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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. 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.”

Enter to win an Assisi Loop for Your Cat
2 Winners!

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 28. Winners will be chosen by random drawing**.

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For more information about how the Loop could help your cat, visit http://www.assisianimalhealth.com or contact Assisi Animal Health at info@assisianimalhealth.com, 866-830-7342.

*FTC Disclosure: This giveaway and 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.

**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.

Photo via Assisi Animal Health Facebook page, used with permission

56 Comments on Assisi Loop Giveaway – 2 Winners!

  1. I would use the loop for my cat Chubby. She has breathing and congestion issues and while she won’t sit on the lip pad, Chubby is always looking to sit on my lap and that would be when I could give her the loop treatment. The loop and pad are amazing and really work. Two of my cats have benefitted from treatments already.

  2. If I won, the Assisi Loop would be used by 3 cats. An 11-year old with pancreatitis and the beginning of arthritis, a ~7-year old with kidney problems, a 2-year old with a heart murmur. Thank you for creating this giveaway!

  3. I have a 9-year-old cat with IVDD and would use the Assisi loop to help with his pain management inbetween his regular laser therapy sessions. I also have a younger cat with arthritis who would benefit from the loop.

  4. If I would win, I would donate to the Wish Cat Rescue Group. It would go to the woman who cared for Tasha when I had my surgery 2 weeks ago. She just rescued 28 cats from an abandoned home and one of the cats was very seriously ill with a bad infected gash in it’s neck and needed major surgery and she is now taking care of the poor thing. This rescue group could sure use the Assisi Loop for all that they care for.

  5. I would use it on my small dog, Tressa because she has disc disease. it is good to use in between her getting laser and acupuncture every 2 weeks.

  6. I would use it on my Buddy hes 12 yrs old and has arthritis in one of his hips from being hit by a car when he was a kitten. I found him as a homeless kitten limping around with a broke leg.

  7. I would use the Loop on Minnie. She is 16 and a small cat that is very arthritic. She seems like she would hurt and the vet does give her meds but I have always thought the Loop would benefit her.

  8. I would love to win this for our boy, Montana. He’s fourteen now and he’s starting to show his age a bit. He’s started to go a little slower on the stairs and now he’s judging his jumps a little more carefully.

  9. I would use it for my diabetic cat. He has arthritis really bad in his lower back and back legs. He is on meds cause he has content pain. He also has diabetic neuropathy which causes him a lot of pain too. Poor old guy is hyperthyroid and we just found out he is getting cateracts too.

  10. My veterinarian just recommended this for our cat Tabitha. She’s 17 yrs old and due to being in kidney failure, can not undergo anesthesia for the extraction of her premolars. I was so happy to see that veterinarians are recommending this product much more readily. It really pays to go to “cat only” clinics and hospitals for the best of treatment. They are more educated and up to date on “all things” cat. Thank you for supporting this.

  11. My cat is nearly 15 and starting to have a few issues, but even more so, her GRANDMA is about 20 and lives with my parents. I haven’t been able to convince them to buy a loop for grandma kitty’s arthritis and kidney disease, but if I’m able to just give them one, they can’t turn me down! Would be a great Christmas gift for a senior kitty. She may be 20 years old, but she’s a tough little thing and is still hanging in there and enjoying her life!

  12. Our senior cat has quite severe arthritis in both his back and now front legs. The pain and discomfort has really impacted the quality of his life. I know the Assisi Loop would help our cat live a better life.

  13. wow, I was just thinking yesterday how my cat Mojo could certainly use an Assisi loop for her pain. I checked out the website pricing and thought – I hope there is a contest to win one of these! And here it is! Thank you for this offering.

  14. wow, I was just thinking yesterday how my cat Mojo could certainly use an Assisi Loop for her pain. When I checked out the pricing, I thought – I hope there is a contest to win one of these! And here it is. Thank you for this offering.

  15. One of my 18 year old torties, Gema, would love this. She is suffering from arthritis and I’m sure this would help her.

  16. Newton, my 7-yr. old once-feral kitty is a jumper up/down and hits the concrete floors hard — arthritis will no doubt be in his future.

  17. My cat Tao is 9 and spry but my chihuahua is 5 and had a hip break as a puppy and now has pain in that hip. We give her Meloxicam but I would be very interested in the Assisi Loop for her.

  18. My tripod, Emi, puts a lot of weight on her remaining, short front leg. She gets tired a flops down a lot sooner than she used to. The Assisi Loop would be a godsend for her.

  19. I would love to win this for one of my cats who has internal issues – he came as a 1 week old feral kitten whose mother had been killed. Bottle fed baby who developed breathing issues and has wheezing attacks. He is now 6 – very overweight (despite being on a very strict diet) and has had every diagnostic test done and the vets are still stumped. It would be so awesome if this could help heal him and he might be able to have a normal life. Thanks for the opportunity!

  20. Our cat is 9 years-old and was diagnosed with IVDD last year. He has been getting regular laser treatments and they help him but we would love to try using the Assisi Loop as well to have something we can do at home.

  21. Purrkins our 11 year old cat would love the loop. He is a 5 year cancer survivor and a tripawd front leg. Due to the stress on his remaining limbs he would really benefit from the loop.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.
    Mark

  22. My 10 year old Midnight broke his femur before I adopted him. It was repaired but he still limps . I would love to help him with the pain by winning the Assissi loop. It would be a great benefit to him.

  23. We would love to win for Saxton 11 years young; he has recently been diagnosed with arthritis in his rear legs. It would benefit his ibd too.
    Thanks for the opportunity to win.

  24. My Lucy is an elderly furbaby who is a tripod. I am concerned as she ages she is developing arthritis and I worry it may be worse in her one hind leg. Thank you for this opportunity.

  25. I would use this for my kitty, Willow. She is about 8 years old now. Not totally sure of her age because she came to us as a stray cat.

  26. I AM NOTICING subtle sign of arthritis in one of my 13-year old cats and I would like to use it as a preventative and hopefully avoid any vet bills.

  27. My old girl Gretel has arthritis and is starting to have issues getting on the couch (her favorite spot). I would love to give her back some comfort and mobility because she deserves the best.

  28. We have five senior cats. One of them injured her leg when playing with her siblings and that area still bothers her. Her brother and mother have problems with their hips. My husband usually gives them massages each evening. We would love to use a non-pharmaceutical and non-invasive option. Especially with three of them on insulin, we have to be very careful with other medications. Thank you for introducing us to this option for therapy.

  29. I would use for our Tasha, a now 5 year old cat who had an infection when younger & she was spayed. She had some extra surgeries and has had issues ever since. Some days she seems good, others she is miserable I think this might help.

  30. I have a 13 year old Siberian/Mine Coon female cat Valentine who seems to be walking as if she has pain. She has slowed down considerably, sleeps a lot, is confused with where her food is. She has been checked by the vet and nothing seems to be wrong with her. I would like the assisi loop for her to see if this might provide some comforting relief to whatever has changed her behavior.

  31. My senior kitty just torn her tricep tendon and is really struggling with the treatment plan. Our old Assisi loop is dead and she could really use something to help her heal faster.

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