My wonderful Dixie, whose first stop we decided what to do with her  
after being tested for FeLV, was at Dr. Boswell, weighed just about  
that much.  She left this world June 12..........I miss her so much.   
A month after she left she sent me a wonderful little boy named  
Copper.  Two weeks later, knowing there was no way one little kitten  
could keep me busy enough, she sent me a second little boy, Thomas  
(don't ask).  Both came from the pine thicket she came from and  
neither wanted to be invited to dinner by  the hawks, dogs, fox,  
coyotes.........

http://horizonvetserv.com is Dr. Mair's website.  Dr. Boswell can be  
reached at 502.499.9663.  You can tell either one that Dixie and I  
sent you.

Again, blessings.
On Oct 12, 2008, at 7:56 PM, Viky Digangi wrote:

> Marylyn,
>
> No I don't think there is a homeopathic vet in my area but I will  
> check into that.  Thank you for responding.  I have never regretted  
> keeping Mickey.  He has brought me so much pleasure and I thank God  
> for every day I have with him.  He is a little black and white  
> tuxedo cat who weighs a whopping 7 pounds.
>
>
> Viky Digangi
> Support Enforcement Officer II
> Monroe Regional Office
> 318-362-5280 ext 297
> Fax 318-362-3363
>
>
>
>>>> Marylyn <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 10/12/08 7:49 PM >>>
> Do you have access to a homeopathic/alternative vet?  If so, check
> about a consultation.  Dixie was treated by both her regular vets and
> an alternative vet.  I credit both with her quality of life.  I am so
> very grateful he has had so long with you and hope he has many more.
> You are definately doing something very right.  Know that in your
> heart and in your mind.
> On Oct 12, 2008, at 7:44 PM, Viky Digangi wrote:
>
>> I adopted Mickey when he was about 5 months old and found out he was
>> positive for felv.  For 8 years he displayed no signs of the virus
>> until last December when he fell in the garage about 8 feet and did
>> not land on his feet. Although he was not seriously hurt this
>> apparently triggered something with the virus.  He became lethargic
>> and would not eat.  My vet at the time began a series of the immuno
>> regulen shots and after about 3 months began giving them to him
>> every two weeks.
>>
>> Last week I awoke to find flood all over my bed and followed the
>> trail of blood drops through the house to Mickey.  He had an adenoma
>> on his back leg (which I had not noticed) which burst open.  I took
>> him to the vet I currently have and he said normally he would
>> perform surgery to remove it but in Mickey's condition surgery would
>> be dangerous for him.  The adenoma had stopped bleeding by now so I
>> said ok.  It was fine all week until yesterday and it burst open
>> again.  He cannot keep losing blood this way and I was wondering if
>> anyone else had encountered a situation like this.    I thought of
>> asking my vet if he would switch Mickey to prednisone to see if that
>> would promote healing.
>>
>> Any suggestions?
>>
>>
>> Viky Digangi
>>
>> Viky Digangi
>> Support Enforcement Officer II
>> Monroe Regional Office
>> 318-362-5280 ext 297
>> Fax 318-362-3363
>>
>>
>>
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