Feline Infectious Peritonitis in homeopathic potency for your cat. 30C midrange potency. Economy 1 oz bottle of 800 pellets. Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is caused by a virus. Kittens and old cats over 14 years are the most susceptible.
The FIP virus (FIPV) is very similar to the virus that causes a transient, usually mild, self-limiting diarrhea (Feline Enteric, FECV). Evidence is that FECV actually mutates to FIPV in individual cats.
Approximately 2 weeks ago, when I received my order for the FIP Feline Infectious Peritonitis 30C, my cat looked just like the worst case pictures of cats with swollen abdomens that have that disease. About four days ago, I thought, hmmmm… is that my imagination, or does her abdomen look a little smaller? 3 days ago, I managed to pet her and softly touch her abdomen (she's still very feral in nature), and I thought, it's not as hard as a rock anymore! Two days ago, her abdomen was obviously half the size it was when I began giving her the pellets, and now she is almost back to normal!
Very thankful, and please feel free to use my testimonial.
FIP Feline Infectious Peritonitis in 30C potency 1 oz bottle of pellets with 265 doses, sucrose/cornstarch base.
Suggested dose is 3 pellets at one time placed on top of moist food.
Repeat 3 times daily.