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Complementary Therapies for Cats Discussed in Cat Fancy(R) Magazine

April 23, 2010

IRVINE, Calif., April 23 /PRNewswire/ — Cat Fancy, the world’s most widely read cat magazine, focuses on holistic therapies for cat parents in Natural Cat®, a two-in-one “flip issue” dedicated to natural care.

“Holistic therapies, when combined with veterinary medicine, provide cat parents with more options to prevent and treat our cats’ diseases, manage or eliminate their pain, and improve their quality of life overall,” said Cat Fancy Editor Susan Logan.

Cat parents can combine holistic therapies with traditional veterinary medicine and prevent and treat diseases in their cats. Treatments include:

  • Acupuncture. This treatment promotes the correct flow of life energy along channels throughout the body and helps with arthritis and chronic pain.
  • Massage. Massage works the soft tissue and muscles and can help improve blood circulation, muscle flexibility and agility while reducing pain, blood pressure and stress.
  • Supplements. Some cats may not get enough vitamins and minerals from their diets alone. Supplements can help eliminate nutritional deficiencies and aid in certain health conditions.

Cat parents should consult a holistic veterinarian before trying any of these therapies or supplements at home, as they can cause harm if done improperly or by someone who lacks holistic training.

Readers will find approximately 19 bonus pages dedicated to natural and organic diets, pain management and complementary therapies in the Cat Fancy/Natural Cat® double issue, which hits newsstands April 27, 2010. The issue also features an exclusive interview with Jane Seymour, who is featured on the Cat Fancy cover with her cat, Stachie.

To schedule an interview with the editor, contact Lisa MacDonald, director of marketing, at 949-855-8822, ext. 3345.

About BowTie, Inc.

BowTie, Inc. is the leader in special interest pet magazines, trade magazines, books and websites dedicated to pet-loving consumers, pet-supply retailers, veterinarians, breeders and pet professionals worldwide. Divisions of BowTie, Inc. include BowTie Magazines, BowTie Press, BowTie News, Thoroughbred Times Company, Global Distribution Services and www.AnimalNetwork.com.

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