Kitty-DT Testimonials/Reviews ~ Page 2
I wanted to let you know that after nearly 3 weeks of using Kitty Distempaid (now known as Kitty-DT), Vibactra Plus, New Zealand Colostrum, the tea, sub cue fluids, etc. All 10 of my remaining cats are in good health. I want to thank you very much for the all the help with the tea recipe and suggestions you gave both Julie in Goldendale and then me. At the beginning of the disease and throughout the first almost week I didn't know what disease I was dealing with until the vet made the diagnosis just before the second one died. Once I knew it was distemper and I contacted Julie in Goldendale, she contacted you and that is where my most help came from throughout this nightmare. It is finally over. I am not the same person today that I was a few weeks ago. This devastating disease has changed my life. I have learned so much and grown to appreciate even more. Thank you again for your help.
I just wanted you to know that it was your website that informed me about the KD and VP and the New Zealand Colostrum. Also, two of the places I went to first didn't have it but the place you have listed on Vashon Island was a God send. She even sent a man over on the Ferry to meet us with the meds to save us time so we could hurry back to our dying babies. Thank you for the help you didn't know you gave to this heartbroken but hopeful family.
My kitten (Fiona) is doing MUCH better though. I did take her to a vet initially (because she was basically paralyzed from the head down and I was so frightened I was going to lose her) and he did give her some meds with Pet Tinic (vitamin/mineral supplement) so I did give that to her until your package arrived. The problem was that I guess I didn't trust the vet's diagnosis, nor did I really trust the medication, which was "Interferon." I researched it before administering it to her, but I wasn't thrilled with what I'd read on it, and since I'm a perfect idiot and never remember to check my email, I didn't see the tea recipe until just now!
The reason I didn't trust the vet is because a) he was new, and taken on a recommendation, when I was no longer happy with my old vet, b) he really seemed to be guessing about her condition, and c) he was adverse to anything other than his own medications (he basically got offended when I mentioned alternative meds) but wouldn't give me an antibiotic for her. Her situation seemed really grave with her completely immobilized except for her head, and her low white blood cell count, but she exhibited almost no other symptoms of distemper! No diarrhea, no vomiting, no fever (she did have a slight under-temperature for a few hours, but once warmed up, she remained right around 100.5 from then on) and never lost her appetite completely, but he wouldn't consider any other possibilities. My concern was that if it wasn't distemper, and was something that required an antibiotic, she would lose out.
I've been going back and forth for several years, ever since my best kitty friend died from a kidney tumor, on traditional vets and alternative, natural medicine and care, and this, for me, is the last straw. Once I started administering your natural meds to my kitten there was an almost immediate positive response, and she's continued to improved every day. She now has full control of her arms and much more control of her hind legs; when she walks, she kind of looks like a bunny with big floppy feet. I'm so glad I found your website and ordered the products I did, because, as I said before, I was never wholly convinced it was distemper, but your products )(including the Vibactra) covered a ranged of possibilities, and thus, she continues to improve. I will look first for all natural meds from Wolf Creek from now on, as well as for preventative measures. Thanks again for your help.
I just wanted to genuinely thank you for your positive website. I took my new little kitten, Lily, to the vet to find she had distemper. I brought her home with an antibiotic and no real knowledge about the virus. I looked on-line only to be horrified by all the symptoms to come, and dreary outlook for Lily. One website boasted a 100% fatality rate among kittens. Some were less harsh, but only by 10-20%. None but yours offered advice to help nurse kittens back to health. I am a little embarrassed admitting this, but I just kept coming back to your website several times daily for encouragement and a little hope that she could pull through.
Lily survived! She is playful and loving. I appreciate your enthusiastic outlook and practical advice. It was immensely beneficial to Lily's recovery.
A million thanks!