Oh, I didn't even think of that, I have used it for my other cats for that very 
thing and forgot all about it THANKS :)   I did the same thing with Miller, put 
him through horrible chemo, made his last few weeks here miserable and within 
three weeks of the first chemo treatment, he was gone :(  I vowed then that I 
would never do that again.  That is why I was asking what others do to make 
their furbabies comfortable in the end.  Miller was so miserable and I just 
made it worse and I will never forgive myself for that :(
 Date: Fri, 5 Oct 2012 15:17:28 -0700
From: moonsiste...@yahoo.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Asking For Advice Again

Certain antihistamines that are given to cats are also an appetite 
stimulant.  Chlorpheneramine is one.  I think it's a little yellow pill 
if I remember correctly.  It's better than giving cortisone which also 
increases appetite but I believe would be contraindicated for a cat who 
has a malignant tumor.  You need to ask your vet about this.  It has no 
harmful side effects as far as I can remember.  I gave it to a cat who 
had terminal salivary gland cancer and it kept her eating right up until
 the end, that and anti- nausea drugs because she had had a chemo pill 
every week for several months to stop the growth of the tumor. I have 
since decided that that treatment, the chemo pill was a waste of $2000. 
 Another cat who had a tumor in a different location lived just about as
 long as Baby Face,
 without getting chemo. Chemo is also very hard on other organs, causing
 diarrhea, fur loss and exhaustion.

 Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty 
neighbors too!

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