IF THIS LITTLE GUY CAN SURVIVE ALL THE PILLS (OR YOU FOR THAT MATTER), HE 
DESERVES TO LIVE A LONG LIFE.  I HAVE TROUBLE GETTING 1 PILL DOWN MY GUYS.
---- Beth <create_me_...@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> Awww. Thanks for the update. I know how much you love them. Hope he is loving 
> on you tonight.
> 
> Beth
> Dont Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org   
> 
> --- On Fri, 10/22/10, Alice Flowers <aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net> wrote:
> 
> From: Alice Flowers <aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net>
> Subject: [Felvtalk] Murphy is improving!! Beginning to eat on his own!!!
> To: "felvtalk@felineleukemia.org" <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org>
> Date: Friday, October 22, 2010, 12:07 AM
> 
> Wooo Hooo!! Before I left for work this morning, I gave him his meds 
> (Interferon 
> 1cc into the mouth, and the capsules-one with doxy and cypro, one with lasix 
> and 
> 1/2 pred, I fill the extra space in those capsules with powdered Lysine, and 
> one 
> cap with Rutin, so his am is 3 capsules and in the pm he gets one more with 
> iron). Washed it down with unflavored Pedialyte and then 3 syringes (I use 
> the 
> 3cc) of watered down AD food from the vet. I left instructions for Glenn and 
> my 
> son Corey to try to give him some food and Pedialyte throughout the day. When 
> I 
> got home tonight he came wobbling out into the kitchen to greet me!! I 
> am ecstatic at this point. I gave him his meds and fixed some food, some 
> fancy 
> feast and another dish of AD. I put him up on the counter (I have to feed 
> above 
> Aussie height!) in the spare bathroom and he worked on the fancy feast for 
> awhile. He came into the kitchen for some kitty treats, then laid down for 
> quite 
> awhile. When he woke up, I carried him into the bathroom where the litter box 
> was (we took the cover off of it) and he went in by himself!! He is still 
> real 
> wobbly and spends most of the time lying down, but he is more alert and 
> wanting 
> to spend time near us, not in the dark spare room. A little while ago I felt 
> something brush my legs, I looked down expecting Rosie but it was Murphy!! He 
> laid down quickly and I sat on the floor petting him and talking to him. 
> He'll 
> get another 21 units of  Procrit tomorrow night. Man, all of your purrayers 
> are 
> working!! Hopefully he is going to keep improving, good thing they have 9 
> lives. 
> Another funny thing-last night when I walked past Rosie, she reached out and 
> smacked my leg. I turned around and walked past her to see what she was 
> trying 
> to do and she smacked me again!! I think she is feeling neglected!! I haven't 
> spent much time with her since Monday with all the worrying about Murphy. So 
> tonight I have been playing with her-she likes to race ahead of you and do a 
> forward roll, flop over on her back and have you rub her tummy! Thanks for 
> all 
> of your purrayers and kind thoughts. This is a battle not easily won and 
> these 
> little victories are sadly temporary for the most part, but I am grateful for 
> every day. I just want the last 2 kitties to be with us longer, it hurts so 
> much.   Your friends, Alice, Glenn and the kids Rosie n Murphy  
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