Hi Jenny,

Sorry to take so long to respond.  I've just been spending every minute I can 
with Wolfie.  I have been calling around and looking into holistic 
alternatives. So far I've found a vet that does herbal stuff and acupuncture.  
I've not yet found anybody that does chiro.  Still waiting to here from the vet 
at Cornell before making any final decisions.  Thanks for the suggestions.


--- On Mon, 7/26/10, jbero tds.net <jb...@tds.net> wrote:

> From: jbero tds.net <jb...@tds.net>
> Subject: [Felvtalk] Wolfie and weakness
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Date: Monday, July 26, 2010, 1:09 PM
> Amy,
> I don't have much input on restricting activity.  In
> general it seems to me
> that once a cat realizes his limitations he'll limit
> himself.  I am not big
> on limiting them.  They generally do that on their
> own.  I guess it's a
> personal opinion.  Certainly something could happen,
> but something could
> happen to any of us.
> I really wanted to see if you would be interested in trying
> a tonic.  It is
> a tonic meant for treatment of cancers, but it has
> properties and benefits
> that extend beyond this.  It has helped various people
> and animals in
> various way.  Noone has ever reported any significant
> negative side effects
> with its use.  It is an herbal tonic consistenting of
> four plant
> derivatives.  I was wondering if it could help a felv
> cat.  It would be
> fantastic to see a reversal of neurologic symptoms.  I
> don't know that it
> would help, but it has done wonders in many settings.
> If you're interested I can send you the list of herbs and
> how to prepare
> it.
> On a different note, I have seen some amazing things with
> acupuncture and
> alignment on dogs and cats.  If the weakness is not
> due to felv, these
> procedures may help.  You'd have to go to an
> alternative vet for that
> though.  I don't know it was just a thought and I
> figured I put it out
> there.
> Jenny
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