Transfer Factor is well known to the list Lynne. Many people are using it with great results.
Karen can talk about it openly on the list. It is a great product.
Best
Jane
On Feb 20, 2008, at 10:20 AM, Lynne wrote:

You are absolutely correct Jane. Again, it's called Transfer Factor. I am desparate so am willing to put out a few extra bucks but you are totally
correct about us being vulnerable and easy prey for some unscrupulous
vendors.

Lynne
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jane Lyons" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 10:02 AM
Subject: Re: Holistic Vets


Why doesn't Karen come onto the list and share Factor One?
I think there are rules that prevent soliciting products on a list
such as this.
We are all vulnerable, and subject to wishful thinking.
I hope that Factor One is a remedy, but I think that it should be
made available
to the list, and to our vets. This list should be transparent. (IMHO)
Jane






On Feb 20, 2008, at 9:41 AM, Sue Koren wrote:

Lynne, I know what you mean about the vets - my vet acted like she
thinks I'm a pain for even asking about preventative measures. And
it has always seemed like they considered dogs to be more
importent.  WE know better.
What is the Factor One and what is it suppose to do? Buzz is still
pretty healthy and I would sure like to keep him that way.  He
worries me when he pants when he plays, though.
Sue

---- Lynne <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

=============
Sue, I spoke with Karen at length last night and she recommended
something
called Factor One.  I'm gonna call the supplier today.  My vet has
now told
me that interferon will not help BooBoo as it is too late.  I've
decided
that I will do what I can within reason to help BooBoo keep
comfortable.
I've had to stop the Doxycycline because it is too stressful for him.
Perhaps we can restart it next week if he's better or if the
culture comes
back suggesting another antibiotic I'll try that.  Our vet is a
really nice
guy but is not encouraging and it seems like now he does not want
to do
anything unless we tell him what to do.  He's concerned I suppose
about the
expense of all this treatment and the inevitable results.

Good luck with the Holistic vet. Around here this disease seems like
something that has not interested a lot of vets and they just
euthanize,
which is shameful.  Also, a lot of vets seem to be more interested
in dogs
than cats, probably because there are so many feral cats around and
they are
causing problems.

Lynne
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sue Koren" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
To: "FeLV Talk" <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2008 8:25 AM
Subject: Holistic Vets


Hi, All -
First off, Lynn, I am so glad to hear Boo Boo is doing better.  I
had a
cat who had fluid removed and she did not do anywhere near so well
afterwards.  Don't give up on that little fighter any time soon!
I am thinking about taking Buzz to a Holistic Vet.  When I
questioned my
regular vet about Immuno-Regulin and Interferon she said she had
not heard
of much success with those things and said I might want to consider a
Holistic Vet.  I e-mailed one and asked if they could do anything
for a
FeLV+ cat that would be peventative and might help them throw the
virus.  It
is quite a distance from my home and I don't want to put Buzz
through the
stress of the trip if it won't do him any good.
Sue











Reply via email to