May I ask – what is lycine that was mentioned for use in water dishes (not that 
Topaz drinks out of dishes! But Peekers does.)


Thank you,



From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of 
Marilyn Knapp Litt
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 5:20 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant


This is what our vet told us last week.  When we found out our Destiny had 
FeLV, we took our four other cats in.  They were all fine except one, Blossom.  
She is 16 and basically has one kidney, but seemed to be fine with the meds and 
diet.  She is FIV!  So not a good month for our cats.  I am using lycine in all 
their water dishes.


Destiny FeLV and sinus infection


From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of 
Shelley Theye
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 10:52 AM
To: <> 
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant


Hi Sandy,


I think that it is the old FIV vaccine that you are thinking of.  It is no 
longer on the market.

Once cats were vaccinated with it they would test positive on a SNAP test.


Cats vaccinated with the FeLV vaccine will not test positive afterwards, at 
least that I have ever heard.











On Jun 19, 2017, at 11:08 AM, Sandy < 
<> > wrote:


Thank you Amani - I knew you would be able to be concise and to the point - and 
with FeLV time can not be wasted. One thing though - would it be wise to 


Thank you,


Sandy W



From: "Amani Oakley" < <> >
To: <> 
Sent: Monday, June 19, 2017 1:00:17 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant




Sandy is referring to the combination of drugs which I’ve named Zander’s 
Protocol in honour of my sweet Zander who had FeLV. The combination of 
Doxycycline, Prednisolone and Winstrol (Stanazolol) pulled him out of a very 
serious downward spiral when nothing else had worked (including blood 
transfusion, LTCI and interferon). With all due respect, I would be doubtful 
that any anti-oxidants or natural remedies can do anything significant against 
this nasty virus and you don’t have time to waste.


Zander’s Protocol:         Doxycycline:     25 to 50 mg every 12 hours


                                    Prednisolone:    2.5 mg every 12 hours


                                    Winstrol:           1-2 mg every 12 hours


Before starting the protocol, I suggest a complete blood panel, including 
haematology and biochemistry panels. If money is tight, focus on the 
haematology panel, but ask also for a reticulocyte count. If there are 
concerning results in red cell numbers, haematocrit, reticulocyte counts, etc., 
and depending and HOW concerning the results are, use 2 mg Winstrol every 12 
hours to start. If the results aren’t too bad, 1 mg every 12 hours should be 


Keep track of the haematology results. I ran bloodwork every week, but if you 
don’t want to do that, or can’t, consider every other week or at least once a 
month. I don’t recommend once a month at the outset You need to assess how well 
the protocol is working at the start. You also need to be able to assess the 
results by comparing them week to week, if possible, so that the meds can be 
modified if necessary. 


If the cat is also having trouble keeping food down and/or getting food to pass 
well through the intestinal tract, also add 1/5 tablet of metoclopramide before 
meals. That helps to speed up the emptying of the stomach and increase 
peristaltic action to move food through the intestinal tract.            


From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of Sandy
Sent: June-18-17 8:45 PM
To: <> ; <> 
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant


Pam Doore Ask Amani (on this felvtalk)  about Zander's Protocol - consists of 
doxycycline, Prednisolone and most important is Winstrol.  IMPORTANT to get 
your kitty on this ASAP.

It is my understanding that a cat given the vaccine and then booster may test 
positive for FeLV - a bummer. 


Sandy W



From: "Pam Doore" < <> >
To: <> 
Sent: Sunday, June 18, 2017 8:17:21 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant


Hi Marilyn,  I have been using lysine gel to help my Mozart who has herpes 
virus on top of the FeLu.  

There was a powdered supplement that a FeLu rescue outside of Boston gives to 
all of their cats to help build up immune system. I don't remember what the 
name of that was.  It was originally given to humans with HIV.  


What kind of infection is Destiny fighting?



Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ 
beneath me, Christ above me. — St. Patrick



On Sun, Jun 18, 2017 at 6:18 PM, Marilyn Knapp Litt < 
<> > wrote:

Has anyone used these for FeLV?


My kitty, Destiny,  is battling a bad infection.  We were shocked to find she 
had FeLV.  She had had the shot and a booster.  The vet was treating her and 
the infection was getting worse and then we found out the terrible truth.  I am 
feeding her food with a syringe and keeping her comfortable.  She is on an 
antibiotic.  I am giving her Essiac tea.  No idea if it is effective.


I am going to get DMG because friends have suggested that for FeLV.


I also am looking at Life Gold and Nu-Pet Feline Antioxidant, but find info on 
using them with cancer, not FeLV.  Anyone have a suggestion about boosting her 
immune system and fighting this infection?  We thought we were going to lose 
her this week, but she is slightly better the last 24 hours.


Thank you!



~Marilyn Knapp Litt


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