Manual

2006-02-11 Thread Lomaxturtle
Yes I got it thanks Wendy. Haven't read it yet though. Thanks Michelle, Minstrel, Buddy Angel Bramble

Re: Hi, I'm New to the Group

2006-02-11 Thread Nina
Hi Shana, Thank you so much for taking in little Audrey! I'm so glad you followed your heart and didn't take the advice of your vet! If you take a look at our archives, (you could probably do a search on "mixing"), you see that a great many folks on the list mix their negs and pos. I no longer

Re: Lucy--B12 injections

2006-02-11 Thread Nina
Thank you Karen for getting the info to Michelle so quickly! Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I buy mine from revival animal health with no prescription http://www.revivalanimal.com/Default.asp?bhcd2=1139626865 they are a great source for meds. see our available orphans

Re: Hi, I'm New to the Group

2006-02-11 Thread Marylyn
I took Dixie Louise to my vet to be spayed and she tested positive for FeLV. There were lots of conversations about how to handle the "situation" especially since I have Kitty, a FeLV neg cat who has cancer. To get to the point, all the vets at the clinic, who are very friendly to all the

Jewel Update

2006-02-11 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Well it looks like someone finally took notice of her situation,she is at the clinic and on meds,she is very anemic,so keep the prayers coming. Relax. Yahoo! Mail virus scanning helps detect nasty viruses!

Spayed twice - Marylyn

2006-02-11 Thread Nina
Marylyn, A neighbor of mine rescued a kitty off the street and asked me to have her spayed. Of course, she had very little money so I asked a local shelter if we could do it through them. Poor kitty was opened up only to find she had already been spayed. She was never the same after that. She

Re: Spayed twice - Marylyn

2006-02-11 Thread Tad Burnett
If she can't come in contact with an intact male you can wait and see if she comes in heat Tad Nina wrote: Marylyn, A neighbor of mine rescued a kitty off the street and asked me to have her spayed. Of course, she had very little money so I asked a local shelter if we could do it

Re: Hi, I'm New to the Group

2006-02-11 Thread catatonya
Hi Shana,If your mother in law has agreed to take her I think that would be great. If you have your negative cats vaccinated you could also choose to keep her yourself. If she is in perfect health, she could still throw off the virus, could never get sick from the virus, or could get sick. She

Buster update

2006-02-11 Thread Kerry Roach
Buster isn't doing well at all today...I did get him to eat a little on his own Fri..and drink some water..He went to the box a couple of times, but is very wobbly.. I got his meds down him early this morning, but now he won't eat at all...I tried to feed him some of the same thing I did

RE: Buster update

2006-02-11 Thread Chris
So sorry to hear about Buster when my Tucson had very low WBC, vet gave her a series of immuno-regulin shots. WBC came back up pretty quick. Had to do it twice and both times it worked Both times I knew something was up because she didnt eatand eating is her very favorite thing to do! I

Re: Spayed twice - Marylyn

2006-02-11 Thread Marylyn
They were looking at the hormone levels. There are two tests that can be run. I don't understand the details but the one they ran on Dixie was a simple blood test. The other involves giving the cathormones and seeing what the reactionis. I would have loved to have seen my vet's face when

Re: Chris' Tucson - testing neg than pos

2006-02-11 Thread Belinda Sauro
What an amazing story!! Took 5 more days and many holes punched and threats to management to call media but lo behold little Tucson her brother came out of the wall. They were about 6 weeks old and had fallen into an ac duct. Mom who was an incredible cat must have been dropping food down

Re: Buster update

2006-02-11 Thread catatonya
I don't know, Kerry. I don't think I would force feed if he's vomiting. I can't recall the med. my cat was on for liver disease, but she was on something. We also had her on sam-E. I would think the a/d would be too rich for her?Maybe some chicken broth?tonyaKerry Roach [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Buster update

2006-02-11 Thread Marylyn
See if you can find something salty for him. That seems to help Kitty. Deli ham (I know, it is awful) is a favorite. If she gets a little down she feels better and often will eat later. You may need to rub it on the nose or put a piece inthe mouth (don't force it--just make sure he can

RE: Chris' Tucson - testing neg than pos

2006-02-11 Thread Chris
Well-Tucson came out of that wall; ate and hasnt stopped eating since! Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Belinda Sauro Sent: Saturday, February 11, 2006 7:30 PM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org

Re: Buster update

2006-02-11 Thread Belinda Sauro
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