Has it been ruled out that Sebastian's rear leg weakness may be due
My kitty Fu gets a 10 mg.'s of pred a day and 200 ml of fluids. His
vet said that would lead to suppression of his red cell blood count -
Fu needs those meds more; sometime's his back legs look wobbly.
I am in the UK so the vets cannot write up Interferon Alpha - I would be
prepared to ship in Alpha and give daily - but I am not sure (a) if it legal
for me to import Interferon Alpha to the UK and (b) if the Interferon Alpha can
be shipped overnight to the UK - anyone with knowledge or
First take a breather for yourself, you are not doing Sebastian any good by stressing yourself, they can feel our emotions sometimes more than we can feel them. Second myFeLV+ Amber has been on Interferon for two years now, and it took about two or three months to see a significant
Anemia has been ruled out for Sebastian. He recently had blood work done and everything looked great. I vets say it may be something in his spinal cord. I am very worried. Sebastian was put on Depo Medrol for a two year period because of mouth sores. It helped with the sores, but at the time I
Again, look into Cushings disease, which can be brought on by steroid use long-term and can weaken hind legs.
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Anemia has been ruled out for Sebastian. He recently had blood work done and everything looked
I'm not sure how long either of the Interferons remain in the system,
but when I was waiting for my Alpha to arrive I spoke with my vets about
whether they could overlap, or if one would conflict with the other in
any way. I was told that there shouldn't be a problem following one
We are new here, so I am interested in any help any of you might help with my kitty Bandy.
He was recently diagnoised with FeLV and FIV...He came down sick around the middle of June with a kidney infection...so here is what we have done and are doing now..
He had a temp of 106 so was in the
Oops, I meant waiting for my Omega to arrive.
I'm not sure how long either of the Interferons remain in the
system, but when I was waiting for my Alpha to arrive I spoke with my
vets about whether they could overlap, or if one would conflict with
the other in any way. I was
PLEASE read what CFA Purebred Cat Breed Rescue has to say about PAWS
before you send out your letters. more info will be available on the
possible effects on rescue groups tomorrow, but this is important to
AIM / YAHOO:
Hi, I am wondering if its related
to nerve, if acupuncture will work for him
I know what you mean about steroid
my holistic vet is the only one who seriously warned me about the side effect
of steroid and I usually have said no unless it
was absolutely necessary (which I did with my
Hello Kerry and Bandy,
It sounds like you have a good vet taking care of Bandy. You are
already giving him Baytril which is a full-spectrum antibiotic. My
Grace went through the same sort of thing, (her problem manifested in
anemia symptoms, no problems with her kidneys), with Clavomox. She
I too would question what happened during Brandy's first year of life - he
may even have contracted both from his mother at Birth - but unless tests are
done at about a year old you don't really know - often you don't find out until
they are symptomatic.
Michelle, Buddy, Minstrel Bramble
Hi, welcome to the list there are
lots of educated people on the list and I hope you will find a help you need
When reading the email about Bandy, the
first question I thought of about reoccurrence fever is FIP??
has the vet run the complete blood work (its called complete body
This is not directly related to felv, but a lot of uswork in rescue and rescue a lot ofleukemia positive cats. My positive is a rescue. I don't know whether it should be taken offlist or not.
I have read about the bill and done a little research, though I'm no authority. All I know is that the
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