Hi Everyone,It's been awhile since I have posted, but I've been keeping up. I have two FeLV cats and 2 that aren't. From information I have gathered here, I learned that I should isolate the non-FeLV cats ffom the positives. They've been mixed for almost two years now. I've also learned about
Bailey got epogen and his anemia was corrected, a transfusion would
buy you time until you can find a vet how is willing to work with you to
try and treat your baby, your vet is not doing his job in my opinion.
Just because a cat tests positive and gets sick is no reason to not try
I will ask my vet first thing tomorrow about the epogen and prednisolone. His blood levels are at 11%, very low. As a matter of a fact, I may call the emergency clinic today and see what they recommend. I don't know what else to do. He's only 2 years old this month. You are sure that these meds.
At 09:38 AM 10/15/2006, you wrote:
the transfusion buys them the time for the Epogen to work,the epogen
causes them to produce their own Red Blood Cells, that is the
simple explanation, It is not without it's risks which are not common,,,
but the alternative is he willnot make it, I would
Thank you so much. THis makes me feel a little better. I'm taking him into the emergency clinic right now. I'm going to get him the transfusion and the medication. I'll keep you all posted.Thank you again.kelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 09:38 AM 10/15/2006, you wrote:the transfusion
Please make sure they cross match the blood if at all possible.
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You may want to go ahead with the transfusion to buy time, the
epogen can take up to three weeks to work. With Bailey my vet feels it
was mainly the prednisolone that helped with his anemia but we can't say
for sure since he was on both. Bailey started epogen when his HCT was
at 18%, it
At 10:56 AM 10/15/2006, you wrote:
It is also my understanding that the first ransfusion doe not need ot
be cross matched as Luna does not have antibodies from a prior
transfusion, I use Immuno Regulin...
Please keep us posted when you get back from the ER vet,,
I'm so sorry
This news made my day!! I'm so pleased to hear that little sprite is
doing better! Hooray, hooray! The two of you have been on my mind and
it's such a relief to hear how well she's doing.
If I were you, I'd go ahead and tell my vet that I got a hold of some
Prednisolone and KNOW for a fact
At 11:15 AM 10/15/2006, you wrote:
Oh Nina...you are so much like me..Tend to tell and not ask,
This news made my day!!
I'm so pleased to hear that little sprite is doing better! Hooray,
hooray! The two of you have been on my mind and it's such a relief
to hear how well she's doing.
It's still difficult for me to write about Spencer... I'm still so raw
and depleted from the whole experience, but I wanted you to know that I
read and appreciated all of your heartfelt posts about him. Thank you
so very much for making such an emotional time easier to bear. I
Hello, I need some medical advice for my Tsunade. Does anyone know where
to get digest- a-meal made by infinity? My cat sometimes throws up her
just ate dinner and with the leukemia I think this would do her good.
Also I would like an immune system booster I have read about these being
omega oils to the diet is supposed to help stop shedding. Fish oil, which you
can get in capsules at the health food store, would work. My cats like salmon
oil sqeezed from capsules into their food (just a few
Vomiting just after eating is often a sign of hairballs.
Thanks, Nina. Of course, as I feared, right after writing that she is
a bit worse today. Went twice, had a little blood on it, eating less, and
going after Patches a lot. I think I may have forgotten her pred dose last night
though (will beat myself with wet noodle if I can confirm that),
I would try Acemannan shots. At least one person, and I think actually two,
on this list, have had acemannan shots completely turn around serious anemia in
positive cats. If it is an immune weakness thing and not cancer (or maybe
even if it is cancer?) it sounds like something that has a
My Little Luna didn't make it. He died because I guess of all the stress. His levels had dropped even lower than Friday. He's at peace now. It was too much for him. God I feel awful.Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You may want to go ahead with the transfusion to buy time, the epogen can take up
I am so, so, so sorry. Did he die during the transfusion? It's ok if
you can not write about it, but it might help us in the future to know
Oh Kris, I'm so sorry. Of course you feel awful, poor little Angel. I
hope you can take some comfort in knowing that little Luna was blessed
in finding someone to love him and care about him enough to try so hard
to save him. It's not the length of time we spend together that
Thank you so much for taking the time to write to me about Spencer. Who
did you lose on the 27th?? I'm so sorry. I know how much love, energy,
money, etc, etc you devote to your sweet babies. I can't believe you're
suffering through another loss. Big hugs to you my dear,
Kerry, I am so sorry!!
