Hey Terrie,
Hope this email finds you well and your mother doing well also.  I'm sorry to 
hear about her.  This has been a tough year for a lot of us.  I have done a 
horrible job of keeping up with the list due to all that's gone on in my life 
in the last year, and frankly, I'm just glad that I'm fixing to start a new one 
(years go August to July for us Edumacators...lol).  I have missed seeing you 
here, as well as some of the other long-time members.
Keep us posted on your mom, and prayers going out for her as well as you and 
your family.
 "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change 
the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has!"     ~~~ Margaret Meade 

----- Original Message ----
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2008 10:56:59 AM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Welcome to new members and saying Hello

Hi all,
Sorry I haven't posted much these days.
I've been busy as hell in rescue. 
Cats/kittens are coming out of the woodwork!
The fact my mother is dying as well. Doctors are only giving her 1-3 months to 
She is still young (66 will be 67 on August 2nd) 
If she hangs on we will be throwing a B-B-Q Birthday for her.
She had us kids when she was young and still got her education as she promised 
my grandparents. My parents were in the military and retired Lab/Dog and 
Siamese Cat breeders. They were respected and recognized in WA. state. 
We traveled the world as youngsters as well.
I'm 50 years old.
I wanted to let those of you know I'm so sorry to hear of your precious kitties 
that have went to the bridge. The day will come when you will be together again.
For you new members this is the best group of people to get support and 
knowledge from.
They have helped me with my FELV kitties and Non-FELV kitties.
Thank you to those that have decided to let their kitties live regardless of 
what their Vets have said.
I have to tell you I have mix both Felv/Non-Felv kitties in my home. 
Nobody that was negative has died from FELV. 
They died of old age or other illnesses.
I do get their vaccinations when needed.
There are some that do separate the Felvs from the Non-Felvs on this group.
Anyway enjoy your kitties.
Many can live for years then others like my Taz didn't make it pass 2 years old.
Good food and love is the key factor here.


Terrie Mohr-Forker

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