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This giveaway is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health

Assisi Animal Health fundamentally changed pain management for cats. The Assisi Loop and Loop Lounge offer safe and effective pain control via targeted pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (tPEMF™,) the Loop Lounge™ is the only therapeutic pet bed backed by scientific research.

What is targeted pulsed electromagnetic field therapy?

tPEMF, which was first studied in the 1970s and is FDA-cleared for use in humans, uses low-level pulses of electromagnetic energy to stimulate the body’s own healing mechanisms to help relieve pain and swelling.

Full-body anti-inflammatory treatment

The Loop Lounge Small tPEMF System includes a center therapy pad that measures 10 inches by 14.5 inches, two oblong side therapy pads that measure 10 inches by 2.5 inches each (overall therapy pad dimensions are 10 inches by 19.5 inches), a durable, water-resistant, performance fabric cover custom made by BuddyRest®, a rechargeable Controller Box and a power supply cord. Guaranteed to deliver 6000 treatments. Featuring patented Induct-a-Coil™ technology inside.

The pad covers are easily removed, washable, waterproof, antibacterial and extremely comfortable.

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The only therapeutic pet bed backed by scientific research

A two-year double blind study at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine looked at using the Loop as part of pre-to-post-operative treatment to reduce pain and accelerate recovery in dogs undergoing spinal surgery. The results of this study undeniably show the Loop’s ability not only to reduce pain, but also to help the injured nerve tissue recover faster.

Enter to win an Assisi Loop Lounge
Small tPEMF System

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, October 22. Winners will be chosen by random drawing*.

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For more information about how the Assisi Loop or the Assisi Loop Lounge could help your cat, visit http://www.assisianimalhealth.com or contact Assisi Animal Health at info@assisianimalhealth.com, 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.

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42 Comments on Giveaway: Win an Assisi Loop Lounge

  1. Marcello was born feral 18 years ago. Despite living indoors with me since the age of approximately 8 weeks, I can’t pet him (can hand feed him shrimp though). He clearly has athritis now, I know he’d love this

  2. I would use this with my 3 IBD kitties, who are all dealing with severe symptoms that medication have not fully resolved.

  3. We have 2 cats I believe would benefit. Buddy is an approx. 11 yo former stray we brought in who has renal disease. Meimei is also 11 yo and is having some GI issues that we’re trying to diagnose that’s causing her to lose weight w/ occasional vomiting. I can tell when they’re having not great days and would love to have this on hand to help them feel better.

  4. Actually my cat is 8 years old and very healthy and lively. I would love to win this for my chihuahua, her hip was broken at 8 weeks and she has a limo and takes meloxicam for pain. she is only 4 and full of energy but you can tell it bothers her.

  5. Our oldest cat, Remus, is 14 now and has arthritis in his hips. This would be a blessing to have for him, as he is not a medicine-friendly sort of guy….

  6. I would use this with our oldest who has asthma. I understand it can help with inflammation so I wonder if it might help with that. Thank you for the opportunity to win one.

  7. I will use this lovely loop for our dear 20.5 year old Abbey Rose. She is our furry miracle sharing her love with us for so long and love to be able to support her with this magical loop technology.

  8. During our last visit to the vet with my 2 cats, I found out that one of them has arthritis in her spine. She’s only 11. This explains why she’s not as active anymore. This lounge would be put to great use.

  9. I have 2 seniors but I think who I would use this on the most is Minnie. She is 16 now, and she is really struggling to walk. She oftentimes has to be helped to her box and she certainly can not jump anymore. Supplements are not helping and I hate to see her on injections – she hates them and it is miserable for her. She is such a sweet cat.

  10. I would use the Assisi Loop, on my cat, Jack Ack Ack, as he has arthritis in his back and back legs..It takes him so long to be able to lie down..He has to get himself in just the right position to lower himself..He has lost his two front fangs, but is still a beautiful, perfect, fastidious, Tuxedo..He is sometimes a little grumpy, probably because he hurts…He will be 20 yrs old, in May 2021..I also have 12 other rescue cats and 2 dogs, so I’m sure the Loop, will be useful in the future..Thank you for this opportunity offer..

  11. My old boy Tazz is really old now and I know this would really help him have more of a quality of life. He sleeps a lot and when he gets up, you can tell he’s very stiff. This would be ideal. Plus Jamila and Jack are also getting older and will soon need it, I’m sure. Thank you for the chance to win an Assisi Loop Lounge!

