CARE OF CATS WITH THE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
by Dr. Lawrence Wilson
© October 2023, LD Wilson Consultants, Inc.
All information in this article is for educational purposes only. It is not for the diagnosis, treatment, prescription or cure of any disease or health condition.
Why Have A Cat?
Diseased And Undeveloped
Cats Versus The Rogues
Development And Cats
Difficulty Communicating With Cats
II. The Development Lifestyle For Cats
III. The Development Diet For Cats
IV. The Development Supplements For Cats
V. The Development Healing Procedures For Cats
VI. Health Conditions Of Cats
Adrenal/pituitary failure syndrome
VII. Health Assessment With Tissue Mineral Analysis
Hair Sampling Instructions
Ideal Cat Tissue Mineral Values
Hair Mineral Patterns
VIII. Veterinary Issues For Cats
Cost of veterinary care
WHY HAVE A CAT?
Cats are not as they appear. They are special creatures that are very intelligent and able to assist us in many ways. We recommend that people own cats.
Reasons to have a cat include:
1. They do healing.
2. They help one to be happier.
3. They can warn of danger because they are very sensitive and may run and hide, for example, if someone comes around they don't like.
4. They can develop and then they become a great asset.
5. They kill mice and insects and are much healthier than using pesticides.
We help heal many cats. I am able to tune in to ask the planning souls of cats what each cat needs for healing and development.
DISEASED AND UNDEVELOPED
Most cats are not healthy, although they may appear healthy. Veterinarians may say a cat is healthy, but in our experience this is not the truth.
The reason is that the alien group called on this website the rogues don't want them healthy. This is similar to the situation with human beings, whom we find are all toxic and depleted even if they look healthy.
When we check the fur mineral levels of cats they all tend to be very fast oxidizers and a high sodium/potassium ratio. All tend to have high aluminum and high mercury, as well. I believe this is mainly due to eating cat food.
CATS VERSUS THE ROGUES
I am told that an alien group has been on earth for the past 50,000 years or longer, causing much chaos and horror. We call this group The Rogues. The Bible calls them Satan, a word they use, as well. It means full of oneself. Our language has similar words - sated and satiate, which mean to be filled or full.
At this time, the rogues have a lot of influence on our planet, its food and water, and more. However, they are very secretive and high-tech and do not want people to know that they are the cause of most of our national and planetary problems.
The rogues do not like cats. This is because cats tend to oppose their plans to take over and enslave our planet.
Bad cat food. One way the rogues harm cats is that all cat food is slightly drugged. In our research, so far all wet and dry commercial cat food contains a stimulant that is not good for cats and is not listed on the label.
Even worse, we presently believe all cats have brain implants and do not function properly for this reason.
Turning cats into weapons. We also recently learned that the rogues beat all new-born kittens. They also implant all cats and may use them as weapons to harm their owners.
This article contains newer information about the development method of healing and rapid development. Development is a genetic upgrade process that strengthens and toughens the body, extends life and allows new abilities to occur.
Development is programmed into the DNA of all human beings, animals and plants. Most of the instructions for it are contained in the 97.5% or so of our DNA that is called non-coding or “junk”. This is an arrogant term that just means scientists do not know what it is for.
We believe development is a natural process that should occur by itself. However, development is rare today because those who control our planet do not want it. The reason is it makes human beings and animals more difficult to control.
Therefore, they make sure it is not well known or understood. They also make sure that cat food does not contain the nutrients needed for development. They also make sure that most cats are toxic with metals and chemicals that block development.
For more details, read Introduction To Development.
Cats, once they develop a little, become much better behaved and much more able to help with healing and protecting their owners's health, as well.
Developed cats are also in touch with each other and with supervisory cats who direct them and assist them in many ways. So development should be a goal if you have a cat in your home.
DIFFICULTY COMMUNICATING WITH CATS
WARNING. Quite a few people tune into their cat and can receive messages from their cat. This is soul communication.
However, there are many souls in a cat and some of them lie! We know this is very disturbing, but in our experience it is true.
