Hello Cat Lover!

I just got this information after I sent out the last
newsletter, so I am sending it now as a special notice.

Do you know how to keep your pet healthy, prevent
disease, and extend the life of your pet?

The reason I ask is because I'm inviting you to a special
online training call this Thursday, April 30, by Dr.
Andrew Jones. There is no cost to attend.

Dr. Jones will be revealing some of his Veterinary Secrets
and releasing his Complete Home Study Multimedia Course

Plus you'll find out how to NATURALLY treat
Allergies, Cancer, Arthritis and Ear Infections.

See these important details below:

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Date: Thursday April 30 at 6PM Pacific ( 9PM Eastern )

To register go here: http://bit.ly/sWrHm

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On this 90-min. teleseminar (or webcast), you'll discover
not only how to treat your pet at home, but you'll also learn...

Natural alternatives for Heartworm prevention-
What you can give for Fleas and Ticks
that won't harm your cat (or dog).

The TRUTH behind Vaccines - How to avoid the
disastrous side effects, and the Vaccine
regimen Dr. Jones advises for your cat (or dog).

The TOP ways to prevent disease.
This is must-know material if your pet is to stay
healthy and live a long and fulfilled life.

The best diets for your pet
- Dr. Jones can show you what to feed, how to choose
a quality pet food, which supplements to give,
and the safest treats to use.

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Date: Thursday April 30 at 6PM Pacific ( 9PM Eastern)

Again, to register, go here: http://bit.ly/sWrHm

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This is important...

Dr. Jones also is giving all registrants a Bonus Report,
"The Veterinary Code," in which he reveals the
Vaccine Code, Foods that Heal and Foods that
Harm, Remedies for Heartworm and Fleas, plus
Cancer Prevention and Holistic Cures.

There are only 500 lines available, so register early
to guarantee your spot and claim Your Fr.ee Bonus Report.

Hope to "see" you on the call, or on the webcast.

[Note: the teleseminar is by telephone, and long distance
charges may apply. I plan to attend by webcast... no
cost at all. If your computer can access the webcast,
you might want to do that... however, you may not be
able to ask questions during the call. Plus, it's been
my experience that when the telephone lines fill up and
you can't get in, go to the webcast, where there usually
is no "seating" limit.]