Re: Can we please add this poor baby to the CLS? Better news

2006-05-11 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
Betternews--am forwarding Shana's reply! Kerry,I am so very sorry for the late reply. Today is myfirst day off in a few weeks and I've been overwhelmedwith things I need to do.I really appreciate your concern about "Minnie." Itwarms my heart that there are so many caring peopleout there to

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-11 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
I'm so sorry Jeni. I know how much you will miss the little soul. At least Papoose had it better than so many--you gave him the best gift ofall, a loving home. hugs, Kerry - Original Message - From: JENI RECA To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, May 09,

Re: Way Off Subject of Cats....sorry!

2006-05-11 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
Terrie, can't tell you how sorry I am. It breaks my heart whenI hear this sort of thing (same thing happened to me, married Jekyll, ended up with Hyde,sototally relate understand the shock you are all in). I'm sorry I don't know any attorneys in CO, but I'm so glad your daughter has such

What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread Ntigat
After a year, a female cat that I foster on my home that was in the first test FELV -, Iretested again and the result was FELV +. I repeat the test because Inotice that in the clinic that I made the first test, some of theresults was FALSE NEGATIVE. They use a kit that never produces FELV +My

Re: Can we please add this poor baby to the CLS? Better news

2006-05-11 Thread TenHouseCats
wonderful, kerry! lots of GLOW to minnie On 5/11/06, Kerry MacKenzie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Better news--am forwarding Shana's reply! Kerry, I am so very sorry for the late reply. Today is my first day off in a few weeks and I've been overwhelmed with things I need to do. I really

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
Hi Virginia, I am sorry to hear that your cat has tested FeLV+, but glad you found us. This is a great group, and you won't be sorry you sought us out for information. I don't have any FeLV+ kitties anymore after I lost my beloved Cricket in November, but I stay around to offer help to those

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hi Virginia, I'd certainly go along with what Wendy says. Would like to add a plug for interferon Alpha, which is used as a supplement for the immune system. I give my FELV kitties a daily dose of oral interferon, a clear liquid. It's easy to obtain and administer, but different vets charge

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hi Virginia, I'd certainly go along with what Wendy says. Would like to add a plug for interferon Alpha, which is used as a supplement for the immune system. I give my FELV kitties a daily dose of oral interferon, a clear liquid. It's easy to obtain and administer, but different vets charge

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
I meant The ones who do believe their kitties have already been exposed to the FeLV and were not susceptible to it if they don't test POSITIVE. Oops. Sorry. --- wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Virginia, I am sorry to hear that your cat has tested FeLV+, but glad you found us. This is

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread cindy reasoner
I had taken in a kittie (Smokey) that turned out to be felv+. The 1st he was tested it was negative and I had to have him retested and it was positive. He had been around some of my other cats. I had them tested and 3 months later had them retested. Both times they were negative. I keep

RE: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread Chris
I can understand what youre feeling.  My Tucson tested neg when I got her as a kitten and years later tested pos.  Shed been an indoor cat all her life and not been exposed.  Two vets told me that the Elissa can produce a false neg in kittens as timing is the key with kittens.  Anyway, I

Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread Belinda
Here is some interesting reading I thought: http://www.felineleukemia.com/main.html one paragraph I found particularly interesting is: I knew from experience that the kitten was depleted of vitamins B and C. C is crucial for neutralizing free radicals created by the kitten's own immune

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread TenHouseCats
thanks for the link, belinda--went through the site, tho, and MANY of their links are dead (kvetch, kvetch, kvetch!) On 5/11/06, Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here is some interesting reading I thought: http://www.felineleukemia.com/main.htmlone paragraph I found particularly

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
Hi Belinda, I hope things are going well for you and that you're feeling ok. Thanks for the information. I think it's very interesting too. :) Wendy --- Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Here is some interesting reading I thought: http://www.felineleukemia.com/main.htmlone

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread Belinda
Wendy, Things are going as well as they can. We got Bailey's ashes back yesterday, Mike made a nice oak box with a spot for Bailey's photo on the front. I also got a pawprint impression and I have some fur from the last time I was cutting mats off of him. I'm going to put his favorite