This occurs not because cats are dishonest. They are not! It occurs because the rogues, discussed above, place electronic equipment and creatures called enforcers in cats that force cats to lie.
What to do. When you want to communicate with a cat, relax, do The Pull Down Procedure, and at the same time ask to speak with a planning soul of a cat. Then listen for an answer. This is a more advanced soul that more often tells the truth. You should hear an acknowledgement that you are hearing from a path soul. Then ask your question.
Another method is to just ask a question. Then ask, “Does anyone disagree?” If you hear a yes to the question about disagreement, ask to speak with a development soul.
II. DEVELOPMENT LIFESTYLE FOR CATS
Why keep cats indoors?
1. It will reduce some diseases in cats.
2. For safety. Cats, even large cats, can be eaten by predators such as coyotes, or even large birds like ravens and eagles.
3. Cats will eat grasses outside and may get sick on them. They may come inside and promptly throw up all over the rug. One of the worst problems is eating pine needles, if these are in your area. No cat can digest or even chew them. They must throw them up. If one punctures the stomach, the cat could die.
Sunshine. While keeping cats indoors is good, sunshine is also excellent for cats. If possible, set up a locked, fenced area outside a window or door of your home so your cat can sunbathe. Another option is to make sure your cat can lie in front of a window that gets plenty of sun.
Exposing a cat to a reddish heat lamp is also very good. Just set one up so the cat can come close to it to receive the rays it emits.
Toys. Unlike dogs, who often just love people, cats love toys and climbing. So it is excellent to give your cat a place to play, toys and a place to climb such as a cat house.
Hunting. Cats like to hunt. Please give your cat toys that move around, make noise, and look like mice or rats, for example. I am told it is also good to give them larger stuffed animals that they practice chasing and killing. This could save their life if the cat gets outside.
Sleepy cats. Cats can sleep all day if nothing is going on to interest them. This is fine, and should be encouraged. Most animals need a lot of sleep, even more than human beings, for rapid development.
MUSIC FOR CATS
Listening to the right music helps cats develop. Lively piano jazz music is very good. Bill Evans piano music is very good.
Flute music is also good. One piece that is good is Bill Evans and Jeremy Steig playing The Love Theme From Sparticus.
Drums are not helpful, so far, so it is best if the music has no drums or just light drums.
III. DIET FOR CATS
Most cat food is of very poor quality. This includes both dry and wet, canned cat food. It slowly sickens cats and shortens their lives. So far, as of 4/27/23, all of it also contains a stimulant drug. Without it, cats probably would not eat most of it.
Cat food causes cats to be in very fast oxidation with a very high sodium/potassium ratio. These are important metabolic imbalances that are mainly, if not totally, due to their food. They seem to stop both mental improvement and the genetic upgrade process called development.
We know that standard cat food is easy and preparing food is more work. I'm learning how to make food without much work and will share it here.
Fussy. Cats can be fussy about what they eat, particularly if they are unhealthy. They don’t always like the best food. For example, many like seafood, even though it is high in mercury.
HOW TO FEED A CAT FOR RAPID DEVELOPMENT
PROTEINS: Good protein foods are lamb, chicken, turkey, herring and sardines.
Meats should be lightly cooked. Braising is how we recommend cooking meat – it is rare inside.
Polar brand Smoked Boneless Herring Fillets In Canola Oil And Own Juice is excellent and quite inexpensive.
AVOID. Do not feed large fish such as tuna and all others. Even salmon is too high in mercury, we believe.
AVOID pork or any pig products, as they all can contain parasites. Other protein foods are not as good such as beans, seeds or other.
Overcooking meat. AVOID overcooking meat. Cook chicken only until it is no longer pink. If you feed ground turkey, cook for only a few seconds. Otherwise it is overcooked and not good for your cat.
This seems to help cats develop and is excellent for fast oxidizers. A little each day is very good. Younger cats may like it more.
To help a cat eat vegetables and corn chips, you can add a little of the water used to cook lamb (by braising) as a gravy.
Cats need some cooked vegetables for rapid development. We are still researching how much, but it probably is between one-fourth and one half of the total diet.
