Maritsa
Community cat carers

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Contact Info
by: Amanda

Hi there! I have a few questions about this use for FIP. Is it curative? And do you have a place I can contact you?

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I need the vitamin recipe
by: Penny Stargel

Please I need the recipe as soon as possible. I bought the vitamin but I do not know how much to give my kitten. She was diagnosed Friday with wet FIP and needs immediate treatment. Please help.

She is crying and I need exact amount for vitamin D and vitamin C and vitamin B12.

Thanks
Penny Staragel

pstargel@yahoo.com

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SubQ vitamins
by: Pilar

I'm now giving the vitamins subcutaneously as some of my cats were not responding to the pills.

I've explained how to do it here: http://joshpmck.wixsite.com/fiptreatmentcats/contact

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Please get in touch with me
by: Pilar

To the person who wrote the comment just below this one:

Would you mind writing to me either through my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/Cats-FIP-Treatment-201356893634672/?ref=bookmarks

or by email: joshpmck at gmail dot com

I need to get the message across to cat owners and shelters so that more people learn how to prevent FIP and other diseases.

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It works!
by: Anonymous

We have been using this treatment on our 7 month old kitten who was suspected of having FIP and it has been working extremely well. He went from being barley able to move or be touched to starting to play and showing very little signs of pain. As like with humans, viruses are extremely complex and there is no cure except for allowing the bodies immune system to thrive and be allowed to counter the virus. Thank you so much for your recommendations and the website. People who care need to be more aware of this!

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Vitamins
by: PIlar

This is what I've been using for about two years, in very high doses when the cat is very ill, then you reduce the amounts gradually.
http://joshpmck.wixsite.com/fiptreatmentcats/contact


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My kitten is positive for coronavirus
by: Anonymous

Hello, I've had my kitten for about two months now and since I got her she has had on and off diarrhea. I tested her for giardia and coccidia and for parasites. She was tested positive for a bacteria and was on a two week antibiotics treatment. Her course ended but she still has diarrhea. Her tests came back negative for any parasites and bacteria so I asked for a blood test and it came out positive for corona-virus/fip. She has no clinics symptoms other than diarrhea. The vets gave her another course of antibiotics and a probiotic. Her stool looks a little better today but what can I give her to help fight this or strengthen her immune system. Her diarrhea is so bad she drips when she walks. Please help me. She weighs 2.2 kg and is almost 5 months old. She means everything to me and I don't want her symptoms to worsen

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How did you come up with the correct dosage?
by: Anonymous

Hi, I'm worried that my kittens might have fip. I read your combination of vitamins that you used on your web page link. I was just wondering how you reasoned to use the dosage that you used. I researched the effects of the vitamins that you used on cats and an excess of vitamin D for example is supposed to be toxic to cats, however cats that have been sick and survived have mysteriously had an excess of vitamin D in their blood. Did you know about this or did you come up with the vitamin dosage yourself and with what reasoning? Please let me know because if this really works I would like to try it. Thanks.

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FIP
by: Anonymous

I have copied the list of vitamins below.

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FIP
by: Pilar Duenas

Hello, I'm sorry I didn't see this. Please buy this as soon as possible and contact me for details:
Vitamin B complex with the 8 essential vitamins.
Vitamin C
Vitamin D3

joshpmck at gmail dot com

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Supplements
by: Anonymous

Hi, I was just wondering which set up supplements you used for your treatment?

Thanks!

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need your formula for kitten with FIP
by: Susan

I cannot get into your website. My son has a kitten just diagnosed with FIP. I want to forward your information to him but it will not be helpful to him if we are unable to contact you or get your formula. Hoping for a miracle, please reply asap.

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