I have experienced this twice with friends' kitties (accompanied them to the
specialist). It was related to anorexia (we never did figure out why the one
kitty wasn't eating..the other kitty had dental issues that turned out to be
something else). Both had a feeding tube placed (E tube). From my
understanding, this is an urgent matter.

> ---- Sue & Frank Koren <fs...@roadrunner.com> wrote: 
> > Orlando, my 10 year old FeLV+ began urinating on the bathroom rug just
over a week ago.  I figured out who was doing it on Saturday and got him in
to the vet on Monday.  They tested his urine and blood and the vet called me
today with the results.  She said his liver enzymes are elevated and his
white cell levels are high.  She is going to put him on an antibiotic and
re-do the tests in two weeks.  (When I asked the name of the anti-biotic she
side stepped the question and just said is is a pill wrapped in foil. I am
currently looking for another vet because there is only one vet in this
practice that I fully trust and it is very hard to get to see him.) 
> > Anyway, can anyone tell me what would make his liver enzymes elevated?
The advise I have gotten on this list has proved to be better then the
advise from this particular vet in the past, so I would very much appreciate
any input.
> > 

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