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
Hi, everyone, I wanted to share a couple of new things I rescued three baby cats yesterday who were living under the crawl space of the abandoned house, which is now bought and be ready to be renovated.. the new owner was planning to get rid of the kittens along with all the kitties who

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Joan Doljan
A good way to catch the mother is to put the kittens in a closed carrier directly infront of an opened,baitedtrap.Hideyo Yamamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi, everyone, I wanted to share a couple of new things – I rescued three baby cats yesterday who were living under the crawl space

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
I thought about that, actually, but I was also afraid of leaving kittens as they are traumatized.. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Joan Doljan Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 1:38 PM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: RE: OT: heartbroken A

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
Hey Belinda, What a soothing thought...that Bailey is right there with you. Ever since we got Smookie, who favors Cricket SO much in many different ways, I have felt that Cricket is right there with Smookie and my heart doesn't ache like it did. It's very strange. Just yesterday I took Smookie

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Doljan, Joan
Title: Message Usually the mother goes in the trap very quickly because she hears and smells the kittens. -Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Hideyo YamamotoSent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 3:39 PMTo:

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
Title: Message I guess if I were going to try, I should try it asap before the mama forgets about her babies..huh? From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Doljan, Joan Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 1:41 PM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: RE: OT:

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Doljan, Joan
Title: Message Yes. I figure they have a memory of about 2 or 3 days at most. -Original Message-From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Hideyo YamamotoSent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 3:43 PMTo: felvtalk@felineleukemia.orgSubject: RE: OT:

FeLV+ Kitten needs home in Dallas area

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
Hi guys, My vet called me yesterday and wanted to know if I knew anyone who wants an FeLV+ kitten (tested twice now). The kitten's name is Ballerina. She is 8 months old, not spayed, but the owner said they were willing to do that first or contribute money towards the spay if it meant adopting

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread wendy
Hideyo, I hope you are able to catch the mama kitty quickly. Good luck! :) Wendy --- Hideyo Yamamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, everyone, I wanted to share a couple of new things - I rescued three baby cats yesterday who were living under the crawl space of the abandoned house, which

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
Title: Message I know.. thats so sad (or is it blessing??) I had one time rescued a mama kitten who got attacked by a dog and got re-united with her babies after 4 or 5 days and she did not remember the babies at all From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf

OT: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hey folks, I'm flying to Minneapolis on Saturday, a 2.5 hour flight from LIttle Rock, and taking a sweet, energetic young Siamese kitty to his owner. Kitty will ride in the cabin with me. I've never taken a kitty on board with me before, so a new experience. The vet gave me a sedative,

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread clawsnpaws
Acepromazine for a cat? This was first choice sedative? WOW! Tough stuff for kitty IMO,especially since he's riding in cabin with you. We only use this in cats to induce anesthesia sometimes. It dilates their pupils a lot and stays in their system for a day or two depending on how fast

RE: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
I personally recommend that you do not give any sedatives --- depending on a kitty, it will give a very weird reaction -almost they try so hard to go against what the drug is trying to do and act very disturbed. I traveled with Ayumi (she was very feral at that time)from Japan to seoul, Seoul to

RE: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Chris
I've taken Tucson a couple of times across the country. I never gave her ACE---I was prepared for all possibilities---had a backpack that weighed a ton with food, water, wipes, leash, collars, health cert, toys, towels, and on and on. She slept the whole way. I had to change planes and opened

RE: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread Chris
Bailey was right there watching--he's home and he's healthy! Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Belinda Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 3:23 PM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: Re: Interesting Reading Wendy,

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread Marylyn
He is visiting. They know. You will know soon. If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
I've done this with kittens and their Momma. I too was upset about having to put the kittens through the experience, but it worked like a charm and the kitten did fine. I didn't use all the kittens, just the strongest guy. If you continue to trap, you'd be doing the ferals a great service by

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
I agree with the suggestions to not use any sedative. It has been my experience that the feeling of not being in control of themselves makes them stress out even more. It sounds like this kitty is tame and would probably be better off with out the Ace. Don't forget that big towel to wrap

