I'm so happy for you!!!!!!!:):)

On Feb 8, 2008 7:45 AM,  <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Just wanted to bring a positive note to you all.
>  I took my FeLV girl Minstrel to the vet last week to check her mouth cos
> she was showing dental signs. I'd had her checked at New Year just before
> Buddy (FIV+) passed away and her gums were a little inflammed but not
> severe. Last Friday she had 3 wobbly teeth and red gums so she'd had root
> infection travel down. The vet said the pathology looked like what any cat
> can get and not specifically just related to FeLV. She had 5 teeth out on
> Tuesday and came home trying to get in the bag of cat biscuits bless her -
> but she is eating well soft food complete with antibiotics sprinkled over
> and some painkiller for couple of days. Anyway, whilst she was having pre-op
> bloods taken I asked them to re-check her FeLV status as I know
> occassionally cats can rid themselves of the virus and I just wanted to know
> either way. The vet phoned this morning whenthe blood results came back from
> the lab and Minstral is now FeLV negative :-) I didn't know whether to laugh
> or cry but I think I'll be opening the champagne tonight. I could now even
> consider introducing a new cat into the house (would obviously have to be
> FeLV - though but would mean Minstrel has company when I'm at work - and
> helping any cat is better than helping none. Need to book leave from work
> and consider carefully before that though - but what a nice surprise.
>  hugs and good wishes to all your kitties xxx
>  Michelle, Minstrel, Angel Buddy & Angel Bramble
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