Re: OT - 2 things (Pee Club)

2005-07-02 Thread TatorBunz
Now, I'm laughing my ass off on thisa lot of truth in that! I agree with you In a message dated 7/1/2005 9:41:54 PM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Yeah, I'm not making this up. lol, yeah, I've pretty much eliminated houseguests now. It's great, they were SUCH a

Re: Current FELV and FIV cats up for euthansia - could these be yours?

2005-07-02 Thread Tad Burnett
Hi Jenn Just got home from a big family get to gether supper... And reading your message... Sounds like I would be making a number of trips to my vet...Handeling open woonds isn't my favorit thing to do but my vet is very reasonable Are these woonds from scratching themselves becouse of

Re: Current FELV and FIV cats up for euthansia - could these be yours?

2005-07-02 Thread Tad Burnett
I suppose the bottom line...Do any of these cats have sponsers that would want to help with expenses should be a consideration and on the other hand its probably just as easy to transport 4 or 6 as it is to transport only 1 Tad Tad Burnett wrote: Hi Jenn Just got home from a big

Re: Current FELV and FIV cats up for euthansia - could these be yours?

2005-07-02 Thread Tad Burnett
I think it was Mary that said to talk to them and ask them if they want to live... I think a cats natural instinct is to stop eating when its time to go... Thus this would be a good test too...If they eat and drink well thats a good sign... A/D or A/D with a little tomato juice (same as liver

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread Lernermichelle
I think that is the dose that Patches gets. It's been so long that I've been doing it and I go by the unit marks on the syringes, that I have forgotten the actual dose. Patches may get more, actually. I think the vet had said to give her 6 mg of benadryl orally, so I assume he would have

Re: Current FELV and FIV cats up for euthansia - could these be yours?

2005-07-02 Thread Del Daniels
Could this fellow be a himmy/siamese look? The one I transported was morebuff with light gray. could you send me a pix if you think hecould be him? Actually,if it were him, I would not hesitate to euthanize him, he was in bad shape8/02 with we moved him there. Then I have two bad FIVs:

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread Del Daniels
Well, you have the #1 disaster so farto pee on you while you were sleeping! If this was a contest, you would win ... or Doobie would win. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 11:28 PM Subject: Re:

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread Del Daniels
Yeah, I have them with the drippy and oozing poop but that didn't count because they were sick and could not help it. - Original Message - From: Nina To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, July 01, 2005 10:18 PM Subject: Re: OT - 2 things Not that I'm

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread TatorBunz
I'd say so tooif that would have happened to me I would be furious as well. In a message dated 7/2/2005 8:55:00 AM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Well, you have the #1 disaster so farto pee on you while you were sleeping! If this was a contest, you would win ... or

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
I had it compounded into a cream for her ears to make it easier to give it to her. She is overgrooming her tummy and her 2 back legs to where there is very little hair yet. The vet says it's allergies and recommended prednisolone. We tried the baths, but she really HATED that! her benadryl dose

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle and ear cream

2005-07-02 Thread Gloria B. Lane
Hey Tonya, I just attempted to have some Chlorphenarimine / Chlor Trimeton compounded into an ear cream. They got it wrong and made a liquid for oral consumption. The pharmacy said the ear cream would be $50. I'm curious - how much do you get and how much does it cost? I didn't know you

Long distance travel with kitties

2005-07-02 Thread Martha Alejandra Moreno
Hello Everybody I am at Corpus Christi with my two cats (Adri and Chema) I’ve been here for 2 weeks. The veterinarian advised me sedate the cats with Benadryl. One week before the trip I gave them benadryl. Adri was ok, but Chema srtated to foaming, running like crazy, he scared me. After 1

......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Thanks Michelle, I may try upping her dosage. I doubt I could get the amatryptoline because my vet insists it's allergies and not behavioral. (although I disagree.) I'm hoping when I move and have more space she will be less stressed and stop some of this. Basically it just scares me sh*tless

Re: ......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread Nina
Tonya, You may not think I'm crazy, though lots and lots of people do :) ... Grace has a tendency to itch, scratch and groom, (nasty pulling out hair kind of grooming), when she's been stressed. Something that has really helped with her, is having our quality time together, just her and me.

