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by Suzie Cyrenne March 10, 2023 4 min read
Cancer in cats is a serious disease that can get in the picture the least you expect it. And if we’re being honest, there is still a very slim chance that your feline family member could be prone to this health problem.
One of the factors speculated to trigger cat cancer is diet. Is there really truth to this? Make sure you read on because I’m going to walk you through the veracity of this claim in just a few moments.
Although there is still no particular cause pinpointed to set off cat cancer, there are key strategies established to help your feline family member keep clear from this serious health issue.
These are as follows:
If you’d like to check out a more detailed blog post about these simple tips to prevent feline cancer, please click here.
The short answer is it’s still unknown.
But here’s the thing: there are a few diet-related elements theorized to possibly have a connection with the development of feline cancer. How about we have a run through on what these are for the next part of our discussion?
You may be surprised with what you're going to find out, too.
The following are the elements associated with diet that are deemed as having a potential connection with the development of cancer in cats:
According to a study published in the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI), obesity is not just considered as a major animal welfare problem in itself, but also “associated with an increased prevalence of certain types of cancer,” not to mention a shortened life span.
At its simplest, obesity takes place when a cat regularly has a lot of food intake with very little or no movement at all. Besides the risk of cancer, obese felines are also quite vulnerable to high blood pressure as well as diseases affecting the heart and gallbladder.
(Here are 6 simple ways to give your indoor cat a workout to help you start a feline exercise regimen.)
While there is nothing wrong with giving your feline family member a treat once in a while, doing it on a regular basis is already a different story. Allowing your pet to overload on sweet treats and salty goodies can eventually lead to nutritional imbalances sooner or later.
Apart from making your cat prone to chronic health issues like liver and heart disease, he could also be vulnerable to diabetes, which the NCBI reports as a key factor in the prevalence of pituitary tumors in felines.
(Does your cat have diabetes? Here’s a comprehensive yet easy-to-follow blog post on how to naturally manage diabetes in cats.)
Probiotics is the collective term for good bacteria living in your pet’s body. These good bacteria not just help the immune system deal with bad fungi and microbes, but also improve the way nutrients are absorbed during digestion.
And the more nutrients are absorbed by your cat’s body—this covers carbohydrates, proteins, fats, as well as various vitamins and minerals—the easier it will be for his system to repair damaged cells and stay resilient against diseases.
Interestingly, another study published in the NCBI highlights that the abundance of probiotics in the body may help stave off the development and eventual spread of gastrointestinal cancer cells.
Zumalka’s PROBIOPET is designed to optimize the levels of probiotics in your pet’s system, particularly his gut flora, while also helping enhance his immune response at the same time.
Moreover, PROBIOPET keeps colon function ideal and can also help in cases of constipation, diarrhea, bloating, gas, as well as other gastrointestinal health issues. And with this product’s combination of premium natural ingredients and a gentle holistic approach, your pet won’t be experiencing any side effects while at it.
No specific food has been identified as a cause for cancer in cats until now. However, there are some diet-related elements that could encourage the growth and development of feline cancer cells.
The subject of cat cancer is very diverse and you’ll need the guidance of a pet homeopathy professional to really get around it. Please feel free to contact us so we can help you take your know-how about cancer in cats up a notch, as well as how to properly deal with it using natural means.
HOMEOPATH & CO-FOUNDER OF ZUMALKA
Suzie Cyrenne co-founded Zumalka over five years ago, and has worked in naturopathic pet medicine for more than six. Day-to-day, she works as the lead manager for the Zumalka staff and specializes in training the team to have thorough knowledge of pet health and the company’s extensive line of naturopathic remedies.
Suzie has gained a lot of experience from years spent in the pet health field and she earned her degree in Homeopathy at the School of Classical Homeopathy in Quebec, Canada, (a partner of the European Academy of Natural Medicine (AEMN) in France).
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