Preferred vegetables. Certain vegetables contain more of the chemicals needed for development than other vegetables. We would feed only these vegetables.
The preferred vegetables are all types of onions, including scallions, leeks, shallots, pearl onions and boiler onions. They also includes carrots, rutabaga, daikon, broccolini, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage and cauliflower. They also include a little green beans, celery, and a very small amount of garlic, ginger, and horseradish root.
Organically grown. In theory, organically grown food is much better than commercial food grown with chemical pesticides. However, the rogues poison some organic food, so organic is not always better.
Serving vegetables. Chop the vegetables finely and cook all of them until soft, NOT crunchy or al dente. Cats do not have teeth with which to chew vegetables. After cooking, mash the vegetables with a potato masher to make them easier to eat.
Then mix in some oil that sardines come packed in, or cream, or something else your cat likes so the cat will eat the vegetables.
Substitutes for cooking. If cooking a lot of vegetables is too much work, you can give a cat some baby food vegetables. These come already cooked and mashed or pureed in a little jar.
Canned or frozen vegetables. These are usually not as good as fresh vegetables. Canned vegetables are better than frozen.
Do not use frozen vegetables. We are not sure why, but they don't work as well and probably contain some chemicals that are not listed on the label. One of them is EDTA, added to retain color. However, it removes minerals and is toxic.
Grain. For rapid development, cats need a little blue and yellow corn chips. This is once again similar to the situation with human beings. An easy way to give this is to crush a small piece of a corn chip into small bites and mix with meat juice, meat or a little sour cream so the cat will eat it.
This is a food additive that is used as a thickener. However, it causes reactions in some cats.
Avoid cat treats. They are not needed, they upset digestion, they often contain chemicals and they will tend to make your cat sick.
As a cat develops, the cat may require an extra meal. However, this is not a cat treat. It is a full meal.
All fish contain some mercury. The bigger the fish, the more mercury it contains. As a result, the worst is tuna, mackerel, swordfish and even salmon.
All cats we test are somewhat high in mercury. We suspect cat food companies add some fish to all the food for taste.
All cats we test are high in aluminum. We don't know if cat food companies add aluminum to cat food or if aluminum equipment is used to make cat food and some rubs off into the food. Aluminum is also added to most water supplies and finds its way into many foods today. It is a crime.
DRY CAT FOOD
At this time, we don't recommend dry cat food. It is not good quality. Most all of it contains wheat, chemicals and other things that are not good for cats.
Recipes. To get your cat to eat vegetables, use a topping of the oil that sardines come in or mash up some sardines and use this as a topping or mix some with the food.
Some cats love cream and another topping is cream sauce.
About fish. Fish is not a clean food today because our waterways are all somewhat contaminated with mercury and other poisons. The best fish are the smallest ones because they have less of these toxins. Sardines are about the best, in our view. A few notes about sardines:
- Brisling sardines are the little ones and are somewhat cleaner.
- Skinless and boneless sardines are lower in mercury, but are not necessary.
- If your cat won't eat sardines, try a different brand or type.
Chlorine. Some fish and shellfish also contain too much chlorine. The reason is that some farm-raised fish are crowded in so tightly that most fish farmers use chlorine bleach or other chlorine products to disinfect the water. Otherwise, diseases would sweep through their fish farm.
This type of “factory fish farming” is rather disgusting and very unhealthy for anyone or any animal, but it is the raw material for most, if not all brands of fish-based cat food.
Eating less. Some cats will eat less if you feed them home-cooked vegetables and meats. This is not a problem. They just need less of it than of the lower quality canned foods.
FOOD TO AVOID
1. Dry pellet foods. Most dry cat food contains too much grain, an unnatural food for cats. Do not feed cats on dry cat food, such as Purina and the others. This will shorten your cat’s life and may cause disease, no matter what the ads say. We would also avoid Science Diet. It is not as good as advertised.
2. Salty canned food. Some commercial canned cat food is too high in salt, which can damage the cat’s kidneys and other organs.