Re: OT: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Jennifer Ross
I have never heard of ACE, but did have a friend who used Benadryl to transport a cat in the cabin of an airplane. She had to give it pretty early before the flight, but the cat was apparently OK during the whole flight (2-3 hours). Don't know the dose though, so I would check with your

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread janine paton
I've also trapped moms using kittens for bait. It's heartbreaking until you see the mom weeks after the spay and she looks so much better and relaxed. Think of it this way - if you didn't try this - the kittens will get bigger, she will have a harder time caring for them. They will start

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Tad Burnett
Can you let kitty spend some time in the carrier at home, in and out to get used to it... Then a couple short trips in the car and if she doesn't freak I don't think she would know the difference of going off the ground... Also if she bonds with you and knows your voice she will be comforted

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
Is there a safe place to relocate momcat? I have a mini-colony of ferals in my back yard and two were relocated from another place to there.Hideyo, are you a member of the feral cat group yet? You may want to join. It's at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/feral_cats/Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Jennifer Ross
Allie was back at the vet today with 105 fever- came down to 102.5 with Metacam (kitty NSAID) and sq fluids. I did get the vet to show me how to give the sq fluids, so I can administer them now if she stops eating and drinking and looks dehydrated, or if her temp goes up (I've been monitoring her

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
Good suggestion Tad! Depending on how much time you have you can also start feeding in the carrier to get her used to feeling safe in there. Nina Tad Burnett wrote: Can you let kitty spend some time in the carrier at home, in and out to get used to it... Then a couple short trips in the car

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Marylyn
Calm yourself and let her guide you. You must ask her what she wants and you must ask her to tell you when she wants it. She will if you can listen (that is the hard part). She may need permission to make choices. Calm yourself and be very gentle with yourself and with Allie. Enjoy every

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Kat
Both you and Allie are in my prayers. Kat (Mew Jersey) On Thu, 11 May 2006, Jennifer Ross wrote: Date: Thu, 11 May 2006 15:28:14 -0700 (PDT) From: Jennifer Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: Prayers for Allie Allie was

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Jennifer my prayers and good thoughts are with you and Allie!! SherryJennifer Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Allie was back at the vet today with 105 fever- came down to 102.5 with Metacam (kitty NSAID) and sq fluids. I did get the vet to show me how to give the sq fluids, so I can administer

Re: OT: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread jenmeyer
Heh, I'd be more inclined to take the sedative myself and let the little one be! ;) In all seriousness, the little guy should be okay without it...I picked up our Marvin (FeLV+ Siamese) in New Jersey and flew him back to Houston with me in the cabin...other than the strange looks from passengers

RE: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
Hi, you and Allie are in my thought and prayers - -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kat Sent: Thursday, May 11, 2006 4:41 PM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: Re: Prayers for Allie Both you and Allie are in my prayers. Kat (Mew

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
Several years ago when I trapped Cutie-Pie's babies one by one and brought them inside, she cried and ran around the house looking for them at first. But when she saw them in my foyer through the screen door she was fine. She knew I had them. (They screamed like crazy for her but she was fine with

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
Hi, everyone, please understand I do spay and neuter whenever the opportunity there is I dont even want to tell you how many cats I have with me because its going to freak everyone out but I am saying that I simply dont have a space right now to even temporarily keep them.. I am used up

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
Where are you located? Perhaps there are other rescue people in your area. Your really must join the freral cat group I referenced in my earlier post. It's a nationwide group with close to 2000 members now.Hideyo Yamamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi, everyone, please understand

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
Where are you located? Perhaps there are other rescue people in your area. Your really must join the feral cat group I referenced in my earlier post. It's a nationwide group with close to 2000 members now.Hideyo Yamamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi, everyone, please understand –

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Hideyo Yamamoto
I am pretty well connected with the people in the rescue group I know them and they all know about me pretty much.. all the people I know of, they are in some what similar situations as I am they usually find a problem for ME to solve because they know that I will not say NOand they are

