They may have meant immunoregulin...rather than immunoglobulins?


On Apr 4, 2009, at 10:44 PM, gary wrote:

The vet that said interferon might or might not help, is correct.  I
seriously doubt that your vaccinated cats would "inevitably" become
positive.  It is true that the vaccine is not 100% effective, but the
vaccine combined with the natural immunity that many adult cats have should
keep them fairly safe.  There are, of course, no guarantees.

I haven't used DMG, but have heard many others speak highly of it. I am presently using Moducare. I don't think any of us has any scientific proof as to the efficacy of any of these, there just hasn't been enough study, so
we do what we feel will help.

As for "immunoglobulins", I don't think I have seen anyone mention that here
or on the other FeLV lists, unless, it was called something else.

I don't think I would consider re-homing my negatives, you might be waiting a long time for the positive to be gone, some here have very old positives.


-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of James Rauscher
Sent: Saturday, April 04, 2009 7:28 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Interferon and Vetri-DMG - do these things help?

One of the vets who saw my FeLV+ catOnyx said I could give her interferon, that it may or may not help her, but certainly would not hurt her. Two other vets told me there was nothing to do for her except to wait until she gets sick then put her to sleep. One of them recommended "re-homing" my negative
cats until the positive one dies because they will "inevitably" become
positive as well, even though they are vaccinated.

Another owner of mixed positives and negatives is taking the same route as me in not separating the positives and negatives (vaccinating the negatives)
but also gives her positive kitty something called Vetri-DMG which is
supposedly produced by the body naturally and is an immune system booster.

Does anyone here have experience with these products? The vet who told me to re-home my negatives said immunoglobulins are very expensive and only help
to keep a suffering cat alive. I am very confused - I get a different
opinion from every vet I talk to!


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