Susan, I like _The New Natural Cat_ by Anitra Frazier. I don't agree with everything that she says, for example, how she views feeding, but that's just my take on it. It's still an excellent book. As with anything you read here, it's a good idea to discuss anything you'd like to pursue that you read in the book with an allopathic or homeopathic vet.
You might also consider joining this Yahoo! group: <http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FeLVPositiveCats/> I co-mod the list with several others, and while it's quiet sometimes, it's been more active over the last few months. I check it daily to see if there are any new posts that need replies. Lance On Thu, 27 Sep 2007 10:23:19 -0500, "Susan Ang" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said: > What are some other resources people use? I was surprised to find there > aren't any books on FeLV - at least none I could find. Are there other > places out there on the web that people frequent for info? I'm one of > those > people who read and read and read on a subject that bothers me. I am > working > on finding a holistic vet for Autumn. > I just want to learn as much as I can. Any responses are appreciated:-) > Autumn is doing great - so playful. My husband and I just worry she might > get sick again once the antibiotics stop. Her lymph nodes seem to stay a > bit > swollen, though not as much as they had been. > ~Susan A. -- Lance Linimon [EMAIL PROTECTED]