Hi Kasia,
I've used the classic formula but haven't been impressed with it, so I only use 
the TF plus Tri Factor for FeLV and other sick cats. It is expensive, 
especially if you're giving it to several cats. I wouldn't use it on a cancer 
kitty though because you don't want to stimulate the immune system. I haven't 
used ImmunoRegulin as it's not available here.I don't use L-lysine but if I did 
I'd probably give an Arginine supplement too.El  

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Hi El,
I actually have at home Transfer Factor Classic, I used it last year for my 
late cat. What is the dosage, do you remember? So, your kitties were ok for 
about  five years after being diagnosed? Thanks,Kasia
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I've used Transfer Factor Plus Tri Factor for FeLV+ cats for several years. 
It's the best immune booster  I've tried. Also, I use the Agaricus Blazeii. 
Although all of the FeLV+ cats that I've taken in have come very ill and 
emaciated, once all the infections are treated and their immune system is built 
up, they haven't had for a few years. Mattie is the third one that has gotten 
lymphoma though after being healthy for 4 1/2 - 5 years. That seems to be the 
pattern here. One came with endocarditis but he lived 5 years with the right 
medical treatment and the transfer factor.
El

 
From: lini...@fastmail.fm
Date: Fri, 7 Jun 2013 10:54:00 -0500
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Getting myself ready for the battle

I see that I wrote "beware" where I meant "be aware". 
A few options
 you may want to discuss with a holistic vet:
Thorne Research - ImmugenAtlas World - Agaricus Bio for Dogs and Cats4Life - 
Transfer Factor Plus
You wouldn't necessarily want them on all of that at the same time, but those 
are a few more options.
The reason I think working with a holistic vet is a good idea is that they can 
help you coordinate an approach as well as vouch for supplements that they use.
On Jun 7, 2013, at 10:35 AM, Lance <lini...@fastmail.fm> wrote:I've given Ember 
a product called Liquid DMG off and on. Vetri Science seems to be a reliable 
company, and I don't believe there's a risk of side effects. You might want to
 discuss this with a holistic vet in your area.
Everything you mention is great to have. I don't think you'll need much else. 
What you mainly want to do is beware of how the cats are behaving, how well 
they eat and drink, how well they use the box, and how everyone generally 
feels. Your eyes, ears, and attention to detail are more useful than anything 
you could buy. That said, be careful not to scrutinize too much. As others have 
said, FeLV+ cats get illnesses that may have nothing to do with FeLV, and those 
are often treatable.
Lance
On Jun 7, 2013, at 10:07 AM, kasia mosko <kasia...@yahoo.com> wrote:Hi All,
So I am getting myself ready for the emergency situations, since the most 
important thing with felv cats is not to let them get sick. I am wondering what 
exactly do  I need? So far I've got on my list: scale to monitor their weight, 
thermometer, antibiotics  (in case i see any scratches) to prevent infections. 
I definitely need something good for immune system. I also talked with the vet 
and we decided to put them on interferon alpha...may help. Please, members with 
felv experience, let me know what else could be helpful.
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