Hi As soon as Junior and Tiny tested positive and I was able to set up the injcetions at the vet's office both received it. Tiny was asymptomatic and Junior had been through a lot, including anemia, uvetis, a URI, and recurring fevers. Junior is still with me over a year later. I may put him back on it as a monthly subQ injection. Right now I am just feeding him as healthy as I can. Tiny died a month and a half after DX. He never really seemed sick and it is likely the sudden death was unrelated to the FELV. I would go ahead and give your kitty the IR now.
Sally On Feb 8, 2008 9:32 PM, Sue & Frank Koren <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > When is the best time to start Immuno-Regulin? When they still have no > symptoms? I can still hardly believe Buzz has this horrible disease. He > seems so healthy and loves to play and has a great appetite. How often do > the success stories like Minstrels come along? These postings have so much > new information and the internet sights have so much conflicting information > that it is hard to know what to think. I just know the little guy cleaning > himself in my lap right now deserves all I can do for him. > Does anyone know if a lot of playing exercise is good for a FeLV + cat? He > chases his toys so hard that he gets out of breath sometimes. > Buzz had some vaccinations about a month ago, is he still in danger? > I have always had cats but this is so new and I feel so ignorant. I am so > glad for this site, I have already learned more real information that seems > like it will actually help Buzz then from all the reading I've done for the > last several weeks since I learned he was FeLV positive. > Thank you everybody for all your advise. > -- Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior, Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily, Daisy, Pewter, Junior Junior (newest) , Silver, and Spike Please Visit my Message board for some pictures. You are welcome to sign up. http://www.k6az.com/ki4spk/index.php?sid=c57c00cf5804ef13853ed6e77a68eed3