I am always hoping to find someone who has a symptomatic cat who is doing well. How old is Junior? Please tell me a bit about him and how he has made such good progress.

On Jul 27, 2007, at 11:23 AM, Sally Davis wrote:

Hi Glenda,
I live in VA so nowhere near Fort Worth. I thought the duck suit was ridiculous, he is gorgeous on his own merit. I have never had a poly, but several of my kitties came from poly families and their paws look bigger, I always check Spike because her mother was a poly and she looks like she has buds of what could have been extra toes but that is all.
I am so glad you are taking on Catcher's Cause. So may kitties needing home. I can only save one at a time.
I am still amazed at Junior's progress. Last fall I thought he would not survive very long from the FeLV. He has has several infections and it all started with anemia. He felt soooooooooo bad and I did too. Not to mention losing three cats to this horrible disease. My household far exceeded the statistic for cats getting sick with FeLV. I am just lucky that way.(NOT)
Juniors only symptoms that are visible now are enlarged lymph nodes behind his ears, glaucoma from an eye infection, and a permanently dilated eye also from uveitis. He sometimes sounds a little congested but never sneezes. Oh yes and he has hemaetomas in his ears.
I am glad you went to my site. Everyone is welcome to look and join if they like. Eric set it up. The missing pictures are from a lady on another group. He lost some history during an upgrade and she never posted them again.
I hope no news is food news. I am always glad when the group is quiet.

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