Apple Cider Vinegar Remedy Heals Multiple Ailments in C

Nov 14, 2017

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Posted by Luckyjoann (Hartford, Al) on 05/24/2011
5 out of 5 stars

I was feeding my cats tuna. I thought I was doing something loving. I stopped that.

I read about the vinegar put on the back of the neck and paws. My older cat, Lucky was very sick, Kindey failure. It cleared his right eye almost overnight. I finally had to put him to sleep last Thursday. That was so sad. I wish I had known about all of this a long time ago.

I started adding the vinegar to their wet food. Lucky started eating again. He had quit for awhile. Oreo, has been eating more than I've seen her eat in all the years I've had her. If she leaves some, I add a little more water and she eats the rest. Her coat is glossy. Fleas are almost gone. And she has gained weight, at least 2lbs. You could feel her ribs and spine. No more.

Thank y'all so much for the info about the vinegar. I never realize the need for the liquids. Use to, she would nibble at her food and walk away. It would sit there and dry up. Lucky ate all of his all this time. But he did drink an awful lot of water.

Replied by Emilybh
South Carolina
09/12/2016

I think what may explain why your cats are responding favorably to the ACV is because it facilitates the digestion and assimilation of nutrients.

For humans, taking ACV with the mother and a little honey and water before meals helps digestion and assimilation of nutrients greatly - especially after age 40 when we don't manufacture as much hydrochloric acid as we do when younger. ACV and water stops acid reflux in its tracks too.