This giveaway is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health

Cats are masters at hiding pain. By the time a cat guardian recognizes that a cat is in pain, chronic pain may already have a considerable impact on the cat’s quality of life. This can be especially true when it comes to arthritis, a degenerative joint disease that affects as many as 3 in 10 cats. Only 7% of cats with arthritis receive treatment for this often debilitating condition.

While there are conventional pain medications that can help control feline pain, most come with considerable risk and negative side effects. The Assisi Loop provides safe and effective pain relief without adverse effects.

How does the Assisi Loop work?

The Assisi Loop features targeted pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (tPEMF™). This modality was first studied in the 1970s and is FDA-cleared for use in humans. It uses low-level pulses of electromagnetic energy to stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms to help relieve pain and swelling. For a detailed explanation of the technology, please visit the Assisi Animal Health website.

Assisi Animal Health found that this technology works especially well on feline arthritis. It is a non-pharmaceutical, non-invasive treatment. Cats tolerate it much better than many medications. Not only that, but a lot of cats really enjoy receiving Loop treatments. Because the Loop stimulates the body’s own healing process, rather than introducing a new substance (like a medication), even a sensitive cat body can handle it easily.

The Loop’s most famous feline customer


The Loop’s most famous feline customer is Lil BUB, who has a rare condition called osteopetrosis. It causes her bones to become overly brittle and dense, prone to pain and breakage.BUB had already achieved internet stardom when she began to lose mobility and soon was hardly able to walk. Her “dude,” Mike Bridavsky, was worried that she might have to be euthanized. Thankfully, a fan came forward and told Mike about the Loop. He began using the Loop and was shocked by the improvement in BUB. Now, after two years (as of this writing), BUB has gone from being practically immobile to playing, running, jumping, and climbing the stairs with ease.

More Loop success stories


In December, we featured 15-year-old Sox suffering from intestinal lymphoma and pancreatitis. Sox is using the Loop successfully to manage lymphoma symptoms, such as headaches, nausea (from her oral chemotherapy drugs) and pancreatitis flare ups. Click here to read about Sox.


In January, we shared Moe Cubby’s experience. The Loop helped this kitten heal from multiple injuries after he was hit by a car. Click here to read about Moe Cubby.

Enter to win an Assisi Loop for Your Cat

Please note that the Assisi Loop requires a prescription from a veterinarian.
Winner will need to provide a prescription in order to claim their prize.

For up to seven ways to enter, see the Rafflecopter widget below. This giveaway is open to readers in the United States only, and ends Thursday, February 16. Winners will be chosen by random drawing*.

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For more information about how the Loop could help your cat, visit or contact Assisi Animal Health at, 866-830-7342.

*No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. This giveaway is in no way sponsored, endorsed, administered by, or associated with Facebook. By entering this giveaway, you understand that you are providing your information to The Conscious Cat, and not to Facebook. We will never sell, rent or share your information with third parties. Winners will be notified via e-mail. Prize winner must provide The Conscious Cat with a physical address to which the prize will be mailed within 72 hours. If this information is not received, an alternate winner will be chosen by random drawing. Winners will be announced in a separate post following the drawing.

FTC Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health, which means that I was paid to feature this content. Regardless of payment received, you will never see products or services featured on this site that I don’t approve of.

Photo at top of post by Andrea Tasi, VMD, used with permission

75 Comments on Giveaway: Assisi Loop

  1. My rescue kitty Mya is 16 years old and has some arthritis now that stops her from jumping up on the bed etc and also has made her a target for the bully boys-my 3 year old brothers. Mya also has some kidney issues so do not want to give her drugs so this would be perfect to help her keep moving.

  2. I would love to try this out with my Gracie. She’s very old but I don’t know her exact age. She was left behind several years ago when her people moved. She has arthritis, high BP, hyperthyroid & renal failure. But she still loves to cuddle & eats with gusto. It would be great to have something help with all her ailments besides medication.

  3. My 19 year old Greyson has severe DJD in all four of his limbs. This might help him to get around better. I have tried everything and am still trying new methods. This sounds safe. We would love to win it and try it out. Good luck! Purrs

  4. I rescued a 12 year old cat last year. She has hyperthyroidism and arthritis, and was in terrible shape — weighed 6 lbs, was badly infested with fleas, her mouth was a mess — needed a lot of dental treatment (12 teeth were extracted when it got done), her claws were too long and she had a UTI. She was headed for “euthanasia” since no one would adopt her. But she is so-o-o sweet and loving, I couldn’t bear to think of it.
    She weighs 9.5 lbs now and is nice and round in the middle. The fleas and infection are long gone, her mouth feels so much better she’s prepared to bite me when I trim a claw and enjoys chewing on some toys. I’m giving her a couple of supplements for her arthritis and see improvement. But she’s not old yet and is doing so well, I’d like to see her more comfortable.
    Thank you.

  5. My cat Holly is 19 years old! I’ve had her since she was a few weeks old. She had Chronic Kidney Disease as well as significant arthritis. I would love to use the Assisi Loop on her. Thank you for this giveaway

  6. Gypsy is very active once she gets moving, and at almost 20 she still thinks she is a kitten. When she jumps off the bed you know she’s hurting. We have done acupuncture, laser, given her prednisone, gabapentin. The one thing left to continue her activity may be the Assisi Loop

  7. I would like to win the Assisi Loop so that I can donate it to the local animal shelter, where I have volunteered for the last six years. Our shelter is “open intake” and so we have many senior, FIV+ and special needs cats available for adoption, as well as a continuing flow of stray animals that come in with injuries. Our shelter staff works very diligently to recover and improve the lives of animals until they find forever homes. The Assisi Loop would be a valuable tool for helping to save more animals, and that’s a great thing!

  8. My Dempsey has hip malformations and I think the Assisi Loop would improve his life greatly. He hates being pilled so a noninvasive treatment would be so wonderful for him.

  9. I have wanted to try this on my arthritic cat who won’t tolerate supplements or any other treatments since I first saw an article about htis.

  10. My oldest kitty is 15 1/2 years old. I think he has arthritis and I have been debating on how I can help him. Plus he has had pancreatitis in the past. Something like this would be wonderful for him.

  11. My cat is now 11 and while he’ll always be my ‘kitten’ I know that, as he ages, he’s more likely to develop aches and pains (don’t we all?!) so this would be amazing.

  12. I wonder if this would help Lita’s leg? She is now in chronic pain from her torn ligaments in her leg. The vet and I would like her to not have to go on narcotic pain medication (we are going to try Tramadol).

  13. This looks very promising. I have a 7 year old Manx that is starting to slow down, having trouble making jumps she easily made just a year ago, and most troubling is she has suffered from back spasms for two years now. I would love to ease her pain.

  14. I’d like to try this out because I have a couple pets who are beginning to suffer from some arthritis and I’d like to maintain their comfort as long as possible.

  15. Thank you for featuring this! I had no idea such a thing existed and will keep it in mind in case my kitty ever needs it.

  16. My sweet boy has Feline Hyperesthesia, and gets back spasms, ever since I’ve heard about the assisi loop I’ve wondered if it would be worth trying, I’d do anything to help ease his discomfort.

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