First off, I'd like to thank you for keeping this little one despite all of 
your other demands.  Then, has your vet done any fecal testing?  Maggie could 
possibly only need some antibiotic or antiparasitic...

Other than that, the wonderful people here will tell you to feed her a good 
quality diet and keep her life as stress free as possible.  Your kitten could 
conceiveably live a good, long life.  Best of luck to you and your family.

Debbie (COL)
"The time is always right to do what is right" -  Martin Luther King

> Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2009 07:05:57 -0700
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> Subject: [Felvtalk] Advice on 9 month old FELV + kitty
> I am sure you have covered this a thousand times but I haven't been on here 
> all that long and am very far behind on reading the emails. I have a newborn 
> and work and times get hectic, sorry.
> We adopted a kitten that after a neg test later turned out to be pos. We love 
> her so we are keeping her. The clinics around us usually recommend euthanasia 
> and don't have a ton of experience treating pos cats. We have a neg cat 12 
> years old as well. 
> My problem is that Maggie goes through boughts of what I call horribly smelly 
> Pancake batter poops. They are very watery and smell very foul. During these 
> times she acts as though she is not feeling well ( I wouldn't either if that 
> came out of my bottom). I would like to know what stuff seems to work best 
> and what stuff to avoid. I asked my vet about interferon to build immune, she 
> didn't seem very knowledgeable about it but prescribed it anyway. Seems like 
> the diarrhea has been worse since she got on it and it is $40 plus shipping a 
> month. 
> Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. I hate seeing her miserable.
> Thanks,
> Tanya 
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