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On Jan 13, 2013, at 11:21  PM, _strchalbach@aol.com_ 
(  wrote:

Hi John!

Thanks so much for your quick, you had 6 cats all in the  
house?? That would be heaven for me:)))  My husband is NOT  a cat lover, so he 
was not particularly happy stepping in the poop  today:(  

I'm thinking we  were chasing the kids in the house at about the time she   
left her mess.  Maybe she was scared and it  just all ran out??  I hate to 
keep her in the basement  now, but I don't want any "surprises" during the 
night.  She does have  plenty of blankets down there with her food and two 
litter  boxes.  

I do not know what test she  was given.  If it's not too difficult for you 
to discuss,  could you tell me how your Tigger's health deteriorated towards 
the  end?    So I might know what signs to look  for....

Hope your other  kitties are healthy:)

Thanks again for your  time!

-----Original Message-----
From: john  pollack <_bucfanmd@yahoo.com_ ( >
To: felvtalk  <_felvtalk@felineleukemia.org_ 
( >
Sent:  Sun, Jan 13, 2013 9:23 pm
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] stray cat I took in has  feline leukemia

My  Tigger lived 1 month shy of 5 years with FeLV
He  had his ups and downs, as we all do
He  lived with 6 housemates...NONE are positive!!

As  far as the stool, cats get it like we do. may have eaten something that 
 disagreed with him

What  test was done. Snap or other??
With  Snap, if he's been exposed, it will be postitve, other (ELSA??) is 
more  through, and can tell if he actually has it
   I wish you the best
   FeLV kitties can be the most loving of all, as Tigger was


 From: "_strchalbach@aol.com_ ( " 
<_strchalbach@aol.com_ ( >
To: _felvtalk@felineleukemia.org_ (   
Sent: Sunday, January 13,  2013 10:06 PM
Subject:  [Felvtalk] stray cat I took in has feline  leukemia


I'm hoping someone  can help me....

We live in the  country and have about 8 outside cats.   A friend decided 
to take one home, Pumpkin, and had her  all fixed up at the vet with shots, 
spay and  declaw.  She found out she has   feline leukemia.  She kept her for 
about a  month, but I guess she was making a mess as far as using the  
litter box.  I told  her I didn't want her to go to an over crowded humane 
society, so I took her back.  She is now in the house, as she is front  
and she is not to be around the other  cats with her cancer.

So... I've had her home since just before Christmas, and she's been fine 
other than not  eating a whole lot.  Her stool is quiet soft, and I did find a 
few hard  turds in two different sleeping places that she uses.  Well now  
today,  she had a ver messy stool on the  wood floor in the hallway!! Really 
shocked me as she's been so  good using the littler box.  

Is  this a sign that she is getting sick, the not using the littler  box?  
She has a prescription for Tylosin Tartrate, and she said to give this to 
her(powder  form), when/if she gets sick???

She does  seems to sleep most of the day, but I know cats do do that  :)  
She also does purr quite loud!!   Must be a good sign.  She will play with a 
string too.  So she's  been very happy, but now I had to resort to putting 
her back in the basement with her food and  litter.  I might end  up sleeping 
 down there with her again, as I did when she first  came in the house.  
She has had the run of the house now  for weeks, but I just don't trust her 
since her  accident.

I've read where infected cats can live  quite long, but yet others do not.  
I  certainly would not want to put her thru all sorts of  treatments... 

Thank you for your  time:)))

I appreciate any input for my  Pumpkin!


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