I,m sorry for the loss of your Ally Pam....it never gets easier
but so good of you to give a quality life to those less fortunate creatures who would be dying
alone in a cage.....it,s a kindness I really admire.

And Sandy, thank you for the suggestion......Ive tries a few food additives at this point a d the problem is he just wont eat them,,,,Ive got a hundres bucks worth of pre and pro biotics here and he just picks at his food.  he,s underweight to begin with and i dont want him losing more...... im going back today to cooking him a bland diet of chicken and rice and will again start adding medicine but in minute amounts a d building up.....im beginning to think he really needs a course of corticosteroids to get this initially under control.


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Hi all ? Pam, Sorry to hear about your Ally. My Peekers will be 20 in April, and I?m not sure she will make it to this milestone. Her joints seem to be giving out, and she eats sporadically although she drinks a lot of water (diabetic?). Who knows??. At this point we are just keeping her as comfy as possible and putting up with her very loud talking (she must be a bit deaf). I don?t even know what 20 would be in cat years.

And our Topaz is doing well. She is doing a lot of the things Tigger used to do. I have come to the conclusion cats react to the way their family treats them.


From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Pam Doore
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Hi Bob and all,
I don't realize I am not seeing posts until someone else mentions about not seeing posts.

I lost my Ally three days after Christmas. A little less than a month later I was notified by a parent of one of my students about a 6+-year-old boy who was Fiv+ and FelV+; owner died and was at a shelter in the southern tier of NY. He is doing well and his name is also Tommy. I took home a FIV+ older cat (vet through FIV was flaring and I wanted him to have a home and lots of love for whatever time he has. He is playing, eating, and giving lots of love and demanding lots of love! He is living in my Master suit while he is being vaccinated against FelV+ and can be with his Sunny and Tommy who are super eager to meet him :).

On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 9:37 PM, ROBERT CHAPEL  > wrote:

Odd that we are getting mail from Dec simply because someone decided to unsubscribe....

Presuming there has not been much activity in the list for a few months ??? I am happy to report that my shelter had not received any FELV+ for a few months and just recently received 6... upon retesting, mercifully, so far only one has come up positive ( sadly the youngest and cutest of the bunch) quessing the others had been older when they had their exposure.... Think we might already have a place that will give a home to this cutie.... unfortunately not a family... but better than having the little guy in isolation here at our shelter..... He needs company....

Hope all is well with your Kitties.... my two old guys are doing pretty well..... Tommy had 5 teeth extracted and it gave him a new lease on life..... He's MUCH more active and happy and FATTER.... Jerry is still suffering his chronic diarrhea and we are still looking for ways to control it ( all the usual NON medicine interventions have failed so far.....

Bob in Warwick NY

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Bob, have you tried BENE-BAC PLUS - pet gel?? I got it on Chewy.com - inexpensive - and good to have on hand anyway. Tested for coccidia I'm guessing. try the BENE-BAC

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