I'm a big fan of Standard Process products thanks to my holistic vet and my regular vet.
On Feb 17, 2012, at 5:05 PM, Kathryn Hargreaves wrote:

How about using Standard Process Feline Immune System Support (and Feline Whole Body Support) instead of Pet-Tinic, which has a lot of species-inappropriate things in it?


On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 6:55 AM, Holly Shelton <hsshel...@aol.com> wrote:

Hi everyone. I am an infrequent poster, except maybe for giving some CRF info, but I read every post. My cat Oliver, a 6 year old Siamese, was diagnosed with the leukemia virus back in December. My Siamese mix, Daisy (4), got really sick suddenly and after two blood transfusions and a lot of meds, she was helped ahead. What an awful experience. Cut to: all of my other cats, including some fosters, were tested and vaccinated. Oliver was the only one out of five cats who came back with positive results after both tests.

He has been doing great since then. He is on Pet-Tinic and Omega 3 treats. I tried the Omega 3 oil and he didn't go for it.

Today, I noticed that he has a weepy eye and we went straight to the vet's office, it turns out he has an eye infection and is on triple antibiotic ointment. We go back for a check up on Saturday.

I am a bit nervous as I know that he has a compromised immune system and I want to make sure that he stays comfortable for a long time.

And I am working some long hours so I am not around as much as I would like to be to monitor him.

Any words of wisdom are very welcomed.

Holly

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