I seriously doubt it.  Sheila is very against mixing FELV+ and -, and I
don't think with the polictical climate as it is at this time here I would
be the right one to suggest that to them.   People aren't educated here, and
I am not the one to educate them right now.

On Fri, Feb 22, 2008 at 8:32 AM, Susan Hoffman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
wrote:

> Has anyone suggested getting Duchess vaccinated against FeLV and offering
> these people assistance in placing Tommy while they foster him?
>
>
> *Kelley Saveika <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>* wrote:
>
> Feline Leukemia Kitty Needs Home
> Tommy is a one-year-old orange and white Tabby that came to our apartment
> on a cold and rainy night 5 weeks ago. His cry from being cold, wet and
> hungry filled the silence of the night. When I picked him up I could feel
> his bones and ribs, took him inside and fed him immediately. We opened our
> home and heart to him and he rewarded us with smiles and a gentle kind
> nature. Duchess, our housecat and previous stray, tolerated him but wasn't
> too happy to share her things with him. He humbly accepted his subservient
> role as houseguest. Last week our vet informed us that Tommy was positive
> for the FELV virus and suggested euthanasia. We were shocked and devastated.
> He shows no signs of being sick and we were told he couldn't be around
> Duchess our housecat anymore. We are retired and live in a 1-bedroom
> apartment here in east Texas and have no extra room to confine Tommy while
> we find him a new home. He is being housed at the vets in quarantine and
> time is running out for him. Tommy is not neutered yet but otherwise seems
> to be in good health since we took him in. We love this beautiful, playful
> little doll and are heartsick over this latest death sentence. People aren't
> put to sleep for having a chronic illness so why are these innocent
> beautiful babies abandoned because they aren't in perfect health? I've cried
> buckets of tears for our Tommy, and tried for a week to find him a home as
> his time on this earth is running out. Please, if anyone out there knows who
> we can contact to rescue Tommy, please contact us immediately. He has been
> confined and isolated in this cage for a week now and doesn't understand why
> this is all happening to him!
> Any information for our beloved Tommy would be so appreciated.
> Contact: Ann or Lois Jackson at: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
>
>
> I know Sheila is the closest, but has already turned down this kitty.
> THey obviously love this kitty and I hope some help can be found for them.
> Of course the vet sounds incompetent, to begin with....anyway a little
> help?  I'll be out of pocket til much later in the day...
>
>
>
>
>
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