Hello Catherine,

My cat Mr Gray is about 14 years old.  3 years ago, he was diagnosed with Felv. 
 He gets regular shots of Felv and today, he's healthier than ever.  Try it.  
It may lengthen the life of your kitty.  

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On Apr 24, 2013, at 12:46 PM, "I-Chun C. C. Chang " <changic...@gmail.com> 

> Dear Felvalk friends, 
> I am very new to this group and was hoping to get some advice for the 
> treatment  about my currently very sick cat.
> My cat is 16 years old, who came to the States with me 6 years ago. I got her 
> when she was 7 (she was abandoned by the previous house owner...)  After I 
> got her, she was tested twice negative for FeLV and vaccinated for four 
> years. From then she has been a totally indoor cat. I later adopted another 
> cat,  who was also tested negative twice and vaccinated for three years.  
> From then on, since they have been complete indoor apartment cats with no 
> exposure to other cats and the little one always got some reaction to the 
> vaccine, we stopped vaccinating them for FeLV.    
> Last Friday, my 16 years old cat was getting weak, my husband and I rushed 
> her to the ER and were told that she was in sever anemia (pcv less than 10%) 
> due to her chronic kidney disease. Two blood transfusions has been done, but 
> her response to blood transfusions was poor. Doctors then concerned that not 
> only her red blood cell count is low, her white blood cell count is also very 
> low. So the doctors ran the FeLV test again on Tuesday, and it came back 
> positive (!!) (we also rushed our younger one for test yesterday; but he 
> stays negative, and we added a booster vaccine on him). 
> We are getting our 16 years old back tonight. Doctors implicitly has 
> mentioned that FeLV has no cure, plus her Kidney situation (late stage CKD), 
> she may not live long... we were also suggested to consider putting her into 
> sleep soon. But I luckily found last night there is this emailist, and on the 
> website there are several drugs listed for possible treatment plans: 
> ImmunoRegulin, Acemannan, Interferon Alpha etc.  
> Do anyone in this emaillist have experience about treatment on old FeLV cat 
> with CKD by using these new drugs? If yes, may I learn your experience? I 
> really don't want to lose my girl in this way.....I am getting my degree 
> soon, and do hope at least I can have her come back to my home country with 
> me... 
> Sorry for such a long email, and thank you very much!
> I. Catherine  
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