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Giveaway: Assisi Loop Lounge with Sleepypod Carrier

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This giveaway is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health

Pain management for cats has become easier than ever with the Assisi Loop Lounge therapy pad. Available in two sizes, with or without the Sleepypod Atom or Air carriers, these therapy pads  feature the same pain control of the Loop via targeted pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (tPEMF™.)  The Loop Lounge™ is the only therapeutic pet bed backed by scientific research. And thanks to the incredible generosity of our sponsor, one lucky reader will win a therapy pad and carrier!Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Lounge Helps 18-Year-Old Kitty Girl with Arthritis and Kidney Disease

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When my dear friend Rita and her husband Rob came across a six-month old kitten who had just given birth in an Oklahoma City parking garage, they were not looking for another pet. After taking her to a vet to get her taken care of, they planned to find a good home for her. They named her Kitty Girl because they didn’t want to become too attached. However, as many of us know, the best laid plans don’t always pan out when it comes to cats. Kitty Girl fell in love with Rob. 18 years later, he is still her one and only love. For more about Kitty Girls history, read When You Get the Cat You Need, Not the Cat You Want, in Rita’s own words.Continue Reading

Giveaway: Assisi Loop Lounge Air Therapy Pad

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This giveaway is sponsored by Assisi Animal Health

Pain management for cats just got even easier. The Assisi Loop Lounge is now available as Air and Atom therapy pads. Featuring the same pain control of the Loop via targeted pulsed electromagnetic field therapy (tPEMF™,) the Loop Lounge™ is the only therapeutic pet bed backed by scientific research.Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Helps Momma Kitty With Nerve Pain

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Momma Kitty is a mature kitty of approximately eight to ten years who belongs to Dr. Andrea Duvall, DVM a veterinarian at South Clackamas Veterinary Service.

When Momma showed signs of pain, “it took me awhile to arrive at a diagnosis,” said Dr. Duvall. “She will sometimes just be resting, will awake with a start, and will begin forcefully licking a spot on her upper back. She sometimes becomes obsessive, to the point of self trauma to her skin.” Continue Reading