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread Nina
That's so funny. Bruce woke up this morning to catch Grace peeing on the clothes he once again left by the side of the bed. I couldn't help thinking that I'd somehow brought it on with all the pee talk yesterday! Nina catatonya wrote: I tie. I've been peed on in bed before too! More than

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle and ear cream

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Hi Gloria, I'm not familiar with Chlor Trimeton. My benadryl ear cream was about 36 dollars including shipping and handling I believe. I got 3 tubes with 10 doses each. So it was only about 2 weeks worth! However, it didn't help. I think I'm going to go with oral benedryl and try upping the

sniffles-gloria

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Has herpes been ruled out? allergies? I recently had a cat with a sinus infection that was given zythromax. What antibiotics have you used? t"Gloria B. Lane" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Tonya,I just attempted to have some Chlorphenarimine / Chlor Trimeton compounded into an ear cream. They got

Re: Long distance travel with kitties

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Hi Alejandra, I'm glad you all made it and are getting settled. It sounds like your cats did pretty well on the long trip! I hope Adri and Chema check out well at the vet's. They still may just be 'adjusting' and may feel better on their own soon, but I would be concerned about the paleness.

Re: ......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
I agree about the stress. It's strange, too, but she has always slept with me and recently she hasn't been doing so. So in the past we've always had 'together' time more than lately. I don't know what's going on with her right now, but there have been no changes good or bad to the amount of

Angel Wings: I have sent two cats to AW

2005-07-02 Thread Sally Quillian
I have sent two FIV+ cats to Angel Wings. Please let me know who I should contact to inquire about them. Thank you. Sally Quillian Ms. Kitty's Cat Rescue, Inc.www.mskittyscatrescue.org

Re: Anyone know how immuno regulin is administered?

2005-07-02 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
Once again Michelle, I'm so very grateful to you. I sent the text of your and Kyle's emails to the vet, and I checked they got there before she left for the holiday weekend. (She said she had never used immunoregulin, so now she has something to read over the weekend!) Flavia's PCV count was

Re: Flavia's PCV count maintained at 17

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Hi Kerry, I hope the hematocrit starts back up! Could you possibly keep Flavia crated while you're gone? tonyaKerry MacKenzie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone Well, we went to the vet again today, and much to my relief, Flavia's count remains at 17! So, so far, between June 22 and today

Re: Angel Wings: I have sent two cats to AW

2005-07-02 Thread felv
That would be me. I need detailed descriptions (colors, markings, patterns, hair length, eye color, body shape, tail length, etc) and any photos you have of them. Are you interested in taking them back, or able to sponsor them if they are found? Where are you located, if you want them

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread felv
That is a HIGH dose for a cat. If that's not helping at that dose, I'd try something else. Have you tried changing to a no grain food yet? Jennhttp://ucat.ushttp://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html ~~~I collect KMR

Re: Angel Wings: I have sent two cats to AW

2005-07-02 Thread Belinda Sauro
Hi Jan, Got the new application ready and the new graphoc but petfinder's FTP is down, so I can't put them up :( Will try again tomorrow! -- Belinda Happiness is being owned by cats ... Be-Mi-Kitties ... http://www.bemikitties.com Post Adoptable FeLV/FIV/FIP Cats/Kittens

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread felv
I really just do not know what he was thinking. I still ask myself WHY? What was the purpose of that. I guess we must have pissed him off earlier that day, and he was just out for revenge. LOL! Then there was the one time he ran out the back door (this was about a month before the bed

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread Del Daniels
You answered your own question as to why Doobie acted so wierd and terrified ... since he had never been outside before the incident, he spooked really bad and didn'tknow either you or Jeff. We have had a couple of episodes with cats that got out when they never had before and they did

Re: Angel Wings: I have sent two cats to AW

2005-07-02 Thread Belinda Sauro
Opps, sent my email to the wrong address, sorry :( Hi Jan, Got the new application ready and the new graphoc but petfinder's FTP is down, so I can't put them up :( Will try again tomorrow! -- Belinda Happiness is being owned by cats ... Be-Mi-Kitties ...

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread felv
And I see you are not even ATTEMPTING to train the man, but instead looking for ways to train the cat. LOL, I have to laugh, because it just goes to show what every woman knows, it's harder to train a man to change his routine, than to re-house-train a cat! You do know that adding a cup of

Re: (Pee Club) and for Michelle......over grooming again :(

2005-07-02 Thread catatonya
Lol! I was wrong on the dosage. It's 25 mg per mL, but the dose is .1 mL, so it's 2.5 grams per dose or 5 grams total per day. We all eat ivd modified formula from the vet because of bob's bladder problems.. t[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That is a HIGH dose for a cat. If that's not helping at

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread felv
LOL! Well, I take him out now on a leash sometimes, and he's never acted TOO violent, though he has given me "the look" a few times if I tried to tell him it was time to go in too soon. I tell you what WE didn't know HIM either! This is my BABY, mind you, my absolute favorite cat, my angel.

Re: OT - 2 things

2005-07-02 Thread Del Daniels
He's a handsome fella. He looks neutered now. Love those big eyes, my Butch has large open expressive eyes, too. You can see a lot going on in their thoughts and are ready to tell us about it any minute. Del - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: