I have a friend in New York who goes to North Carolina every year to get visit the perelandra place - she loves their remedies.


On Nov 10, 2007, at 12:08 PM, Marylyn wrote:

I haven't followed a lot of this but did ask one of my holistic vets about essences. She prefers Perelandra (www.perelandra- ltd.com ) over Bach. I have included the website in case you want to check it out. I know I will be since I am hooked on Bach right now.

Good luck.

If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal likewise with their fellow man. St. Francis
----- Original Message -----
From: laurieskatz
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 12:14 PM
Subject: Re: We are having issues

THANK-YOU UU, I have these issues here and have been at my wit's end.
----- Original Message -----
From: Unusually Unique
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Friday, November 09, 2007 10:01 AM
Subject: Re: We are having issues

I'm new here but I think I might be able to help. I was having a similiar issue with my kids. Waco, 9 yr old siamese who we are pretty sure is FeLV+ started getting real aggressive with 2 of my other weaker, sick cats. Yota, 8 yr old siamese, FeLV+ and Jake, 14 yr old orange tabby with an injured paw. I've been doing a lot of research into holistic treatments of FeLV because I had 2 vets tell me there is nothing that can be done for Yota (lympathic leukemia). I was at Good Earth (the natural/herb store) and was talking with a very nice sales lady and I happened to mention Waco's aggressive behavior. She suggested using a flower essense called "Vine Essence". According to the book we were looking at it helps with "domination" issues. It helps cats who feel the need to pick on weaker, sick or smaller cats. She suggested putting it in their water or diliuting it and rubbing it on their ears when getting some luvs from you. She also told me that it would not affect the other cats if I put it in their water. The essenses only affect the one with "issues". I also found an article that might help you if this is something your considering :http:// findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m0ISW/is_2002_June/ai_86387597 . All I know is that I used it and it worked. Now when Waco starts playing "I AM ALPHA CAT" I either rub some on his ears or put a couple of drops in his liquid vitamins and all that goes in a dropper straight down the hatch! And I hate to say this but you might have Penelope checked out. She could be sick or having issues your not aware of yet. Usually the alpha cats will harrass the weak or sick. Out in the wild these animals would be killed by the alpha. Just something to think about.

Also, I was wondering what if any kind of treatments are you giving your FeLV+ cat?

----- Original Message ----
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Thursday, November 8, 2007 7:56:13 PM
Subject: We are having issues

Ok, guys. I hope someone can figure this situation out, because I'm at my wit's end. Two of my girls are NOT getting along, and I don't know what to do. Penelope (FeLV negative, 2 years old, very standoffish personality, not a "friendly" type cat, doesn't want to be held, only wants attention when SHE wants it, a loner, etc) and Grizzabella (FeLV positive, 7 years old, very friendly, never met a stranger, not so much a lap cat, but doesn't mind being petted and isn't afraid of strangers at all) are constantly at each other. : ( They never really "liked" each other, but the last few months it has gotten progressively worse. To the point that Penelope is afraid to come out of the bedroom. She was pooping/peeing under the bed. And I know it was just because she was afraid of Grizzabella and wouldn't come out of the bedroom. We finally had to put a litterbox in there for her, and food/water.

What I have noticed is they seem to attack each other, depending on their mood, but one always jumps the other. They can't even pass in the hall without fighting, and I don't know what to do. There doesn't seem to be any precursor/cuase. All it seems to take is one of them seeing the other and they're off. I'm really worried Bella is going to end up scratching Penny and infecting her. Right now when they start I just put Bella in the guestroom for a few hours so Penelope can come out of the bedroom, and then when we leave of the morning I let Bella out and Penelope spends the day in the bedroom. Any of you guys had any success with behavior modification? I welcome any thoughts/ideas on what has worked for you guys in the past. Poppy, the third one in the house proper, gets along with both of them, for the most part. I've seen Poppy jump Penny a time or two, but certainly nothing like the other two. :( Penny and Poppy do well together most of the time (they both sleep in my bed at night). Any ideas?

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