3. Fish and fish problems. When cats have parasites, which is common, cats love seafood and fish of all kinds. As the parasites die off as a cat becomes healthier, cats may lose some of their taste for fish.
4. Seafood. We do not recommend feeing shrimp, crabs, scallops, lobster, eel or others seafood at this time. These foods are higher in toxic metals such as cadmium, lead, and mercury.
Some cats love playing with onion skin. It is fine to give them a little each day.
Cats may eat leaves of house plants and some is okay. They may also eat some bugs on the floor. If cats gets outside, they may eat other plants or pine needles. This is usually not good and can obstruct the intestines.
If possible, cats like to have two types of water at all times. One bowl can contain tap water, and the other should contain a spring water from the supermarket or health food store. The cat will choose what it needs.
Peroxide. In our experience, cats like it if you spray or pour in a very small amount of 3% hydrogen peroxide in their water. It purifies the water.
IV. NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR CATS
We only recommend the supplements used in the development program for humans for cats. Usually, these are a metabolic pack for their oxidation type, a calcium/magnesium supplement, and either zinc if the sodium/potassium ratio is high or Limcomin if it is low.
In addition, we are researching the following:
- Three yeasts: Some cats love brewer's yeast. Other possibilities are nutritional yeast and a little red rice yeast.
- Bee products. Some cats love a combination capsule of bee pollen, bee propolis and royal jelly.
- Kelp. A small amount is excellent.
- Fish oil or cod liver oil. This is helpful for some cats.
At this time, we do not recommend any other supplements!!
For a more complete program, contact one of the Approved Helpers listed at the end of the paragraph below. He or she will assist you to get a fur mineral analysis and begin a healing program for your cat. Your cat will appreciate it very much!
V. HEALING AND DEVELOPMENT PROCEDURES
These procedures are wonderful for all cats, even if they are healthy. They are also very effective for many health conditions of cats.
1. A RED HEAT LAMP
Feedback about this is that it is just amazing for cats! It is also very simple and inexpensive to set up. It provides a frequency for a cat that is a nutrient frequency. It is different from putting your cat in the sunshine, which is also very good.
The bulb. Buy a 250-watt, incandescent red heat bulb at an animal supply store or hardware store or online. They are sold as chicken brooder lamps but they work on more than chickens. We use them on all human beings and they can save lives. Do not use an LED or halogen bulb.
The socket. Also buy a socket and reflector for this bulb, which are sold in many stores. Most have a clamp to attach the socket to a chair or shelf. An alternative is to hang the socket so the bulb faces downward. Your cat will just walk or lie down under it.
You can leave it on or turn it on for at least several hours daily.
- A cat sauna. Cats need warmth, especially when ill. This may seem unusual because cats are quite furry. However, many are cold if they are not kept warm enough.
A solution for sick cats, especially, is to set up a cat sauna. It is a box made of wood, plastic or even cardboard with a red heat lamp inside. The cat can enter when it wishes and leave when it has had enough. You can modify an existing cat apartment possibly to make this, or build one. Be careful to avoid fire danger from the red heat lamp.
Construction. This can be a plywood box about 3 feet (or 1 meter) by 3 feet (one meter) by at least 2 feet (or about .6 meters) high. On one side, or on the ceiling, clamp or screw a red heat lamp socket so that the cat can either lie down in front of it or can lie to the side of it, but not directly in front of it since that might be too intense.
The door should be a plastic flap so the cat can come in and out freely. We don’t think it needs a ventilation hole, but if it seems to be getting too hot, drill a hole or several holes two near the top for ventilation.
2. REFLEXOLOGY ON THE EARS AND/OR ON THE TAIL OF THE CAT
Cats absolutely love this at least once a day and preferably twice or three times daily. Reflexology is an ancient, simple, safe and very effective healing method. There are many books about its use in humans, and it also works very well on cats.
Ear reflexology. General session. Press or rub firmly with two fingers one ear at a time. Do the inside and the outside of each ear.
Begin at the top of the ear, which reflexes to the brain and head. Slowly work your way down the ear and around the front and back or each ear. If a cat has a disease affecting an area, such as the liver or kidneys, spend a little more time pressing or rubbing this area.
