Hey Robert, you almost gave this poor old lady a heart attack :-)

Lorrie

On 03-08, ROBERT CHAPEL wrote:
> Funny you should mention that Jen because I DID have several recordings 
> last season when the problem was substantially worse... Of course I 
> couldn't locate them when I brought him to the vet...but that is the 
> best answer to my dilemna...  The Sound is definitely pronounced enough 
> to record well... The other day I stuck a large knife in his side to see 
> if the fluid would come out but all I got was blood.....my bad... really 
> did little to help the problem....
> ( I AM JUST KIDDING FOLKS!!!!!..HONEST !!!!!  : ).... Looks like I have 
> some homework to do again on Airway issues in Kitties...
> 
> 
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> >Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2017 20:42:26 -0600
> >From: Tina Terrell To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> >Subject: [Felvtalk] My Charlie
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> >Hello,
> > What antibiotics seem to help FELV cats the most?Also, my Charlie 
> >seems to
> >respond well to Predisolone. Longterm ?
> >Thank you in advance
> >Blessings
> >Tina
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> >Date: Mon, 6 Mar 2017 21:57:21 -0600
> >From: Jennifer Olson To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> >Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Fluid in Lungs or Airway...
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> >Bob,
> >Have you tried to record the sounds of his breathing to replay for a 
> >vet?
> >Suppose you told them about past episodes & effects of thorough 
> >cleaning?
> >Jen
> >
> >On Mar 6, 2017 8:33 PM, "ROBERT CHAPEL"  wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >>Hello All:
> >>
> >>My remaining boy ( Magellin aka  " Jelly " ) has some kind of fluid 
> >>either
> >>in his lungs or in his trachea... The oddest thing is that despite my
> >>hearing it ALL the time ( and even frequently cupping him to get him 
> >>to
> >>cough and clear it a bit) 2 Vets have failed to hear it ( and... in 
> >>fact...
> >>it seems to disappear when I've taken him somewhere to "show" them 
> >>what I'm
> >>talking about)... possibly adrenaline from being anxious about being 
> >>in the
> >>car and a new environment dries it up temporarily.. just like we get 
> >>dry
> >>mouths when we are scared??  It concerns me even though it's not 
> >>currently
> >>causing him a lot of distress.... it's just very disconcerting when I 
> >>hear
> >>him gurgling as he eats his dinner or as he sleeps because I simply 
> >>don't
> >>know what it is and if there is something I should be addressing 
> >>before it
> >>gets worse...   When I first got him he appeared to have an asthma 
> >>like
> >>condition with multiple attacks of a kind of " hacking"  each day....
> >>Interestingly that was last March as well ( when I first got him.... 
> >>almost
> >>to the day today..... along his little but older "brother" who lasted 
> >>just
> >>under a year with me despite many many trips to vets and multiple 
> >>meds
> >>nearly the entire time I had him....  I call him little because he 
> >>failed
> >>to thrive from the  get go...a poster cat for bad FeLV)   I still 
> >>feel his
> >>loss and I will be devastated if I were to lose this guy over 
> >>something I
> >>could have done something about.....   The asthma like condition went 
> >>away
> >>after I gave the rugs a thorough cleaning, moved all the furniture 
> >>away
> >>from the walls and vacuumed and cleaned... got rid of as much dust as 
> >>I
> >>could.... I did so many damn things I'd be hard pressed to know which 
> >>( if
> >>any) were the most useful...could have been simply that when I was 
> >>finally
> >>able to open the windows THAT did it...   All that said.... just 
> >>wondering
> >>if anyone has had such symptoms with a cat ( sounds like one of us 
> >>might
> >>sound after a bad chest cold just as the mucuus is loosening up... 
> >>but
> >>instead of getting better it simply stays at the same level.... 
> >>Anyone
> >>have experience with using nebulizers with cats ( and yes I've done 
> >>the
> >>bathroom shower thing...  thats a bit wasteful....)....    I'm 
> >>actually
> >>wondering about these new " Vape things... ie... if I were to add a 
> >>small
> >>dose of medication to it....  they produce a HUGE amount of vapor and 
> >>could
> >>be a LOT cheaper than a nebulizer.....  Wondering also if anyone has 
> >>ever
> >>given a cat a small dose of a mucolytic medication with what 
> >>result.???
> >>Ultimately I'll do a chest Xray but... these are rather pricey and 
> >>it's
> >>spring "wedding" time now....  another cash outlay.... Though I won't 
> >>hold
> >>off if it gets worse... I've just been home a LOT lately and have 
> >>been
> >>hearing it all day long many days....
> >>The little guy is still playful , energetic, eats well ,poops and 
> >>pees
> >>normally and is his same ultra sociable self... I just don't want to 
> >>ignore
> >>something I really should possible be paying more attention to.....
> >>
> >>thanks for any suggestions and experience...
> >>
> >>Bob
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> >Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2017 17:26:29 +0000
> >From: Amani Oakley To: "felvtalk@felineleukemia.org" Subject: Re: 
> >[Felvtalk] My Charlie
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> >Hi Tina
> >
> >I would recommend Doxycyline as an antibiotic for FeLV cats.
> >
> >Amani
> >
> >From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf 
> >Of Tina Terrell
> >Sent: March-06-17 9:42 PM
> >To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> >Subject: [Felvtalk] My Charlie
> >
> >Hello,
> > What antibiotics seem to help FELV cats the most?Also, my Charlie 
> >seems to respond well to Predisolone. Longterm ?
> >Thank you in advance
> >Blessings
> >Tina
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