Grrrreat news!
Speaking of IFA, I just came back from the vet and had my two boyz (Eliot
Spitty and Mr. Tux) retested...I am keeping my fingers crossed. Both are in
super health, I am especially happy that their gums and teeth are in great
shape!  Mr. Tux is a bit overweight, but you'd never know just looking at
him - he's pear-shaped - 15 lbs.  He has to go on a diet!

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Lynda Wilson
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 5:03 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Sabrina updatet

That's absolutely wonderful news! What a great story and such a wonderful 
family with great teenagers.  I bet Eleanor will have a fabulous life. I 
hope she will be IFA negative. That would be a blessing. Thanks for the 
update and let us know the results of the test :)

I'm doing the happy dance for Eleanor!!!

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Pam Norman" <>
To: <>
Sent: Monday, June 06, 2011 3:11 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Sabrina updatet

> Sabrina in one lucky girl.  We had originally hoped & prayed we could find

> someone who would give her a temporary room for the period of time needed 
> for testing to determine whether she could beat this thing. We sent out SO

> many emails & talked to SO many people.  Contacted all the networks we 
> with.  But over the weekend, the golden goose flew over & laid the 
> proverbial egg on us. Not only does Sabrina get a room, she gets a home!
> This is a young couple who live in Spring Green, WI, where Mew Haven & I 
> am. The woman is the daughter of one of my good friends & a nicer, more 
> warm family could never be asked for.  They had two Siamese cats that they

> lost last year so Shelley asked a lot of questions about Sabrina & about 
> the disease.  I told her everything I knew which i s what I posted here 
> initially.  That Sabrina might not live long but on the other hand with 
> good care & a stress free environment, she might beat it & live a long 
> healthy life. Or she might just be a carrier & live many years.  I pointed

> out that there are no guarantees with any pets & that there are FeLeuk 
> kitties that live longer than non-FeLeuk kitties.
> Shelley's & Mark's girls are 13 & 16.  Both Shelley & Mark love cats & so 
> do the girls but it was the girls' decision because losing their Siamese 
> last year had been very hard on them.  I was absolutely fine with that & 
> told Shelley to tell the girls that it is possible that they might have to

> say goodbye sooner than they want but on the other hand this is a chance 
> for both of them to play a huge role in the life of one little special 
> needs cat.  And as it turns out, it's what they want to do!  They are both

> very excited.  And as Vicki, Shelley's mom told me, there could not 
> possibly be a kitty who will be loved more than Sabrina will be.
> But listen to THIS!  The girls wanted to know if it would be  ok if they 
> changed her name to Eleanor.  For Eleanor Roosevelt who was such a strong 
> woman!  Do these kids get it or not?????????!!!!!!  They do!    I am so 
> grateful.
> Sabrina/Eleanor is being spayed this week & will have her IFA done. My 
> friend who works MH with me & I will drive up & get Eleanor a week from 
> today.
> So far so beautifully good!
> Pam
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