Spot therapy. You can also just do a short session on one area if your cat is having symptoms.
Do not over-treat. A session should last up to 10 minutes and not more. It is possible to over-treat with reflexology. In general, wait at least one hour before doing another session of any kind although another short spot therapy session may be fine if your cat is ill.
Tail reflexology. General session. Begin at the tip of the tail, which is the reflex to the head. Press firmly all around the tip. Then move your fingers a little toward the body of the cat and press all around. Then move a little closer to the body of the cat and press firmly all around.
Continue this sequence until you reach the body of the cat. It should take about 10 minutes. Most cats like this and will lie still. Ideally, do it three times daily, although even once daily is excellent.
3. THE PEROXIDE SPRAY
Cats love this simple procedure. Lightly spray 3% hydrogen peroxide along the spine or belly of the cat. Stay away from the eyes. Inside the ears is excellent, as well. Cats lick their fur and this cleans the fur, killing germs. The peroxide is also a nutrient for your cat.
4. PEROXIDE IN THE WATER
We already mentioned that cats seem to like a little 3% hydrogen peroxide in the cat’s drinking water. Be sure the peroxide has no smell because some brands of peroxide today have chemicals added to peroxide that could be toxic.
Some cats love drinking some rainwater. We believe it has some special properties.
Collection. To collect rain water, place a clean plastic or glass jar, pitcher or bucket outside just before a rainstorm. Only put out the container when it rains and bring it inside quickly afterwards to keep the water clean. Cover it to store it until needed.
Many cats like some quiet jazz music that does not have too many loud drums. Cats that are ill may not like music, but we are not sure. You can leave the music on or notice when your cat seems to like it. If possible, put the loudspeaker on the floor and let your cat decide how close to lie to it.
At this time, we don't know a lot about specific music for cats. It is a research project.
7. COFFEE ENEMAS FOR CATS
We are researching this. It seems to work well, especially for sick cats.
Equipment. It is easiest to use a thin catheter to insert the coffee. You could use a standard enema tip or fleet enema bulb but it is a little large for a small cat.
Where. Indoors, the procedure can be done in a bathtub or shower. If the weather is warm, you could do it outside on a lawn.
Coffee Preparation. Make the coffee the same as for a human being – about two to three tablespoons of coffee in about three cups of water. Boil for 12 minutes or pressure cook for 14 seconds.
Then let it cool until you can put your finger in it and it is comfortably warm – not burning hot and not cold.
How much coffee? Use about one-fourth to one-third of a cup of coffee per enema. Put the coffee in an enema bag or bucket. Hang the bag or bucket about two to three feet above the cat.
Inserting the coffee. Lubricate the enema tip or catheter with Vaseline, KY Jelly, or cooking oil. Then bring in the cat and pet the cat until he or she is calm and relaxed. Explain to the cat what you will do and why.
Insert the tip very slowly and gently, straight in. If the cat won't allow it, you will need a second person to help hold the cat for the enema. If you use a thin catheter, the cat may not even feel it going in slowly and gently.
Then open the clamp on the enema tube and let the coffee flow in.
When all the coffee is in the cat, close the clamp and remove the catheter. Then immediately hold a washcloth or small tower over the anal opening to keep the coffee in. Otherwise, it will come right out.
How long should the enema be held? Ideally, 15 minutes. However, this may be difficult. Try to hold it at least five minutes. If the cat ejects it sooner, do another enema. It is okay to do up to four enemas if a cat cannot retain the enema.
Plain water enemas. These can be given to cats to relieve constipation or to rehydrate a sick cat.
VI. HEALTH CONDITIONS OF CATS
A cat should live 15 years or longer, and a well-cared for cat can easily live 20 years or more. However, most cats don’t last nearly this long because they are not fed correctly.
Common health problems of cats include:
Most cats have some degree of toxoplasmosis and perhaps parasitic worms and others. This is true even if the cat has been given anti-parasitic drugs.
