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How the Assisi Loop Helps Rascal With a Leg Injury and Arthritis


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Nine-year-old Rascal was adopted by Cerise and her husband Jim when he was two years old. He shares his home with 16-year Jinxy, 4-year-old siblings Gyoza and Gnocchi, four-year-old Ozzy and Missy, and 2-year-old Princess. All cats are rescues.Continue Reading

Assisi DentaLOOP Helps Reduce Oral Pain and Inflammation


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If you’ve followed us for a while, you’ve seen many stories of how the Assisi Loop has helped cats with painful and inflammatory conditions ranging from arthritis to healing from surgery or injury to kidney disease and many, many more. Assisi Animal Health’s newest product, the DentaLoop, targets oral and dental pain.Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Helps Larry With Arthritis and Multiple Other Health Issues

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15-year-old Larry was about 10 months old when Mary brought him  home from the shelter, together with another 6-month-old tabby named Jack. Larry and Jack have been a bonded pair for the past 14 years. Larry also shares his home with four-year-old Frito Bandito.Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Helps Pele with Arthritis and an Old Injury


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Beautiful 12-year-old Pele shares her Dallas, Texas home with tortie Lulu and tabby-and-white Miss Kiki and her humans, Janine and Russell. They’ve had Pele since she was about eight weeks old. She was thrown out of a car driving down a busy street in front of the automotive shop where Russell was working back then.  He ran out in the busy traffic to rescue her before she could get hit by a car. Continue Reading

Giveaway: Win an Assisi Loop for Your Cat February 2022


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Cats are masters at hiding pain, which makes it hard 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.Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Helps Archie With Hind Limb Paralysis


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Archie was rescued when he was five weeks old. “We got a plea from the shelter about a kitten with hind limb paralysis that would be euthanized if not pulled by a rescue,” said Carol Gonzales, the Director of Baby Kitten Rescue in Los Angeles, CA.  “We quickly realized he was not completely paralyzed in his back legs and had some use of them, even though he mostly dragged them to get around.”Continue Reading

Exclusive Savings for Conscious Cat Readers: 15% Off Assisi Loop or Assisi Loop Lounge


This holiday season, give your cat the gift of pain relief with Assisi Loop Therapy! Provide location-specific treatment for pain and inflammation with the portable Assisi Loop® or use the Assisi Loop Lounge™ for nose-to-tail relief. Whether you’re at home or on the go with your feline companion, these non-pharmaceutical, cat-friendly targeted pulsed electromagnetic field (tPEMF™) therapy devices are the perfect tools to help manage countless inflammatory conditions.Continue Reading

How the Assisi Loop Helped Two Special Needs Kitties Thrive


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Andrea Carollo has been a volunteer with Animal House of South East Michigan for several years. Last summer, she started fostering Greigh, who was rescued after being badly injured and had to have a significant portion of his front leg amputated. This summer, Rasputin, a kitten suffering from radial nerve paralysis, joined her household. Both use the Assisi Loop to help them with their issues.Continue Reading

Case Study: How the Assisi Loop Helped Charlie with a Severe Case of Stomatitis


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Stomatitis is a frustrating and painful condition, a severe inflammation of the oral cavity in cats in which the affected cat essentially becomes allergic to her own teeth. The outward signs of this condition are red, inflamed, and often ulcerated gums, and this can be very painful for the cat. The exact cause of stomatitis is not known. The most commonly held theory is that stomatitis is caused by an abnormal reaction of the immune system. Some cats appear to be hypersensitive to their own plaque, and even small amounts will cause the immune system to mount an exxagerated inflammatory response by sending lymphocytic and plasma cells into the cats’ gums and oral tissues. For this reason, the condition is also referred to as lymphocytic plasmacytic gingivitis stomatitis.Continue Reading

How I Use the Assisi Loop Lounge for Allegra


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After Allegra was diagnosed with hyperthyroidism at the beginning of this year, I immediately started her on Assisi treatments. Ultimately, all disease is caused by inflammation in the body, and since she was also overgrooming and showed some occasional mild possibly IBD related symptoms, it just made sense to do whatever I could do reduce inflammation and stimulate general healing.Continue Reading

All PEMF Devices Are Not Created Equal: How the Assisi Loop and Therapy Pad Differ from Over-the-Counter Devices


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Whenever I post about the Assisi Loop or Assisi Therapy Pad, I occasionally get the question “why can’t I just buy a PEMF device on Amazon, and for a lot less money, too?”

The simple answer is: you get what you pay for.Continue Reading