I just have to be totally honest here so that you and Ginger don't go through 
what my little Fletch went through. I didn't make it to the vet on time. Fletch 
died in his crate while I was racing to get him there to stop his suffering. He 
died a horrible death, and I will never ever forget it. Now, none of us can see 
your kitty, or what kind of shape it is in, but please, don't wait to long. 
It's a hard decision because there IS hope for Felv cats. It's a fine line to 
walk. And I think it's very hard, anymore, to find a vet who will actually tell 
you to euthanize. My thoughts are with you. I'm so sorry you and Ginger have to 
go through this.


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On Feb 7, 2012, at 5:39 AM, botha.marin...@gmail.com wrote:

> My vet ordered Interferon and Cyproheptadine. The vet suspects leukemia is 
> already in  kitty's bone marrow. Ginger kitty refuses to eat his food but 
> tried to eat his cat litter last night. What should I do? Euthanasia? I can't 
> see my darling suffer like this! Marinda 
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