Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a previously fatal viral disease caused by a strain of virus called feline coronavirus (FCoV).
The following is from a customer who wants to share her experience with this potentially fatal disease.
“I adopted two kittens in May of 2019, Mika on the left and Chester on the right. Mika was diagnosed with FIP in July 2019 and succumbed in a few weeks since we did not know about the cure. Chester was diagnosed with FIP on December 2, 2019 at an emergency clinic, Capital District Veterinary Referral Hospital in Latham, New York, where they knew about the cure (my regular vet is Dr. Stone at Bloomingrove Veterinary Hospital). I began treating Chester with Mutian Capsules on December 5, 2019. He was noticeably better in days and almost back to normal in weeks. On February 26, 2020, Chester completed the prescribed 12‐week treatment and completed the post‐treatment observation period on May 19, 2020. He is now considered cured.
Thanks to this treatment, Chester is still alive and likely to stay that way. I do not want others to lose their cats when they have an option to treat them. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. I am happy to help anyone who would like to speak with someone with first‐hand experience with this treatment.”
Adopted May 17, 2019
“Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP) is a previously fatal viral disease caused by a strain of virus called feline coronavirus (FCoV). In 2019, Dr. Niels Pedersen of University of California, Davis published the results of a clinical trial that cured many of the participating cats https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6435921/. Unfortunately, the drug is not available through normal channels but what is sold as the same drug is available as a nutritional supplement at www.mutian.com
In addition, they offer a guarantee if a cat relapses in the first few months after treatment (when all replaces have occurred) and support from their veterinarians on a Facebook page, FIP Treatment with Mutian. Either way, many cats are now being cured from what was recently fatal in a matter of weeks or months from diagnosis. Since it is not available through normal channels, many veterinarians are unaware of it.”