>> >>Perhaps for this issue you should look for a vet who already gives the >>vaccine of your choice. Best of wishes to Gribble, the others and Velvet. >> >>I have a tripod who was originally run over in someone's driveway and left >>there to suffer and die. A neighbor of mine who was feeding outside cats saw >>her and took her home but did not have the money to have the leg amputated so >>she just put the poor cat in a cage. A few days later gangrene set in and the >>room where the cage was began to smell bad so the neighbor contacted me, >>asked me to handle the situation. I don't know why she didn't bring the cat >>to me in the first place but this woman was not really playing with a full >>deck, although she did care about the strays. Jolene, as I named her after >>her $700 dollar amputation, is still a feral cat but has been living the life >>of a pampered > house cat with my other rescued felines for about 6 years. Three of my FeLv > cats turned negative after several months. Two others passed away after two > years. Most of my FIV+ cats are still alive after 8 years except those who > passed from old age or unrelated cancer. It's always difficult to lose a > furry friend.
Thank you, yes, I am waiting for answers. I guess it's not a regular question, becuase all the practices have to "get back" to me. Appreciate the help, Margo _______________________________________________ Felvtalk mailing list Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org http://felineleukemia.org/mailman/listinfo/felvtalk_felineleukemia.org