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Doing More For Feline Kidney Disease

Friday, May 8, 2020
posted by Jim Murphy

We always try to go above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to our pets. We’ve been following the progress of our cat Atlantis who was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism and kidney disease. After receiving medication to control his hyperthyroidism, his kidney returned to a high normal range. I realized that kidney function declines with age and Atlantis is already 15. I decided to add one more product to his daily regimen, Astro’s Oil.  So what is Astro’s Oil?

Here’s the official description of this product.

Astro’s CRF Oil is a unique formula created from pharmaceutical grade fish oil with a very high concentration of EPA  (eicosapentaenoic  acid) and DHA(docosahexaenoic acid) which has been deodorized and micro filtered to remove any heavy metals, vitamin E, which also helps keep the fish oil from oxidizing, and a highly bio-available  liquid form of ubiquinone (a higher percentage can be utilized by the body), in concentrations and ratios that are optimal for the treatment of chronic renal failure. This product is totally natural and has no side effects. Administered according to instructions, Astro’s CRF Oil will begin to have noticeable effects within the first 2-4 weeks in most CRF pets. It is also a great supplement for healthy pets as it helps protect against many inflammatory diseases. It will give your pet a beautiful coat and will actually stop shedding and skin irritations. It is also recommended for the healthy and precocious mental development  (and according to some studies) trainability of puppies and kittens. Kittens in particular will benefit as studies have determined that kittens are in a  constant state of DHA deficit.
So  does it work? The answer is yes it does and in a big way. I first used this product on my cat Molly who had advanced Kidney disease. About two weeks after giving it to her, I noticed that she became more active and more attentive. Her vomiting began to decline and she even started to gain some weight. I was so thrilled since even though Molly was on various kinds of medications prescribed by the Vet, I had not seen this kind of improvement since her diagnosis.  So how is it working for Atlantis? We will continue on this journey. Stay tuned for more.
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