Agreed. As long as they act like they want to keep going, that's a good thing.


"Amanda K. Payne" <> wrote:

>Thanks again for the responses.  I'm not sure if my original reply has been
>posted yet or not.  Fortunately, Polli decided she liked food again late
>Thursday night and has regained her appetite somewhat. She's extremely thin
>now but is active and "assisting" me with cleaning and gardening.  She also
>realized I keep some of her snacks in the fridge and has started going to
>the fridge and meowing whenever she wants food.
>I realize that more than likely her life will be a short one.  She isn't
>the first FeLV+ cat that has found me and I doubt she'll be the last (they
>literally show up at my door or in my yard). However, I feel that as long
>as she's up and about, using her litter box, playing and drinking water, I
>owe it to her to try to get her to eat.
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