You've just been to the vet, and that little bit of vomiting or weight loss has turned out to be an ongoing illness your cat has to battle. Or maybe your cat has quickly gone downhill, and within days their personality is just not the same. They are obviously sick and it hurts to see them just lying there. It can break your heart.
Your vet has given you a set of pills or liquid medication that you somehow have to put in your cat’s mouth. Or maybe your cat needs subcutaneous (SQ) fluids in order to get better with his disease. They might have done a demonstration of how to give the treatment at the vet clinic, where it seemed to go OK.
Now it’s your job to give the tablet, capsule, liquid medication, injection or SQ fluids at home.
For some, it will go fine with a few clever tricks or when you disguise the taste of the medication. But for many, when you try to give your cat medications or SQ fluids at home, it’s a disaster! The pill is sticky and crumbling apart after your third attempt at trying to put it in your cat’s mouth. Half of the liquid medication is squirted onto your kitchen floor or bathroom walls when you try to aim it into your struggling cat’s mouth. With two people involved and few scratches later, finally you are able to get the pill in. But by mid week your cat is running away from you, which makes you feel awful.
It’s frustrating and disheartening, because if they become increasingly sick, you feel like you are failing them.
You don’t want to lose them, yet with all this stress and struggling, you wonder exactly what you are supposed to do.
Apart from changing the flavor, trying an alternative type of medication, trying to restrain them or changing the size of the needle, the options that work for other cats seemingly do not work for yours. You can even be told that it’s better that they live a shorter life than struggle with daily medications.
But every cat that rejects medication has a fighting chance at beating their illness because there is a different way to guide them into accepting their medications or SQ fluids, or to provide life saving treatment.
Zack was a part of my life for 21 years. Zack and I shared a bachelors apartment with loud music when I was a student in my 20’s. Zack was there to greet me at the door as I began working many late nights as a vet in my 30’s. When I became a father, my kids learned all those special things about life when you live with a cat. Zack and I passed many milestones together.
So when Zack got sick, I knew that I would do whatever I could to keep him happy. I would treat his illness as long as he agreed to do so, to keep him as part of our family. I learned everything I could so I could give him his medications and keep him agreeable to the way I did it. For this reason, his numerous treatments for his arthritis, CKD (chronic kidney disease), pancreatitis, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, hyperthyroidism and ataxia were not only successful, but were also events that didn’t stop him from greeting us at the door, eating treats, sunbathing and doing all the things he loved best.
Several years ago, I showed the world how I successfully guided Zack through all his medications during one of his biggest battles with Ataxia (essentially the inability to walk):
My name is Dr. Kris Chandroo, and I’m a vet. I have spent decades dedicated to the study and promotion of animal welfare and behaviour, in an effort to serve the human-animal bond. I’ve met thousands of people over the years that are joined at the hip with their cat; their cat has become part of their family and identity. So it’s not surprising that in the face of an illness that could rob their cat of years of life, that the thought of letting their cat down is devastating for them. The thought of not knowing if there was something they could have done is crushing. I want to help.
Even with a laundry list of problems, Zack enjoyed his life, and he felt safe, loved and respected. Medicating him was not a torturous ordeal that we dreaded doing because we had found Zack’s essential requirements, and that is the way he would agree to and accept his medications at every step of the way.
I treat the illness of cats every single week. I see the stress and worry that people go through when their cats reject their best efforts. And I want you to have the same experience I had with Zack. An experience in which we can actually treat their illness with respect - and give them a fighting chance. I have created:
Instead of feeling stressed and lost when they fight your attempts to give them medication, or worrying that there might have been something you could have done differently, in STS you have a solid, strategic plan that tells you exactly what to do. Just by following the STS Roadmap, you will know how to successfully provide treatment to your cat.
And much more...There are 17 videos included in the course. The insights and techniques you will learn in these videos will ensure that you are doing everything possible to provide treatment to your cat, so they get the best chance at beating their illness.
Any ONE of these videos could reveal the reason why your cat is rejecting his medications and what to do about it. All while promoting less stress and giving you motivation during the medicating process. And this can be a life changing factor for you and your cat.
I want everyone to succeed with their cat, but STS is not for you if:
People who want the best possible results for their cat, and are willing to put in the work to get it.
People who do not want to see their cat struggle but want to succeed in giving treatment at the same time.
If you want to ensure that you are doing everything possible to provide treatment, and you don’t want to leave any stone unturned.
If you have seen my previous videos and they have been helpful for you, you will get a lot out of STS. Even if your cat does not have an illness, this course is simply entertaining and interesting, and will give you essential knowledge to protect your cat’s health if illness strikes.
I want to see your cat do great, and there are options that can give lifelong changes for your cat.
There are several animal behaviour textbooks, manuals and journals that you can purchase, digest, combine and then adapt to your cat (my favourite book cost $135). The information is generalized; so much of the advice isn't focused on your cat's problem with medications. I have sorted out all of this for you in STS.
You can always take your cat to the vet clinic for additional consultation with personalized advice for each roadblock you might encounter (a single recheck fee is about $60). Cats frequently behave differently at home than in the vet clinic, so the advice will often be good if your vet is focused and experienced on this specific issue, but putting things into action at home can be a different story.
You can find a behavioural consultant to assist you at home as well ($100 - $325 just for the first session), although very few specialize specifically in achieving medication goals for your cat.
This is my first time launching this course, and I’ve kept the price far lower than the cost of an average vet visit for a sick cat ($400 - $800).
I have done this so that as many people as possible can put these techniques to work for their cats' sake. It was important to us that we gave Zack all the chances we could. That way, no matter what happened at the end of the day, we knew we had respected our bond with him. There would be nothing to regret, and we were free from anxiety wondering if there was anything we could have done differently. I want the same for you.
When I add the next update to this course, the cost will go up to support all the work that goes into providing nothing but the best for our cats.
I stand by STS and give you a 30 day money-back guarantee. I guarantee that by taking this course, you will have a step-by-step system that reduces uncertainty and doubt and will increase your chance of success when giving medications. You will learn what you need to know in order to give your cat their best chance at accepting their treatment. You can squash those feelings of helplessness by identifying what type of treatment plan your cat needs, and you will know what to do if something does not work. If you don’t find value in this course, I will refund your money.
I can’t guarantee that you can give your cat a pill, liquid or injectable treatment with 100% certainty; I'd be suspicious of anyone who could promise that. Remember, you can’t force a cat to do anything he or she does not wish. However, it is not necessary to force a cat into treatment in order to have success with them.
STS is an entertaining, heartfelt and motivating course that can be the foundation of practical treatment advice right now, and over their entire life. When you purchase STS, you will get 17 HD videos (almost 4 hours) along with the STS-Roadmap. By following the STS Roadmap, from the Towel Touch Technique, Olfactory Kick Start, finding your cat’s Bermuda Triangle, to the Rescue Plan, you should know EXACTLY what to do to provide treatment to your cat. If you are stressed out or feeling lost with giving medication or SQ fluids with your cat right now, and you are looking for a way to turn things around, you can get started within minutes.
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