This giveaway is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health

Since cats are so good at hiding pain, it can be difficult for even the most dedicated cat parent to recognize. By the time pain become obvious, chronic pain may have already had 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.

Proven science with positive results

A two-year double blind clinical trial on dogs recovering from spinal surgery at NC State College of Veterinary Medicine showed that the Loop not only reduces pain, but also helps the injured nerve tissue recover faster. This enables the pet to return more quickly to normal function.”

Assisi Loop Success Stories

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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, July 23. 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.

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38 Comments on Giveaway: Enter to Win an Assisi Loop

  1. We recently adopted an older gentleman who has been outside for at least 9 years. We suspect he has kidney issues and his back legs are very unsteady but we won’t know the state of his health until his vet appt. next week. So while we don’t yet know the extent his issues, he’d be the most likely recipient of the Loop. We also have an 11.5 yo w/ arthritis in her back legs so she’d get some Loop time too.

  2. My old boy Tazz is the sweetest cat. He wants to take care of all the other cats and dogs. He is gentle and kind and cannot stand to hear an animal meowing or whining in need. Like when I recently rescued a 2 week old feral kitten. The kitten would cry because he couldn’t get the hang of the bottle at first. Tazz would come over and rub his face on the kitten and lick his tiny head. But Tazz is starting to walk a little stiffer and he doesn’t move as fast as before. I know that the Assisi loop would help him feel more like the young cat he used to be. Thank you for the opportunity to win this for Tazz.

  3. I would love to try this on my cat, George. He is almost 19 years old and has arthritis and kidney issues.

  4. My 13 year old Bella has joint problems that will not allow her to come downstairs with the rest of the family very often. We normally carry her down but even that is uncomfortable for her. We spend as much time with her as we can but there is little more we can do financially to help her more. I would love to be able to afford a loop to help her but am unable to. This would be a godsend!

  5. Our 20+ Abbey Rose’s kidneys would certainly benefit from this loop as would 8 year old Sebastian who sometimes has digestive issues and is prone to idiopathic cystitis even on a very wet food diet. The babes would love this loop.

  6. I would use it for my rescue cat that has really bad arthritis. I used to have one for a dog of mine and it helped a lot.

  7. Mylo is my male Tabby that I have had since he was 3 weeks old. He was rescued from a feral litter in 2012. We are very close and I know all his behaviors so when he began running and suddenly stopping to bite himself I contacted my vet. Without x-rays the vet believes he may have arthritis and is biting where he feels pain. I have tried giving him joint supplements in his food but he then won’t eat the food and he hates it when I force him to swallow a pill. I would love to try the Loop to see if this will help him. Thank you.

  8. This would be for my cat Sam (age 11). He’s been sick for almost 4 months, and finally, two days ago I received an email from our new vet with some findings. He has all kinds of medical issues, and is in a lot of pain. I feel terrible because I hadn’t been aware that he was in pain all this time… I just knew what I could see; namely, that he was vomiting all the time. Sam could benefit so greatly from this, and I would love try using it with him as a supplement to all of the medications that he has to start taking tomorrow.

  9. I have two cats who would benefit from this. Minnie is a very small frame former feral who is now sweet 16 and getting stiff. Spyder is 17 and when he was adopted got the name spider because besides being the color of spider webs could also jump unusually high. He no longer jumps. I would love to try it on both of these seniors to improve the quality of their lives.

  10. My Lowenstein is 13 years old now and my vet supports my preference to try natural treatments before using medicine.

  11. I have had Assisi Animal Health members on my radio program and have heard so many success stories about the “Loop”. Hoping it can help my arthritic and diabetic 16 year old boy!

  12. I have two senior cats who both have arthritis and IBD/pancreatitis. I would love to win the Assisi Loop for them!

  13. I would use it on Chester someone dumped him out in woods by me and he limbs but vet says there is nothing on xrays so she is thinking arthritis maybe from a previous injury. I think this would help him.

    • I would use the Assisi Loop to help my 2 senior kitties, Binx & Peanut, with their arthritis; and my 7 yr old Mouse, who has mega-colon. I don’t know if it will help her, but it’s worth a try I guess.

  14. My Midnight would really benefit from this. He had a femur break before I adopted him and still limps some.

  15. I am a 7-year-old Tabico kitty born with Radial Hypoplasia. My right front leg was amputated. My left front leg has foreleg micromelia. My Mom says she’s noticed that I get tired more quickly. (Well, I’m no longer a kitten, after all!) And she says that I get grumpy after playing. Can you believe that? (Just because I want my sisters to leave me alone, so I can catch my breath!) Doctor says that, because of my cute downward sloping stance, I am getting Arthur-itis. What’s that? I don’t know anyone name “Arthur”. [Correction from Mom: arthritis.] Anyway, Mom says that the Assisi Loop would help me feel better. Anything (well, almost anything — except getting my clips clipped) to make Mom happy.

    • Alfredo came to me with front paws that had been subjected to declawing (amputation).
      Because of this, his body is Always out of alignment.
      With no options available to repair the damage, both physical and psychological, perhaps this would ease the chronic pain.
      I’d also like to share the healing with the cats in my immediate neighborhood, microhood

  16. I am a 7-year-old tabico who was born with Radial Hypoplasia. My right front leg was amputated and my left front leg has micromelia. I get along really well. But Mom says she has noticed that I tire more quickly than I used to. (Well, I’m not a kitten anymore, after all.) And she says I get grumpy after playing! Can you believe that? Just because I want my sisters to leave me alone so I can catch my breath. Doctor says because of my cute little downward sloping stance that I am getting Arthur-itis. What’s that? I don’t know anyone named “Arthur”. [Correction from Mom: arthritis.] Anyway, Mom says this Assisi Loop-thing would help me feel better. Anything (well, almost anything — except having my claws clipped) to make Mom happy.

  17. I’ve read up about the Assisi loop and it sounds like it does great things. I’d love to try it out for my Maine Coon. She turns 10 next month and has been struggling with arthritis. Way too young to be so uncomfortable in my opinion!

  18. My cat Foot has hip dysplasia and cannot jump very high on things at all. He’s only four but chews on his hips a lot. I think this would help him relax and heal. He is the sweetest cat I’ve ever known.

  19. My cats are getting older and I think this would help them not be so stiff. It’s hard to see them age.

  20. I would really like to win this for Gretel. She is a former feral cat who has been with me since 2009. She is a tortie with attitude but she always jumps on the dining bench to sit next to me when I eat. She is having trouble now getting on and off the bench and I suspect she has arthritis. This would be helpful for her.

  21. We have two older kitties with different health conditions. We would love to get an Assisi loop for them. Thank you for the generous giveaway, and good luck to everyone.

  22. I’ve been trying to win one of these for my mam’s 17 year old cat, who suffers from kidney disease.

  23. I’ve been trying to win one of these for my senior cats Gin Gin and Munchie.
    I really wish I could afford one but being on disability, I barely have enough for food after I feed my 5 cats and vet bills!

  24. I would use this on my tuxedo cat, Jack…He is 20 yrs old, and Ive had him since he was 2 months old..I can’t imagine life without him…He seems pretty healthy, but is a kinda a stiff walker, and doesn’t jump like he used to..I’m sure the Assisi Loop would be a great benefit to him..I also have 12 other beautiful cats, that could need it in the future.

  25. i would use it on Tressa, because she has a little limp in the front caused by narrowing and there is no surgery that can fix it. the vet said the assisi loop would help with the pain.

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