Some parasites remain because the cat’s health is not good enough. There is too much “food” for the parasites, so the parasites thrive even with drug treatment or herbs. Drugs or herbs can reduce the number of parasites temporarily and this might be needed in a few cases.
However, the drugs and herbs are toxic so they are not very good. In our experience, the only way to end the parasite problem is with a development program.
Look for worms, eggs or segments of worms in their feces. If not controlled, a cat will also spread worms around your house, and could pass them to you and your children. Fortunately, our research so far indicates that a proper development program can eradicate most parasites harbored by cats.
Chronic Renal Disease or CRD. Cats are prone to this condition. In our experience, it is due to a buildup of aluminum in the body. This always comes from the food or water given to the cat. If not too advanced, the development program using fur mineral testing can reverse this condition.
Tumors, diabetes, and more. Unhealthy cats can get tumors, diabetes, arthritis and many other diseases.
Vaccines. If a cat is on the development program with regular retesting of the mineral levels, we do not think they need vaccines, especially if your cat stays indoors. We know this is controversial.
A recent study (2016) found that cats overdue on their rabies vaccine often still had a high antibody titer and did not need to be quarantined or euthanized if exposed to a rabid animal. Here is the study:
VII. ASSESSMENT WITH FUR MINERAL TESTING
SAMPLING INSTRUCTIONS FOR HAIR MINERAL TESTING – VERY IMPORTANT!
1. Do not bath your cat with soap just before sampling the hair. This is because it washes out the sodium and potassium, and will skew the test. There is no need to give the cat a bath before sampling the hair. See below if you just bathed your cat.
2. Wash the head area of your cat with a little alcohol on a cloth or napkin. Do not use soap.
3. Cut the hair sample from the head, near the brain. This is better than taking the sample from the belly, or anywhere else.
Be sure to cut off any hair that is more than about one inch (or two centimeters) long. Otherwise, you will get old readings from old hair.
Also be sure to cut enough hair or fur so it fills a tablespoon to overflowing.
If you have just bathed your cat with soap, you must wait until the hair is fully dry before sampling it. Then brush the fur on the head near the brain for 5 minutes before sampling the hair. This causes some of the natural oils to be restored to the hair. Otherwise, the test results will be less accurate.
IDEAL CAT TISSUE MINERAL VALUES
Below are the current ideal feline hair mineral values we use. This is a research subject so it may change.
The ideal values probably vary a little from breed to breed. All numbers are in mg% or mg per 100 grams of hair:
Others Not Read By Analytical Research Labs
NOTE: The ideal mineral fur values for cats on the Analytical Research Labs feline graphs are not quite right.
HAIR ANALYSIS PATTERNS OF CATS
We use the same interpretation method to understand the mineral values for cats as we use for human beings. This website has many articles on this subject.
We look at the oxidation rate and the sodium/potassium ratio first. We also look at the toxic metal levels and poor eliminator patterns, to name some of the most important readings.
Most cats are fast oxidizers. This is an important difference between cats and human beings that applies even to older cats. The probable reason for this is their food, and because most are in better health than human beings.
Many cats are very fast oxidizers. They become irritable, frighten easily, and may develop diabetes, cancer, seizures, and other problems due to this imbalance. Dry food is a big reason for this problem, although stress is another factor.
Many cats have a high sodium/potassium ratio. This is an indicator of acute stress. It is often due to their food. The ideal Na/K ratio for a cat is about 0.4, but many have an Na/K ratio above 1 or even above 10! This is a serious inflammation and acute stress pattern.
Many cats have an elevated calcium/magnesium ratio. This is usually due to their diets, which contain grain and perhaps sweeteners that are unnatural and unhealthful for cats.
Toxic metals. Most cats are high in toxic metals, especially aluminum and mercury. This, again, has to do with their food. In addition, some water supplies, some drugs, and some body care products contain toxic metals and toxic chemicals. Most cats are also born high in toxic metals due to their presence in their mothers.
The amigos. The amigos are biounavailable forms of iron, manganese, aluminum and sometimes other minerals that are oxidants and irritants. They are a problem for cats, just as they are for humans. For details, read The Amigos – Iron, Manganese and Aluminum.
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