I know, that's why I'm so shocked myself. I haven't spoken with my vet; he left 
me a voice mail yesterday while I was at work and I didn't have time to call 
him back, since we were swamped with folks desperate to surrender their pets 
before Christmas ("I need presents for my kids, so I can't afford to feed my 
dog!"). All he said was that it was related to some legal issue, and no one in 
the state is currently able to get it. Frustrating. The vitamin C thing is 
interesting; I'll have to run that by him.
I'm not far from the GA-AL line...I wonder if I could bring her to Alabama if 
it's available there. I'm just desperate to do SOMETHING while she's still 
healthy. Her brother is gone and I just can't lose her.

--- On Fri, 12/11/09, Alice Flowers <aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

From: Alice Flowers <aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net>
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Help - I can't get LTCI in Georgia!
To: "felvtalk@felineleukemia.org" <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
Date: Friday, December 11, 2009, 1:28 PM

I am shocked that your vet cannot order it. It's not even a "drug" per se. 
Perhaps your vet can contact another vet that can order it? My vet is the 
"Sacramento Cat Hospital" and if you google it, they have a website with all 
their contact info. As I type this, Rosie has Murphy in a headlock and is 
trying to bite his eye....he has these huge persian-like eyeballs and fluffy 
hair-she is a sleek tabby from a feral colony and loves to terrorize him these 
days even though she's half his size. I believe they'd both be dead if we 
hadn't begun the Imulan before they began crashing like Rosie's 4 brothers did. 
(The 4 brothers didn't see their 1st birthday.) These two have so much 
energy-galloping up and down the hall-one minute she's chasing him and then 
when they reverse directions-he's chasing her! I absolutely love it-not a 
sneeze or a sniffle since Sept, when they were constantly sick before the 
treatments. Rosie is 16 months old, Murphy just a few months
more. I am only giving the subq injection every 6 weeks now. (It was once a 
week for 4 weeks in the beginning, then 2 weeks, 4 weeks etc). If I didn't have 
the Imulan, I have been reading alot of great things about the IV vitamin C 
therapy-I just read an article that said it cured a bad case of H1N1 in a 
human-but I didn't try to verify it-there is alot of information out there on 
the IV vitamin C-I do believe it is worth checking into. 
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