  12. I would use the Assisi Loop Lounge on my Cat. My Cat is a Senior Cat that is a 14 year old Cat and is also a rescue Cat so in my opinion my Cat deserves all kinds of good things. I want to lessen any pain that may be detected and any pain undetected. I feel this could help my Cat a lot.
    Hope I Win.

  13. I would love to win for my Senior kitties that have Arthritis. We have a 2 story house and it’s getting harder for them to climb upstairs. This would be great! =^..^=

  14. I would use this for my 16 year old angel boy, Jerry. He is my perfect feline companion, and he deserves everything good in this world that I can give him!!

  15. My Midnight had a femur break before I adopted him. He has trouble jumping up and his other leg is weak due to overcompensating.

  16. I would use it for our oldest cat Little Fella. He takes thyroid medicine twice a day and he just acts so old.He is 16 years old.

  17. I volunteer at our local shelter and have seen many occasions of cats with serious injuries who would benefit from this type of devise.

  18. My senior rescue orange tabby has arthritis and is diabetic. We have to be careful what goes in his system so a non-invasive treatment like the Assisi Loop is ideal for our cat.

  19. My cats- four!- are all littermates, and getting to the 12 year old age. I can already see some arthritis symptoms in them, and this Lounge woud be a grand thing for them to have!

  20. My cat Mama Gray is an older feral cat that has had a tough life. She is not a lap cat and really wants no part of me but she is content to spend her later years here in the house with my other 5 cats, 3 of which are her sons. As she ages I worry about her and see signs that she has joint issues but she does not allow me to get close to her so I would love this so she can lay on it when she wants and gets some help, she deserves the best I can do for her..

  21. My Buddy was just a small kitten I found hobbling around dragging one leg after finally catching him took him to the vets first had to of course find out what all was wrong and get clean bill of health so he could be around my other cats which he was healthy vet said but had a very bad break in his hind leg. I took him home made him a nice comfy place in the spare bedroom and had to use a cookie sheet for litter pan since he couldnt get in anything else the cast would get caught on the edge. After a couple more vet visits to get cast changed cause he kept growing out of them, he is now part of the family and a big huge 20lb tom cat but he has arthritis in his knee and hip on the side of the broken leg. I put him a heating pad out when it flares up bad and he does love that so figure he would take to this very well.

  22. I would love to have an Assisi Loop for my nine-year-old flame-point Siamese, Rose. She should be so much more active than she is now — the arthritis medicine we give her is just not helping enough. And, of course, I’m sure the loop would be helpful for my 17-year-old Javanese Romulus, and my 15-year-old chocolate point Siamese Belle. Four-year-old Snowshoe Siamese Harrison would be happy for more energetic playmates!

  23. Entering for my sweet boy Foot. He has hip dysplasia and want to treat it before he gets too old. Doesn’t react well to medicines a lot of the time so this sounds perfect.

  24. What a wonderful gift this would be! Ingrid is my 10 year old kitty who has arthritis in her upper and lower extremities. This would be heaven for her!

  25. I would love to have the Assisi Loop Lounge for my gentle and sweet cat Marco. He is an older cat, almost 13 years old. He has chronic pancreatitis and a cervical spine issue that would truly benefit from the pulsed electromagnetic field therapy. Though Marco is provided pain medication to address the pain issues from these conditions, the Assisi Loop Lounge would be a wonderful addition to help him to be more comfortable and have a better quality of life.

  26. I would like this Assisi Loop Lounge for my sweet cat, Willow. She came to our sliding door 3 years ago, and was hurt and starving. We are not sure of her exact age, but this would be wonderful to win for her.

  27. Miss Pele is showing signs of slowing down and not jumping on things as much as she used to. She spends most of her time sleeping, so I know she doesn’t feel as good as she used to.

  28. My cats are both older. One is 14 and one is 15. Angel is showing a little less activity and sometimes i think she is limping Not often but I think i have caught it. Savannah sleeps more but still sometumes goes in cat romps around the house. It would be nice to have this so they will be comfortable. Thank you. I read every post and love this site

  29. I would love to be entering for my senior girl who’s joint problems are getting very bad. I am however hoping to win for my mom’s mini dachshund mix who injured his back and they are steering towards surgery as the next treatment if he doesn’t heal up with just meds and careful movements.

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