Wednesday, 16 January 2013


Paloma is a blue cream Persian named after Picasso's wife. We like to name our cats after artists. 

This lovely little cat is alive and well thanks to an article her family came across in a cat magazine about Polyprenyl Immunostimulant which she showed to her vet and careful dedicated nursing.

"I am posting this success story on behalf of my mother, Marilyn Schmitt. Her beloved cat, Paloma, first got sick with FIP at only 6 months of age. Things were touch and go for a long time, and we didn't think we would have Paloma for very long."

"We got her through those 6+ months by hand feeding her and wrapping her in ice blankets to get her temperature down. She also had a strong will...her sickness was sporadic prior to starting the PI." 
"When Paloma was over a year old, however, she started this treatment, and it has made all the difference in the world. She has been thriving on the medication for 13 months now, and this once listless cat now has ample energy for her repertoire of favorite activities that include playing with any toy that is a ball, playing a variety of games on "her" iPad for as long as the parents will let her, and being brushed, surprisingly enough. She has a new lease on life, and we are very grateful that Paloma had the opportunity to receive this treatment."

"Although she is now thriving, she still begs to be hand fed."
and yes there are interspecies electronic tablet games for cat v. human  free to download from 

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