I just sent the website for Dr. Mair and the phone number for Dr.  
Boswell.  If you don't get them soon, please email again.  I love them  
both.
On Oct 12, 2008, at 8:12 PM, Laurieskatz wrote:

> Wondering, do you have phone numbers?
> If not, I am sure they can be located.
> Thanks for this info!
> Laurie
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Marylyn
> Sent: Sunday, October 12, 2008 8:09 PM
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Help my Mickey
>
> If you don't have one I know of two that do phone consultations.  I
> prefer to have my friends checked out personally but Dr. EA Boswell
> (Louisville, Ky)  is the alternative vet for my two little ones and
> has been for several who have left this world.  My regular vets
> referred me to her in 1996.  Dr. Susan Maier, Simpsonville, Ky. is
> another very good alternative vet.  Both hold DVMs but chose to
> practice holistically.  Dr. Boswell is well known in show horse
> circles and has worked with the Louisville Zoo.  Both are very well
> qualified and respected.
> 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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