Lynne I think you are awesome to offer to take the kitty that was just 
diagnosed felv+.I had a beautiful girl named Maizee Grace that battled 7 
months.She went through chemo and all as a trooper.she didnt win the battle but 
I learned so much from my baby girl and now volunteer at a cat sanctuary for 
felv and fiv cats.I only adopt from there now.I did bring home another 
beaitiful baby girl Genevieve she lost her battle after being home with me for 
4 1/2 months.But She lived at the sanctuary for over a year before that.When I 
had Maizee I did not have these wonderful people on the list to come to.But I 
found them afterwards and they helped me get through my grieving of Maizee and 
now all the losses I experience from volunteering.Good luck with your wonderful 
BooBoo.Bless you!!

Lynne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
          Jane, I think that's a wonderful idea.  I was telling our vet about 
"the good stories" tonight and he was very interested.  We've determined this 
is a really terrific guy we've found.  He's attempting to adopt out a just 
diagnosed FelV cat because as he confided to us tonight, he just loves this cat 
and doesn't want to see her put down.  Like I mentioned, if that is what the 
owners decide to do, we've told him we will take her.
    ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Jane Lyons 
  Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2008 8:05 PM
  Subject: Re: for Lynne - good stories

I've just printed out a bunch of copies of "the good stories". I'm going to   
give them to my vet when I stop in to get DMG tomorrow. Vets should
  have hopeful stories to share with clients who were as devastated as we all 

  Thanks again, Kerry. It was so good of you to put these together.






      On Feb 14, 2008, at 11:49 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Thanks for adding the stories as I remember them when I joined many moons ago.
  It is refreshing to see this again.
  Still say that when the cure or vaccine to help the kitties I will eat a 
piece of Cheesecake as part of celebrating. (I can't stand the stuff...yuck) 
  But will do it for the ones we have lost and for the current ones battling 
this horrible disease. 
  The day will come when a cure will happen but not soon enough for me.
  Bless all of you of caring and loving your Felv kitties!

Terrie Mohr-Forker


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