ACV Remedy for Respiratory Infections in Cats

20 User Reviews



Posted by Jessica (Medford, Oregon) on 03/17/2008
5 out of 5 stars

At first I was sceptical that something so simmple and natural as Apple Cider Vinegar could cure my cats eye infection and upper respirtory problem. So I went out and bought eye washes and eye treatments. They didn't work. so in my last efort to avoid a costly vet bill I tried the ACV. I just rubed a little into the nap of her neck. she ran off to sulk and then not more than not more then 2 hurs latter her eye had dramatically improved. I reapplyed the ACV one more time then went to sleep. I am happy to say that today Ebony ( my cat) feels and looks 100% better. I cant belive it myself but this stuff realy worked. Don't believe it just try it. the bottle only costs $1.00 or so and there is no harm to your cat. you have nothing to lose.


Upper Respiratory Infection
Posted by Marcella (Petaluma, CA) on 01/26/2008
5 out of 5 stars

ACV for Cats: Three Cheers! My seven-month-old rescue kitty came into my home with an upper respiratory infection and later developed some conjunctivitis in his left eye. Following the advice on this page, I gave him a dropperful of ACV right into the fur on the nape of his neck and massaged it down into his skin. Some of the liquid ran down the sides of his neck, where he licked it off. Within 90 minutes of his first dose, the conjunctivitis started to clear up, and his energy perked up considerably. He is now free of both the upper respiratory issue and the eye infection, with no vet visit needed. I know give him a maintenance dose every few days and yes, he's a little stinky from the vinegar, but happy and healthy nonetheless. I've also started taking the ACV myself. Good stuff.



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