A healthy pet is a happy pet!
Feelgood Pets FeliSafe is a safe natural remedy, containing 100% natural ingredients. This remedy addresses feline health as well as provides support to the immune system. It is completely safe for all cats, including kittens and pregnant queens, with no risk to the unborn kittens.Give to your cat to quickly address acute symptoms of infection. It may also be very helpful in systemic and also immune system support for the future.Â
FeliSafe contains a proprietary blend of the vaccines. 4 of the most common feline viral infections in homeopathic potency – FHV-1, FCV, FPV and Chlamydia psi. In addition, it contains homeopathic ingredients for symptomatic relief.
- Soothes and promotes healing of the gastrointestinal tract
- Helps with watering eyes, coughing as well as sneezing
- Supports healthy levels of iron in the blood
- Discourages nauseaÂ as well as diarrhea
- Helps to clear mouth ulcers
- Contains a proprietary homeopathic blend of the vaccines of four main viral infections in cats:Â FHV-1, FCV, FPV, Chlamydia psi
- Supports your cat’s immune system when viral compromise is suspected
- Provides a safe alternative to conventional vaccines for kittens and pregnant queens
- Feelgood remedies areÂ animal-cruelty free and not tested on animalsÂ
- Made in SA
- Felivac 4 (30C),Â Arsen alb. (6C),Â Ferrum met (30C),Â Phosphorus (30C),Â Borax (30C),Â Pulsatilla (30C),Â Sucrose (inactive ingredient)
How do I use:Â
Tiny granules that are are easy to administer to cats of all sizes and personalities.Â Sprinkle on the back of the tongue and left to dissolve. Alternatively, you can mix the dose in some wet food.Â Â
Prevention:Â Sprinkle one pinch on the tongue once a day for three days, beginning at 12 weeks and repeating annually or when your cat has been exposed to possible infection. When there is risk of infection, FeliSafe may be administered to kittens younger than 12 weeks – this remedy is safe even for newborn kittens and pregnant queens.
Acute:Â Sprinkle one pinch on the tongue every hour or until symptoms subside.
Caution:Â Please consult your veterinarian should symptoms persist. While some viral infections lend themselves to home treatment, others, e.g. Panleukopenia (also called Feline Distemper, Feline Infectious Enteritis and Feline Parvovirus), should ideally be monitored by your vet.
This medicine is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.