I'm sorry to read that Autumn is ill again. I agree with Marylyn that
changing or removing shoes are way better options than Lysol use. 

Does your vet know about ImmunoRegulin? It is a fairly
inexpensive treatment that has had helpful results for some
FeLV+ cats. It is not a cure, but it may help. Interferon alpha is
good option, which I think you may have already checked out. You
might search the list archives for info on ImmunoRegulin. While you're
you might also look for references to fever. I know some people
have had luck controlling their cats' fevers with medication.

Keep up with the NutriCal and Pedialyte, which are good options. Give
her anything she wants to eat (which you probably already do). You and
Autumn are in my prayers.


On Wed, 17 Oct 2007 07:34:24 -0500, "Susan Ang" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Autumn is sick again! Despite all of our precautions which include
> Lysol-ing
> the bottom of our shoes when we  come in from outside. This has been a
> really bad illness for her. She was lethargic Monday afternoon so I 
> checked
> and found one of her glands in her throat swollen. I immediately made a
> vet
> appointment for the next morning.  The next morning she had diarrhea. I
> took
> her in and they did a thorough check. She had the highest fever she's had
> yet, 104.8 ,and every lymph gland in her body is swollen. She doesn't
> want
> to be touched and she's walking like she's stiff and it hurts. She has a
> fighting spirit though and keeps trying to play.She can eat soft food,
> but
> the only way I can perk her up is with NutriCal and Pedialyte.They put
> her
> on the Clavamox again and the vet also wants to add in another antibiotic
> when it comes in. I can tell Autumn is having a tough time swallowing. I
> feel so bad for her. It is becoming apparent to me that we might not win
> this fight for her life. There are no holistic vets near us.
> ~Susan A.
  Lance Linimon

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