"We seized 50-60 cats from Angel Wings yesterday. Briefly, we found
10 dead cats in varying stages of decay. Got 35 or so cats vetted. 3
were FeLV+ and 6 were FIV. We want to get pictures of these guys up
quick. Please call me if you need to. We do not really have space
If needed, I can take at least one FeLV+ cat. I live in Michigan, so we would have to setup a transport. Let me know if you need my help.
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"We seized 50-60 cats from Angel Wings yesterday. Briefly, we found 10
One of my 1st FeLV cats was also flea infested, bald and anemic...
She was dosed with Advantage and made a full recovery...
PS..I will be away for the rest of today (Friday) but will be here the
rest of the weekend
and I still will foster the FeLV+'s for the summer..
I am so sorry about HCT, Kerry -
Is there any option not to go to UK at this time??
As for immuno regulin, I don't think it requires hospitalization, but I
think it's something that need to be done at the vet since it's
administered via IV - that's the drawback because it will stress them
You are like me we can be very
creative when coming to find space to accommodate more cats -
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Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 11:10
Subject: Re: Urgent: need a home
Thanks Tad. Can I call you on the phone? I need
your number. I have a few details we need to discuss, possibly I could come over
to your place and we can discuss things in person? The rescue in TN really is
stressing that I need to do a home visit anyways, just to be safe, hope you
Thanks Chris, I will keep you in
If needed, I can take at least one FeLV+ cat. I live in Michigan, so
we would have to setup a transport. Let me know
jenn, i didn't realize that chris was also in michigan--i'm on a LOT
of transport lists, including the michigan ones, so if transport
becomes an issue please let me know--i'll help anyway i can.
On 7/1/05, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Thanks Chris, I will keep you in mind!
Of the three cats removed, from what I recall her telling me over
One is white and has very nasty damaged curled up and crusty ears with open
sores and scabs (possibly cancer, they are considering euthanasia)
Is this one of the FIV+ cats? He sounds like an FIV+ I helped
Kerry, looks like the postings of messages are not working - I am
sending this to you off line, too.
From: Hideyo Yamamoto
Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 11:22 AM
Subject: RE: Anyone know how immuno regulin is administered?
I am so sorry
I found his picture from the transport, he was a
very light himmy, August 02. Bad ears and eyes, sure did not survive under
Rehnee's lack of care. I'm sick.
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Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 1:31 PM
Tonya I hear you, I have the same
problem its really not marking just peeing and I have a
several of them doing it they all know how to and used to use litter
box and they still do but they also pee on soft things
I cant leave any clothes or towels at any open area because they pee
That's a good idea Hideyo. My Queen Ursula is a sprayer and the feliway
does help with her, (as long as I remember to keep spraying the stuff).
I know what her problem is, she gets pissed, (literally), whenever, we,
her humble servants, displease her. Gypsy is the one who all out
Hi, Nina, I am sorry it's probably not supposed to, but your message
gave me a good laugh :) -just because I go through very very same thing
with Bruce and you. I put clothes on to go to work and start sniffing
at work, huh...I smell like a cat pee and I realized that my cat had
peed on my
Ladies, I am in your cat pee club! It used to
be just Antonio marking and Elavil then Prozac helped ... didn't stop
altogether. Then after a couple of years why spend the money or give him
the drugs since he didn't stop and others started. Sam never peed outside
the box but I witnessed him
I'm glad you got a chuckle out of our pee soaked lives. Bruce and I
laugh about it too, just not right away! Uugh, how miserable to be at
work all day smelling like cat pee. Were people keeping their distance
from you? You can usually tell an animal person by the fur on their
1) Such a horrible thing to happen at Angel Wings but thank goodness the cats and dogs are now out of there - and even the ones who get euthanased have got to be better off than they were suffering in there. Sanctuary's are supposed to be safe for the animals - at least they are safe now.
I neglected to mention that one of Ursula's favorite spots is the
kitchen counter, also only in the middle of the night. Uugh, the
toaster and the stove though, that's much worse! At least the kitchen
counter cleans up easily, not that it makes much difference when I
forget and leave clean
Oh man NO! Not ringworm too! Are you scratching yet? I hope it's
something that can be treated with the topical and you don't have to
start with the dips. Blessings to that sweet Bramble. Thanks for
letting us know how he's doing.
Keep us posted,
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1) Such a
Right on, Nina - I have removed everything from the kitchen counter - I
no longer have toasters, or bread box or anything because they keep
peeing on them -
I just feel better knowing that I am not alone in this, Nina...
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I am sorry to hear about Brambles
skin problem did you mention before that you checked any allergy
problem with any food he has been eating I am a big believer in
relationship between preservatives in food and skin allergy I do have
two friends of mine whose kitties have had severe skin
Hi. I remembered today that you should look into Cushings Syndrome. I do
not know if cats get it, but dogs, horses, and humans do. It comes from too much
cortisone (which depo is a form of). Sometimes people develop it from
their bodies producing too much, and sometimes from having a
Yes, I think those of us in the 'pee club' can truly come out of the closet and not suffer alone any longer!!!
I'm really, really hoping that when I move some of this will stop. There will be more room for the cats and I will be able to put litterboxes in different places. I know a lot of my pee
I only have 2 that actually spray vertical surfaces. But even if I 'catch' them I can't stop them! How do you do that? They will also wiggle their tails and 'fake spray' sometimes too, so I never know (until it's too late) if they are really spraying or just faking it!
I don't know.. I think poop is easier to clean (unless they're sick!). I plan to screen in part of the deck as soon as I can possibly afford it when I move. Then I can put some litters out there as well. We can always hope I know the people at walmart must think I have some serious
If I catch them doing it I yell at them, but it's not like they can stop.. I have the ones who pick on each other too. Drives me crazy. I had to laugh about watching your visitors' things. I do that too. lol.
tonya[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Even if it only looks like it I still go after them.
Well, at least I'm not alone on thisLOL
In a message dated 7/1/2005 7:45:40 PM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
had to laugh about watching your visitors' things. I do that too. lol.
Terrie MohrCheck site for available Siameses for
Send me the picture! So far we have 9 FIV+ cats
recovered. Send to [EMAIL PROTECTED]
(my ISP mail, handles big attachments faster)
I found his picture from
This is the list of cats that the vets are holding JUST FOR ME, and would
overwise already be DEAD. I need opinions people, do these sound treatable, and
should we try to get them transported? Tad? Do you have the time to nurse open
sores and that type of severe injury? I'm recommending
LOL, that's why Doobie got neutered. We were
sound asleep one night, and all of a sudden, it got warm and wet on our backs.
He had peed about a gallon of stinky tom cat pee on top of all of our covers, at
just about shoulder level, and it had soaked all the way through the comforter,
You guys STILL get visitors? Heck, I scared all
of those away a long time ago. They all are scared of the "crazy cat lady" now,
because every time someone would come over, I would open the door a tiny crack,
and then, if they were someone I wanted to allow inside, and would open the door
Ha! My cats run for cover if anyone shows up here. But if they stay very long and lay a coat down or a purse or some papers, or whatever, a few will show up soon enough to see if there's anything worth peeing on! Actually my positive, DD is my friendliest cat to strangers.
DD is still
What is the dose, and why is shegetting it?
And why in her ears? You can actually give Benadryl orally to cats, the dosage
is 1MG per pound, so since a tablet is 25MG, you'd need to give a little less
than 1/2 a tablet to a 10 pound cat, or if you buy the capsules, you can
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