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TRDV Protocol for Cats - 3 Part Program for Vomiting & Diarrhea TUNA FLAVOUR

Discussion in 'Cat Classifieds' started by Matt73, May 29, 2018.


  1. Matt73

    Matt73 PetForums Newbie

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    TRDV Protocol for Cats
    3 Part Program For Vomiting and Diarrhea (Tuna Flavour)

    £75 OVNO


    *This is our first ad here, posting as we recently lost our cat due to other health problems so this TRDV protocol - excellent as it was - was a case of too little too late, and wasn't able to address some more serious problems our baby had. I've had this on eBay for a while now but thought we'd try a more specific place to advertise - thanks for looking!*

    We're selling this treatment plan as a whole package (flavour enhancer FortiFlora included in case you have a finicky cat). We originally purchased this kit from the U.S. at a cost of just over £91. In using the kit for the first month we had used up all of the 4oz bentonite liquid clay so we purchased a larger 16oz bottle about a week ago at a further cost of £48 - which has barely been touched (explanation below). Approximately 40% of the Comfort Plus powder remains as well as about 85% of the Lithothamnium powder and all of the Vitality Pet Flora pills (never used them). Additionally, the G.I. Distress liquid has barely been used - perhaps 20 drops from the entire bottle (that is practically nothing). We are including 2 full boxes of Fortiflora (30 sachets in each) and 11 sachets from an already opened box, so 71 sachets in total. (Powder is very effective, and our cat loved the taste of it!). Also included is a new and unused syringe.

    Sadly, our beloved cat Lily passed away last Friday due to other ailments that we were unaware of at the time (in no way related to having given her this kit). She had been suffering from IBD (Inflammatory Bowel Disease) for the last couple of years and so we recently found out about this kit and tried her on it. Results for the first week were incredible - within 2 days she no longer passed any blood or mucous with her stools and neither was she hissing in pain when she went #2. Sadly however, the treatment wasn't enough and we later learned from the vet that she had pre-existing problems with her glands and her kidneys were failing too. It turns out she also had dried fecal blockages on her intestinal wall which limited the amount of nutrients able to pass into her system, hence why this kit worked for a short while then became ineffective - it just wasn't getting into her properly. Needless to say, had we used this product a couple of years ago Lily may still be with us today and in robust health as this treatment really does work as advertised - just nowhere near enough to turn around our cat's health. A case of too little too late.

    If you intend purchasing this kit may we recommend that you also purchase a larger tub of Comfort Plus from the appropriate vendor (not us) as what is here won't go far, perhaps 2-3 weeks at most if you eke it out. In any case, the original cost of this equipment (including FortiFlora at £20 per pack) was around £150, perhaps now valued about £100 with the Comfort Plus 60% gone and a 4 x larger bottle of Luxolite to replace the original 4oz bottle. The price we're asking is fair and you are still getting a good deal (plus no lengthy delivery time from the U.S.).

    If you have no need for the FortiFlora we can relist the kit alone at a reduced price of £65.

    Breakdown of what is included:
    • Comfort Plus Powder (approx. 45g remaining)
    • Luxolite (easily over 95% remaining)
    • G.I. Distress liquid (95%+ remaining)
    • Vitality Pet Flora pills (all remaining, never used)
    • Lithothamnium powder (approx. 85% remaining)
    • FortiFlora sachets (71 remaining)
    • Unused Syringe
    • Instruction leaflets
    If you have any questions please ask and we'll do our best to answer.

    Can collect locally if preferred, our postcode is YO25 4LW (Nafferton, East Yorkshire).

    Thanks again for looking!

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    #1 Matt73, May 29, 2018
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  2. Lula10101

    Lula10101 PetForums Junior

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    Very interesting...never seen this before. Is it basically pro-biotics? (luckily, none of mine need this, but I'm always interested to find new things and this could be very useful for a lot of people)
     
  3. Matt73

    Matt73 PetForums Newbie

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    Hi, yes it is a mix of probiotics and other 'goodies' - the bentonite clay I think helps to heal the lining of the intestinal wall. Sadly, it was a case of too little too late for my baby. Thanks for your interest, nonetheless. Glad to know it was of interest to at least one person ;)
     
  4. Lula10101

    Lula10101 PetForums Junior

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    Very interesting - thank you for posting
     
  5. Ceiling Kitty

    Ceiling Kitty Hides away from much through humour...

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    To any potential buyers: please discuss the use of these products with your vet before giving them to your cat.
     
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