You can't beat yourself up over what ifs.  We have to make decisions on what we 
know.  We are not always right, but we try.  Perhaps the loose stool is from 
the stress of being bitten and will clear up soon.  I hope so.  In the meantime 
all of you are in my prayers.

---- Lance <> wrote: 
> Hi everyone,
> Please pray for my mom's cat, Callie. I mentioned her here a few weeks
> ago, after my FeLV+ cat, Ember, bit Callie when she accidentally got
> into Ember's room. Callie has had soft stools for the last four days,
> and there was blood on her stool on Saturday. Since Callie hasn't been
> vaccinated since she was a kitten, she probably has no immunity from
> that route. She is 7 years old, and I'm hoping that she'll be able to
> deal with the virus better having a more mature immune system. People
> talk about age resistance with FeLV, but I don't think it can be
> "relied" on.
> I'm dealing with an incredible amount of guilt over this. I love Callie
> like I love Ember. She's one of my favorite cats ever. It was my fault
> that she got into Ember's room, and it's my fault that Ember is still
> here with my parents. It's also my fault that we didn't vaccinate
> Callie, as I worried about vax site sarcoma for Callie, and the few
> run-ins that had happened between the two cats over the last seven years
> were always brief and friendly. I also feel guilty as, if I'd just
> gotten in the room (quite literally) a minute or so sooner, this
> wouldn't have happened. 
> Please pray that Callie can fight the virus so that she isn't
> persistently infected, and please pray for me. I'm dealing with a lot. 
> Thanks,
> Lance
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