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   1. newly diagnosed woth non-regenerative anemia (Susan Loesch)


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Date: Tue, 25 Feb 2014 09:56:07 -0800 (PST)
From: Susan Loesch <pipercat...@yahoo.com>
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Subject: [Felvtalk] newly diagnosed woth non-regenerative anemia
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Hello, folks...I haven't had any Felv kitties in a while but now have a 
positive who is close to a year old. She was just pulled from a local 
shelter...she had begun eating litter and wasn't going to get any vet care. She 
had been tested when she came to the shelter a few months ago and they knew she 
was positive but no followup care or testing was done.

We immediately took her to our vet for bloodwork...she is anemic but not bad 
enough yet for a transfusion, and the anemia is definitely non-regenerative.

We think that she was probably born positive...the group of cats she came in 
with...30 or so...had a number of positive adults, none altered. So her life 
will likely be quite short, and already being anemic doesn't bode well.

SO...those of you who have dealt with a kitty in this situation...what do you 
recommend to give her the best chance at the most quality time? I have always 
found that info from this list was better than from vets who deal only 
marginally with Felv.

Thank you!



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