I am a complete idiot also, because I don't know what they mean.  Please 
enlighten us.

---- Lee Evans <moonsiste...@yahoo.com> wrote: 
> I'm so sorry for your loss.  Most of my FeLv cats lived approx. 2 years.  
> Most died of lymphoma.  I also had two FIV+-FeLv+ cats.  They also passed on 
> from lymphoma.  I now have one husky, healthy black boy who is positive for 
> FIV and FeLv.  I'm hoping that now that he has lived with me for a few 
> months, he may have thrown off the FeLv and will only be FIV+.  I have a 
> group of 6 FIV+ cats waiting to hear if they are going to get another 
> brother.  In the past, a cat I named Moses turned negative for FeLv after he 
> lived with me in isolation (separate room from the other cats) for 4 months.  
> He's still alive and prospering after 4 years and negative for everything.  I 
> know you are grieving for your lost fur kids but you did your best.  You gave 
> them a chance in a world that doesn't usually give imperfect cats any chance 
> at all.

Could you please answer two questions for me?  I know I'm going to sound like a 
complete idiot but what is SIDS in reference to cats and what does CLS stand 
for?  Thanks.

 From: Sherry DeHaan <sherryd...@yahoo.com>
To: Felvtalk <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org> 
Sent: Wednesday, April 4, 2012 9:16 AM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Brando and Luna  Please add to the CLS  :( :(

Monday we lost two wonderful fur friends.... Brando,well he was one of my 
"boyfriends" at Sids..We had MANY make out sessions which was me holding him 
while he slobbered all overr my hair face neck :) He was a lover thats for 
sure,he will ALWAYS have a special place in my heart...I had a special 
connection with him and knew when he was in need of his medication for his 
awful stomatitis that MANY of our Sids kids get. I will forever miss this 
awesome guy!
Luna,but as I lovingly called her Tuna Pishes :)  Well this wonderful girl was 
lucky enough to have gotten herself a home around Christmas time almost 2 years 
ago with a wonderful family. I had considered adopting her but I believe she 
was in her meant to be home,she too will ALWAYS have a special place in my 

"We who choose to surround ourselves with lives more temporary
than our own,
Live within a fragile circle,easily and often breached.
Unable to accept its awful gaps.
We still would have it no other way" 
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