I must be extremely lucky because I have never had a problem with anything 
except fleas on my ferals and dump cats.  Thank God because just giving Annie 
her meds is a torture supreme.  She does not like it and you would be amazed 
how active a sick cat can be when she does not want to take her meds.

---- Amani Oakley <aoak...@oakleylegal.com> wrote: 
> I use Revolution for fleas, which also is wonderful for ear mites. I have 
> never dealt with skin mites, so I don’t know if Revolution would treat those 
> as well, so check that out. Revolution is really great to apply as well, 
> because you just apply the contents of the tiny container onto the back of 
> the cat’s neck – very simple and very effective.
> 
> Amani
> 
> From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of 
> Jennifer Olson
> Sent: February-10-17 8:30 PM
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org; Margo
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] age
> 
> MN.  Right now I'm about to switch from oral ivermectin to Feline Advantage 
> Multi.
> His fur appears to be growing back, and he must be scratching less because 
> nearly all of the scabs/ bumps are gone- BUT it would be nice to destroy the 
> mites FASTER, & without the nasty tasting oral.
> Your thoughts?
> Jen
> 
> On Feb 9, 2017 4:42 PM, "Margo" 
> <toomanykitti...@earthlink.net<mailto:toomanykitti...@earthlink.net>> wrote:
> Hi Jennifer,
> 
>             Thank you for taking him :)
> 
>             What are you using to treat him for mites and worms? It shouldn't 
> be difficult to keep them under control after initial treatment, so is 
> something else going on?
> 
>             Where are you? No need to be specific, just general area, and 
> maybe someone can offer more "local" advice. V take FeLV+ cats.
> 
> Margo
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jennifer Olson
> Sent: Feb 9, 2017 2:58 PM
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org<mailto:felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] age
> On Dec 22nd, 2016 an ADORABLE young male kitty arrived crying @ our home. We 
> already have 3 cats & a dog, so we tried to find him a home. After a month, 
> and having allowed him inside (kept seperate from our zoo) due to lethally 
> cold weather, we decided he was here to stay. I was DEVASTATED when he tested 
> positive for FeLV. My problem isn't whether to give him a chance at as long 
> of a happy life he may have ahead of him, but HOW !  We can't keep him alone 
> in the basement bedroom forever, there isn't even a decent sized window for 
> him & my heart breaks that the only time I can give him is to sleep by him at 
> night. The few times I check in on him during the day are so brief! He has 
> SUCH character, and is SO handsome. I don't know how he ended up at our home, 
> unless he was dumped or left a nearby farm.
> WHERE are the rescue agencies for FeLV+ cats ? ? ? Currently I'm treating him 
> for skin mites (has ear mites TOO) so he MIGHT be deemed "adoptable" at a 
> shelter that does try adopting out FeLV+ cats. The precautions necessary to 
> keep the mites, FeLV, oh yes- AND worms (had to treat EVERYONE) from 
> spreading is also wearing me out.
> CAN  ANYONE  HELP  US ?
> 
> On Feb 8, 2017 5:12 PM, <dlg...@windstream.net<mailto:dlg...@windstream.net>> 
> wrote:
> My Annie is now 9 years old and was diagnosed as positive when I got her at 
> age 4.  She recently started sneezing and had runny eyes so off to the vet we 
> went.  She gave her a shot of antibiotic and some more to take at home.  She 
> seems to be improving, no more sniffles or runny eyes.  So far the discharges 
> have been clear but I did not want to wait a few days to be sure.  He other 
> problem is a lame left front leg.  It is not broken and the vet thinks she 
> probably sprained it when jumping dow from high places, which she does a lot 
> trying to avoid Harley who is a real pest these winter days.  If he cannot 
> get outside, he is a terrorist on 4 legs, knocks things down, over, stares at 
> me.
> 
> ---- Marlene Snowman <tessie1...@icloud.com<mailto:tessie1...@icloud.com>> 
> wrote:
> > Hi Sheila, my little Bear is 1.5 years old and I've had her since she was a 
> > little more than 1 month old. She was very ill and tested positive from 
> > entry into my life. She appears healthy with good appetite with the 
> > exception of a nasal infection that the vet has been unable to remedy.
> >
> > I have no other personal experience with Felv although I have work 
> > colleagues who have cats that are 6 years old and appearing healthy.
> >
> > I'm hoping that all our fur babies have longevity and a quality of life too.
> >
> > Marlene
> >
> > Sent from my iPhone
> >
> > > On Feb 8, 2017, at 4:22 PM, Armstrong-Brown, Sheila DDS Timonium 
> > > <sheila.armstrong-br...@ssa.gov<mailto:sheila.armstrong-br...@ssa.gov>> 
> > > wrote:
> > >
> > > I am learning a lot about FELV cats since I found my Skylar.  Just 
> > > wondering about how old is the oldest cat that lived with it.  I had the 
> > > IFA test done and that is positive also even though he is perfectly 
> > > healthy at the moment.  He will be 2 years old this month, I found him a 
> > > year ago.
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > > HOOT
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