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
Senior and special needs cats are adoptable. It takes longer and you work harder at it but I firmly believe that, somewhere, there's a forever home for every foster cat in my care -- and that forever home is not necessarily me. You just have to really work on finding adoptive homes.Hideyo Yamamoto

RE: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread Ntigat
Next saturday I will retest another two cats, and on monday another two, and so on.Wendy I will apreciate all the documentation that you can provide me.I have also Alpha interferon.Thanks to all for the help. Today I don't feel very well. I think I'm a little depressive for that

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Lernermichelle
Please try Immuno-Regulin (see articles on www.felineleukemia.org). Smokey on this list went through the same thing and completely stopped getting fevers once he started getting Immuno-regulin shots. I believe he gets them sub-q at home now. Michelle In a message dated 5/11/2006 6:28:32

Re: OT: heartbroken (feral cat assistance)

2006-05-11 Thread felv
Hideyo, where do you live? I can try to find another feral caretaker in your area, and see if they can help with holding space and cages. I'm part of a very large feral cat network. Email me DIRECTLY at [EMAIL PROTECTED] with all of your info, including your email address, city, state, and

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread felv
I would not drug a cat before flying, especially not without a FULL medical workup (including a heart ultrasound). Cats are just as affected by pressure and altitude changes as humans are, and any drug given will have a much stronger effect in the air. This sometimes can lead to medical issues.

Re: Interesting Reading

2006-05-11 Thread felv
Many of my links are dead too... Maybe that website's owner works two jobs and runs a cat rescue too... It's one of the many things on The List, that is the never-ending list of things to do... Phaewryn (was Jenn, changed name) http://ucat.us http://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html Adopt a cat

Re: Can we please add this poor baby to the CLS? Better news

2006-05-11 Thread felv
Oh yeah! Wonderful news! I will have to cross-post that to many lists now... Phaewryn (was Jenn, changed name) http://ucat.us http://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html Adopt a cat from Little Cheetah (UCAT) Cat Rescue: http://ucat.us/adopt.html PLEASE DONATE TO THE TANGLE FUND: Tangle is a cat in

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread felv
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/FeralFriendsOnline/is another good one. This is the main feral group I am on, it's the email list for Ally Cat Allies, really good list, lots of help, members all over the country. I'm also on a feral cat transport group, if anyone ever needs to relocate a

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
I understand how you feel. Have dealt with that problem with my feral dog pack. You HAVE to get them from the mother (and it's hard when they are chow and german shephard mixes!) or they don't have a chance of being socialized. I hope you can trap her.Where do you live, Hideyo? I am seriously

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
True, but how do you get the kittens to stay in the back of the trap and not spring it on themselves.."Doljan, Joan" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Usually the mother goes in the trap very quickly because she hears and smells the kittens. -Original Message-From:

RE: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
Same story here. Cats had been living together for at least 4 months before I found one was positive. I had 12 I think at the time. None of my negatives ever turned positive. Adopted a new positive and same story. Some of my cats have lived nearly their entire lives (the older ones) with a

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread Tad Burnett
And the short car ride could be to a Kentucky Fried Chicken which would be placed near the carrier on the way home and shared at home thus the carrier / car ride become something to look forward to next time.. Tad Nina wrote: Good suggestion Tad! Depending on how much time you have you can

RE: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
yes! maybe put one or two kittens only inside a little box at the back of the trap. she'll go in for them.Hideyo Yamamoto [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I guess if I were going to try, I should try it asap before the mama forgets about her babies..huh?From: [EMAIL

Re: FeLV+ Kitten needs home in Dallas area

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
How long has Ballerina been with the other cats? If any time at all and she has retested all of them I think it 99.9 percent sure that 2 vaccinated 8 year old cats are NOT going to catch leukemia.. :(wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys,My vet called me yesterday and wanted to know if

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread catatonya
Prayers on the way for Allie. tJennifer Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Allie was back at the vet today with 105 fever- came down to 102.5 with Metacam (kitty NSAID) and sq fluids. I did get the vet to show me how to give the sq fluids, so I can administer them now if she stops eating and

