My belated but no less heartfelt thanks -- it meant and means
so much -- to Joan, MaryChristine, Kat, Terrie, Cherie, Barb, Stephanie, Nina,
Hideyo, Jen, Tonya, Bramble's Michelle, Jennifer, Gloria, Del, James, Erika,
Sheila, Peggy, Faye, Sue, Jenn Melody for all your messages on and after
I took Bandy to get his shot on Tues. and his temp was up to 105.4 again..He will go several days without a temp, then it spikes again...He received another 1/2cc dex shot and it always lowers it..but we don't want to do that as to compromise his immune system further.
If it goes up again, we are
Oh Macarena, I'm so sorry for these sad losses in your life. Gloria
OK - Lancelot's getting better but still not out of the water!
Again, he is a mostly white, felv- cat (maybe 1.5 yr old) with
I took him to a second vet I go to, 1 hour away. She did ozone, and
gave me Ovaban (sp). He did get better. We did 1 week of daily
Ovaban, then once
If you happen onto any magical cure for general
"allergies" let me know too! Mythic is STILL going through bald and scabby
phases. At first, changing his food seemed to help, but he's all scabby again
now. Really sad to look at... if anyone sees him like this, they will think I
While pricey, have you tested him for
allergies? It was close to $300 for each of my Daisy (-)and Butch
(FIV+). Now they have allergy shots. Daisy is allergic to many
things and changing her food has helped considerably. Both of them still
have flare-ups; theirs is skin. The IVD fm
Transport is usually NOT a problem. All of these
yahoogroups help rescue animals get to their new homes, via volunteer transport
drivers. Once you are approved for the adoption, then you can arrange to get the
kitten to you on one or several of these transport lists. Just join them, and
Macarena, I'm so sorry to hear of all your
losses. It's especially hard to lose more than
one family memeber at a time. I've been there;
you have my sympathies. Luv, Nancy and her MC
Heaven, to me, will never a Heaven be
Unless my pets are there with me!
Don't take your organs to Heaven~~~
Metacam is, I believe, a fever reducer as well as an anti-inflammatory medication. Ask your vet about it.
Kerry Roach has been writing me off-list about Bandy's condition, I know
she could benefit from the group and I'm trying to get her used to
writing directly to the list. I've told her I'm going to forward our
correspondence to you guys so you can help too! This is the first of
I'm sorry, I didn't respond fully to your last email. Bandy's temp
going back up again was all I could think about.
When you say your vet called to get papers for the FDA, do you mean she
called my vet? Michelle Rose has made up a packet that will stream line
the process for
Hi, I live in the San Francisco Bay area. I will take one or both of
them if you can get them to me.
My Phone # is 510 522 4762
Nevertheless I don't write too much since Jersey left me, I am reading most of the posting in the forum.
After a lot of thinking I took a decision. I have been doing photographs for more than 5 years and soon I think tostart doingfreelance photography. One of my themes is taking
I think that's a wonderful idea, dedicating your animal pictures to
Jersey! I would like to do something similar to donate to Felv
research. I have alot of wonderful, (at least I think they're
wonderful), animal shots that I was thinking of making up into blank
greeting cards and
I was finally able to get Sebastian in to see an internist and a nuerologist. The vet believes that the weakness in his back legs could be a mass on his spinal cord or lesions all along his spine. They would have to do more tests to be sure. Evenafter the tests there is no real treatment for
Hi, Take them to Bonanza Cat Hosp. They are really great at helping
cats. Please mention that 2nd Chance Cat Rescue suggested you take them
to them. I worked with them in January to get 2 cats into a new home. If
you like you can call me at 510 522 4762
I haven't had that problem with a cat but I have had 2
dogs who have had problems helped by an alternative vet who practices
acupuncture. I can't tell you that she extended their lives but I know the
quality was much better and I felt considerably better. Right now she is
working with Dixie
A while back the FDA put a freeze on dispensations for Interferon Omega
and my vet did suggest the possibility of ordering without the benefit
of approval. The problem with that is that the vet's insurance would
not cover it if it were lost, or stopped at the border. If that were to
I'm sorry Sebastian's visit to the vet wasn't more optimistic. It does
sound like you made the right decision about not doing further tests.
My German Shepherd suffers from Degenerative Myelopathy, (degenerative
spinal disease). I too was told that there wasn't anything I could do
Have a nice trip and good luck with your photos, I think that is a
wonderful tribute to Jersey!
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Happiness is being owned by cats ...
Happy (belated) birthday to your gorgeous boys!
That is such great news to hear, Jen!
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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, July 20, 2005 2:18 PM
Subject: Our boys' B-day!
I was going to wait to post on the actual day...but since
Even though I did not know (or know of) Katie, I feel it like
a personal loss---such a tragicwaste of human and animal life. And
devastating for her husband and the rescue world sheworked so hard for.
My heart goes out to her husband and all her family.
I'm catching up with list slowlySheila, I'm so sorry to
hear you lost your dear Spanky. I can well imagine your fears about Buck right
on the heels of your mourning Spanky, so it's great to hear the good news. Buck
sounds such an amazing guy--and a ripe old age too--from everything you
I'm behind with list, but wanted to say how very, very sorry I
am to hear your news of Adri. I am glad that she knew what it was to be loved so
much--many FeLV kitties do not have such care and love as you gave her. I'm also
glad she experienced the trip to your/her new
That's awonderful idea, Stan. Good luck and keep us
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Sent: Wednesday, August 03, 2005 5:20
Nevertheless I don't write
I'm still catching up on list, and have just been reading allyour
latest news onBramble--what a hero that little guy is. You two are an
amazing team in fact.
I was extremely heartened to read that despite everything he's gone and is
going through he still enjoys his food and wants
You have been through so much lately, losing both sweet Riso and your
beloved Kurt. I believe I remember you saying earlier this year how
devastated you would be if you lost your dear buddy Kurt. Losing our dear
little friends is always so painful. Please know you're always in my
I'm sorry to hear about Sebastian's continuing leg problems,
Jennifer. Earlier this evening I filed the email below for my own future
reference, from fellow listmember Laurie, sent on July 18, and I thought you
might be interested in it with a view to the next step with
A co-worker, Nancy (I'm not met her physically; a mutual friend put her in
touch with me), is grief-stricken since losing her cat Georgie. He was
originally a stray who found her.
Last night I gathered a bunch of your emails from the period when Gloria's
Sam went missing from his
I don't know (without risking crashing this computer again) if it's possible
to post a CLS message for the safe return of Nancy's Georgie?
Can you let me know--thanks, Kerry
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From: Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Kerry, thank you very much. Even tough I miss her a lot, now I am feeling better, I have many memories of her.
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