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Intestinal Lymphoma In Cats: Symptoms & Natural Treatments





What is Feline Intestinal Lymphoma?

Feline intestinal lymphoma is the most common form of lymphoma in cats. Finding out your kitty has intestinal lymphoma can be devastating but there is hope! Lymphoma occurs when normal lymphocytes (white blood cells essential to the immune system) become cancerous. This type of lymphoma often develops after cats have inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) or irritable bowel syndrome. Most cats with feline intestinal lymphoma are seniors (9-13 years) and have a history of vomiting, diarrhea, IBD, and/or inflammation of the intestinal tract. Life expectancy varies depending upon the type and treatment. A holistic approach using supplements and diet changes can help extend the life expectancy and quality of life for your cat.

Diagnoses of intestinal lymphoma is best made via biopsy. If a mass is present, it can be surgically removed at the time of the biopsy or it can also be aspirated. Intestinal lymphoma may not create a mass but rather a thickened or abnormal appearance of the intestine.


Intestinal Lymphoma In Cats Symptoms

  • Decreased or no appetite
  • Weight loss
  • Vomiting
  • Diarrhea
  • Increased water consumption and urination
  • Lumps on the side of the abdomen
The conventional treatments for feline intestinal lymphoma requires systemic chemotherapy, with or without surgical removal of intestinal lesions. Intestinal lymphomas can be managed with oral chemotherapy drugs and steroids.


Natural Treatments for Intestinal Lymphoma In Cats

T
hese home remedies have been used successfully by our Pet Nutritionist in veterinary hospitals to help pets with feline intestinal lymphoma. Pet Nutritionist Susan Davis has extensive experience helping cats with feline intestinal lymphoma as she offered holistic consultations to cancer patients at a leading veterinary oncology hospital and VCA hospitals in Orange County, CA for over 10 years. Our holistic supplements for feline intestinal lymphoma are recommended by veterinarians nationwide. These supplements can be used in conjunction with the conventional veterinary treatments prescribed by your veterinarian or veterinary oncologist.

Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) Kit - The IBD Kit is essential for cats with intestinal lymphoma as it helps improve digestive symptoms, reduces pain (hunching over, tummy noises) and enhances absorption of nutrients. The IBD Kit is easy to administer and cats experience relief within a few days.

Gastro ULC - An all-natural product consisting of herbal remedies that help to heal the lining of the stomach, reduce inflammation in the mucuosal lining of the GI Tract and enhance the natural digestive process.

CW Hemp Extract - 100% organic. Made in the USA. A few drops of this anti-inflammatory oil can help reduce inflammation and support a healthy immune system.

Lypozyme -
Lypozyme is a gentle, easy to administer digestive enzymes formula that helps with the digestion of protein, fats, and carbohydrates. Gentle enough for a tiny pet.

OxiCell SE for Pets - A one-of-a-kind cream that delivers critical antioxidants into the body helping fight free radical damage and inflammation. It is a safe, easy to use product for cats.

Immune Harmony - Unique patented plant sterol formula---tolerated well by even the smallest pets. This product is helpful for all immune conditions and can be used in conjunction with chemotherapy and/or prednisone. Rather than overstimulating your pet's immune system, this wonderful product helps the body to rebalance immune function.

Colostrum For Pets can help repair the intestinal lining and strengthen your cat's immune system to fight the cancer.



Diet for Cats With Intestinal Lymphoma


In addition to conventional cancer treatments, it is very important to change the diet of these to cats to an anti-inflammatory, low-allergen diet.
Changing your cat's diet can help your cat feel better. Grains and poultry can contribute to long-term inflammation (please see food allergy articles). Cats with intestinal lymphoma are often treated with chemotherapy along with diet changes and natural supplements.


Why Use Ask Ariel Supplements To Help Your Pet With Feline Intestinal Lymphoma?

Many pet owners have seen the benefits of using supplements on their own health and now want the same for their pets. Our premium, natural pet supplements have been used successfully in veterinary hospitals since 2005. Ask Ariel's remedies are selected based on quality, scientific research and proven results. A holistic approach with supplements and diet changes (FREE diet tips on the packing slip with your order) can give your pet much needed support immune support. Many veterinarians have seen the proven results of our products with their patients which is why Ask Ariel pet supplements are veterinary recommended nationwide.



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