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
Hi Tonya, You put the kitten in a carrier and back the trap up to the door of the carrier, cover both of them to make a tunnel. The mom hears and smells the kitten and goes in the "tunnel" to investigate tripping the trap. N catatonya wrote: True, but how do you get the kittens to stay in the

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
Virgina, Me too. I had cats living together, grooming each other, sharing food/litter, playing etc., with my +s before I knew of their status. I had my other cats tested and they were all neg. I didn't separate them because it would have been too disruptive to our family life and none of my

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
Sending positive healing vibes for your sweet Allie, Jennifer. And wonderful that you know now how to give her subQs---well done. That will help so much to keep her comfortable. You are both in my thoughts, hugs, Kerry - Original Message - From: Jennifer Ross To:

PAWS and the FeLV room

2006-05-11 Thread Kerry MacKenzie
Dear Belinda, Rebecca, Marylyn, Wendy, MaryChristine, Janine, Terri, Gloria, Becca, Karen and everyone -- I heard some great news last night when I (finally) met up with the PAWS clinic director, Rochelle, to talk about my foster Pookie's mishandled euthanization by Family Pet. During the course

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
Jennifer, I'm sorry you and Allie are having such a hard time. I know there have been several cats that seemed to benefit from IR, it may be worth a try at this point. Someone remind me, did Kerry R use this for her kitty with the spiking temps? When I first heard about IR, I had heard that it

Re: Please add Papoose to CLS

2006-05-11 Thread Nina
Aww Jeni, I'm sorry about little Papoose. I know your heart is breaking, but it's so wonderful that you made the short time he had on earth full of love and caring. You might not have been able to give him more time, but you gave him something even more important, you gave him a place to

Katarina

2006-05-11 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Hi all just need a few prayers for beautiful Katarina again,she is feeling abit under the weather and doc Jen is taking her to the clinic tomorrow.I did get to give her some extra loving tonight,you just never know if it will be the last time you get to see them.she purred up a storm for me.She is

Re: PAWS and the FeLV room

2006-05-11 Thread Marylyn
If this saves even one it will have been worth the effort. Thank you. If you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Very helpful, thanks - I'd heard that it can make them disassociative when they're coming out of it - not knowing where they are, etc. Gloria At 03:26 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: Acepromazine for a cat? This was first choice sedative? WOW! Tough stuff for kitty IMO, especially since he's

RE: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Re your last comment, right! I was thinking I might need the Ace more than Gizmo...! Gloria At 03:38 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: I've taken Tucson a couple of times across the country. I never gave her ACE---I was prepared for all possibilities---had a backpack that weighed a ton with food,

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Right, thanks to you all for the mention of the towel. Hadn't thought of that. Gloria At 05:09 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: I agree with the suggestions to not use any sedative. It has been my experience that the feeling of not being in control of themselves makes them stress out even more.

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Yup - been doing that. Started some Rescue Remedy too. Someone suggested a little Benadryl the morning of the flight...? Gloria At 05:25 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: Can you let kitty spend some time in the carrier at home, in and out to get used to it... Then a couple short trips in the car

Re: Prayers for Allie

2006-05-11 Thread TatorBunz
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Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Thanks a million, folks - everyone - this has been SO wonderfully helpful. Don't know what I'd do without you. Gloria At 07:30 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: And the short car ride could be to a Kentucky Fried Chicken which would be placed near the carrier on the way home and shared at home thus

Re: OT: heartbroken

2006-05-11 Thread TatorBunz
Yep that's me, I'm a sucker for senior Meezers! So they come to my home and live their time out sunbathing/eating whenever. I also get calls that people are trying to place their senior meezersfor many reasons that most you know. Idiots! In a message dated 5/11/2006 4:36:19 PM Pacific

Re: PAWS and the FeLV room

2006-05-11 Thread TatorBunz
YAY!!! That is awesome news...do keep us up to date on this! In a message dated 5/11/2006 7:31:54 PM Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dear Belinda, Rebecca, Marylyn, Wendy, MaryChristine, Janine, Terri, Gloria,Becca, Karen and everyone --I heard some great news last night when