Did your vet(s) ever have any luck looking into Virbagen Omega? Unfortunately, it's expensive, but Paolo (one of the first FeLV+ owners who used VO) said that his cat's stomatitis went away after being given the "standard" five day schedule of VO. Does MeMe get human interferon? I don't remember.
Have you ever tried Kitty Kaviar with MeMe? It's just bonito flakes. They have a very powerful smell that really gets Ember worked up. I had to start putting the can in a drawer after she figured out how to pop the top off the can and get what she wanted. I came home one night to find a .5 oz can that was almost new, completely empty. My thinking and hope is that if MeMe does get another URI some time in the future, something like Kitty Kaviar would motivate her to eat. Don't worry about being neurotic. I've been there with Ember. She sneezes a few times, and I start to get watchful. I also don't have any Lysine handy for dealing with URIs, which is kind of dumb, now that I think about it. Lance On Thu, 6 Dec 2007 09:06:18 -0500, "Jane Lyons" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said: > Hi Lance > We gave her the remedy Tuesday night, so I think it is too soon > to judge. She has been eating very well although she sneezed a few > times this morning. That may sound really neurotic, but it took so > long to get rid of her upper respiratory, that the thought of her > sliding > back to a runny nose and loss of appetite is scary. > > If the remedy works for the stomatitis it is usually a gradual reduction > of the redness and inflammation. > > Thanks for thinking of her. I'll let you know how it goes. > > Jane > > On Dec 6, 2007, at 8:15 AM, Lance wrote: > > > Jane, > > > > How is MeMe today? Is the medicine helping her stomatitis? > > > > Lance > > -- > > Lance Linimon > > [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > > > > > -- Lance Linimon [EMAIL PROTECTED]