IMULAN Treatment Aid for Leukemia (Felv) & Feline AIDS (FIV)

www.imulan.com (print for your vet to help get your cat treatment quicker) Two of my cats are Positive for these viruses. They started the new cutting edge natural treatment called LTCI by IMULAN. My cats simply get the natural injection under the skin every so often and get blood tests once in a while to keep an eye on their progress. So far so good! Some cats treated in the study had new blood tests done and they turned negative. I will defintely update if my cats are blessed with negative results. I put this on you tube for many people and even vets have no idea that this treatment is available. It is approved in the US. If your cat is positive, you might want to consider LTCI.




25 Responses to “IMULAN Treatment Aid for Leukemia (Felv) & Feline AIDS (FIV)”

  1. sweetvegan74 says:

    @Laura8687

    But it never hurts to use this to prevent him from getting ill. He is young so will either turn negative or stay positive. Kittens with Felv usually do not fair well and this booster is worth a shot in my opinion. Also Transfer Factor Plus is great immune booster. Trust me… been working in rescue for 15 years.

  2. Laura8687 says:

    My kitten was diagnosed with feline leukemia at 8 weeks old. He is not showing any signs of the virus and is perfectly healthy. My vet said that there is not a scientifically proven treatment for FeLv available in the US. He said that there is an experimental treatment available in Europe but that it is astronomically expensive and has not been proven effective. I am treating my kitten by keeping him indoors, giving him organic food, and lots of love.

  3. Laura8687 says:

    @nnmk001 This is not true. My kitten is 100% indoor but got Felv from his mother.

  4. sweetvegan74 says:

    @jjai471

    I know, I use it all the time

  5. jjai471 says:

    Cat diagnosed with feline leukemia had been confined to the laundry room, barely able to eat or drink or get to his litter box. Within 10 days of taking Transfer Factor Plus(am and pm, 3-4 a day),he was able to get up and walk. After 3 weeks, he was meowing at the door wanting to be outside.Now its been about 1.5 months and he’s well.Transfer Factor Plus continued to be given at 1-2 a day as a preventative. Non-toxic.Holistic vets use it to cure feline leukemia. Don’t need a vet 2 get it.

  6. sweetvegan74 says:

    @Celestia424

    Chillax this yard is cat fenced, they cannot go outside to other cats. They were never out long periods of time. They have lived a better quality then more neg cats. I have been caring for cats for over 15 years so no worries

  7. Celestia424 says:

    One thing though.. it looks like some of those shots of your cats are outside. Please don’t let your FeLV positive kitty go outside because he could easily pass the disease to uninfected cats. Also, if he were to catch something as simple as a cold from another cat it could become deadly because of his compromised immune system. FeLV+ cats need to be kept away from non FeLV+ cats!

  8. sweetvegan74 says:

    @TAMYCRON

    You have to ask your vet to write you a rx and the vet gives it to her

  9. TAMYCRON says:

    How does your cat get this?

  10. supasek says:

    I am a Vet at Thailand and do about Immunotherapy…I use LTCI in many cases (both dog and cat) and very impression.

    Supasek Sarachiit

  11. supasek says:

    I am a Vet at Thailand and do about Immunotherapy…I use LTCI in many cases (both dog and cat) and very impression.

    Supasek Sarachiit

  12. MsSerenity1227 says:

    Thank You ..Thank You for this awesome information.. I will print the info and give it to my vet…

  13. cygnusne says:

    @cygnusne
    Actually the nake of the drug is LTCI. Imulan is the lab if I am not mistaken.

  14. cygnusne says:

    @summerbrezz74
    I sure am happy !! :-) ) This is a wonderful treatment.
    Also consider the fact that Imulan has no side effects.

  15. summerbrezz74 says:

    @cygnusne

    That’s an amazing and a miracle!

  16. cygnusne says:

    My cat was dying when she received the first shot of Imulan.
    Four days later she had no fever and started to show signs of improvement, ate better and started playing a bit. Two months later she was almost perfect. Now she is a good as new. All this is just a few months time… I recommend this product wholeheartedly.

  17. sweetvegan74 says:

    FOR EVERYONE INTERESTED IN THIS TREATMENT, PLEASE CHECK OUT THE WEBSITE AND ASK YOUR VET TO ORDER IT. THE PRICE VARIES WITH VETS. I PAY ABOUT 75.00 AN INJECTION. AS FAR AS I KNOW IT IS ONLY AVAILABLE IN THE USA. YOU WOULD HAVE TO ASK IMULAN IF THEY ARE GOING OVER SEAS WITH THE TREATMENT

  18. sweetvegan74 says:

    @maannj
    My cats have not turn negative. But a few cats in studies did. So it depends on each kitty

  19. maannj says:

    Do your cats turn negative now ? My cat is FIV+ and I’m considering this treatment, she’s 6 months old and in the first stage. How much does it cost to use this treatment, I appreciate your help. Thanks!

  20. power5952 says:

    @sweetvegan74 Np and Lol!

  21. sweetvegan74 says:

    @power5952

    Wow I am so glad this vid is helping other kitties. Maybe Imulan should give me a discount on Tony’s LTCI! LOL

  22. power5952 says:

    Because of this video My cats perfectly Fine and healthy :D ! Thanks so much And nice cats

  23. power5952 says:

    @sweetvegan74 Ahhs thanks

  24. sweetvegan74 says:

    @power5952

    @power5952
    If your cat does not get the shot her lifespan is usually about 3 years once confirmed positive. Some cats live longer with given the right food and prompt vet care. I recommend the LTCI cause it does help most of them. And no people can not catch the virus, it only affects very young, old or unvaccinated cats

  25. power5952 says:

    What if i dont give my cat the shot?My parents dont even want to give my Cat the shot?!Well its a Healthy Cat it was Brought to the vet To be De-Clawed And spaded They said she was very healthy Does that mean i well not get it?Shes only one year old


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