ticks have been horrible. Thing is I witnessed the event and was all the
sudden. GOod thought. I hope is is a little better in the AM. Vet wants an
update and as of now I would have to say no better no worse. No quality of
life either.

Sally

On Sun, Jun 26, 2011 at 3:22 PM, katskat1 <katsk...@gmail.com> wrote:

> I know several dogs with similar symptoms who ended up having TICK
> PARALYSIS.   I don't know if that happens with cats or not but you
> might want to check.  As soon as the vet used a special tick collar
> called PrevenTix the dog that was completely paralysed was up and
> walking again.  He is now a service dog.
>
> Again, don't know if similar can happen to cats and if there is a
> PrevenTix collar for cats but suggest you check?
>
> Kat
>
> On 6/25/11, Casper <casper...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > After you talk with the vet you will make the right decision. One data
> point
> > is a kitten we rescued a few years ago had the dry form of FIP but was so
> > alert and alive we decide to treat her symptoms till it no longer made
> > sense. Towards the end she lost the use of her back legs and would drag
> > herself around - which sounds pathetic but only if you never met her ...
> she
> > was all kitten in her heart and would joyfully play and have fun. We kept
> > her to a confined area and cleaned up after her several times a day.
> > Towards the end everyday we asked ourselves if she was having more joy
> than
> > discomfort. Of course finally we had to let her go.  Your love for
> IttyBitty
> > will guide you to the right decision.
> >
> > On Jun 25, 2011, at 10:37 AM, Sally Davis <putty...@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >> The clinic called with an update. Not sure it is good news, but he made
> it
> >> through the night. He is still not able to use his hind legs. He did not
> >> eat
> >> this moring but they said there was some interest, Moslty he lays on his
> >> left side and has a head tilt. Any one here with experience with this
> sort
> >> of problem? I am wondering how he will be once he is home. If there is
> >> going
> >> to be no improvement that would not be good. The Vet should be calling
> >> later
> >> any feedback would be a great help.
> >>
> >> And Melinda I hope VooDoo come back soon. I have been in your shoes
> >> before.
> >>
> >> Sally
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