I'm sorry to hear that you've had so many new losses. As I'm sure most
of us on the list do, I have so much respect, admiration and gratitude
for you and the other volunteers. I don't know how you do it, but I'm
so glad there are people like you in the world that deal with such
Thanks so much for the update about your furry gang. I'm glad
everyone, (including little Moxy who doesn't know how to land like a
cat), is doing so well. Why do you have Will on continuous Clavamox?
I was advised to do the same for Hemobart and Doxy, but that was
because of the
Hi Nina,Tristan came home with me last Saturday and is doing great.He swatted at the other boys a little but nothing major now they play and groom each other.He is such a cuddler,he likes sitting in my lap while I am on the computer and he wakes me up in the middle of the night just to say Hi. :)
Thank you Leslie. As always you express yourself so well. Your mention
of dreading certain subject lines brought the memory of similar pangs
experienced for other's fur kids when reading the list. Sometimes this
group is a difficult one to be a part of, but isn't that just the way of
Oh Kris, I'm so so sorry. GLOW to light his path and ease your pain.Barb+Smoky the House Puma+El Bandito Malito"My cat the clown: paying no mind to whom he should impress. Merely living his life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile."- Anonymous- Original
I am so sorry for your loss. Luna is happy now at the bridge. I'll pray that you find comfort till you can be together again. Sheila
I just read your posts about Spencer. I am so sorry
to hear that you had to let him go. He sounds like
such a miraculous kitty, the way he reached out to you
before he passed on. It sounds to me like he was
trying to comfort you before he left. Bless you for
doing all the wonderful
I am so sorry and understand your dilemma. I still question the decision I
made about one of my cats. I think you will know in your heart when the
time is right.
At 07:42 AM 10/15/2006 -0700, you wrote:
It's been awhile since I have posted, but
Brewers yeast helps with shedding. You have to introduce it gradually but
it works wonders for dogs. I would check with my vet just because of the
delicate nature of Tsunade but would not hesitate to use it myself.
If you have men who will
Thank you. It's been hours, and I still have my other cats, but I still can't find peace within myself. I know he's probably content now; he's not in pain and he's not suffering. But I'm grieving so terribly bad. I can't stop. It has not been like this for my other kitties. I don't mean I didn't
Thank you so much. It's so hard right now.[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I am so sorry for your loss. Luna is happy now at the bridge. I'll pray that you find comfort till you can be together again. Sheila
Thank you. It means a lot to know so many care.Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Kristina,I am so sorry and understand your dilemma. I still question the decision I made about one of my cats. I think you will know in your heart when the time is right.Bless you,SallyAt 07:42 AM 10/15/2006
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My name is Wendy. I just finished reading all your
posts on little Luna. I teared up reading your words.
It brought back fresh memories of losing my precious
Cricket. He died from anemia just like your Little
Luna. It's been almost a year now. He was my baby.
I know just how you
I hadn't seen the pics of Tristan. He is
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THank you,he IS a beauty.Sorry I forgot to say to see the pics of Tristan. I have 4 beautiful boys!! ;)wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I hadn't seen the pics of Tristan. He isBEAUTIFUL:)Wendy--- Sherry DeHaan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>wrote: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/sherrydj88/my_photos
I am so very sorry.
In a message dated 10/15/2006 4:17:37 P.M. Central Daylight Time,
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Little Luna didn't make it. He died because I guess of all the stress. His
levels had dropped even lower than Friday. He's at peace now. It was too much
Hi Christine,I will be keeping you both in my thoughts and prayers. I hope Dodger finds a furever home, but until then I'm glad you are caring for him :)Gina Christine Parsons [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Hi Everyone, people with Felv cats who arereaching out for
Hi Sherry,Gorgeous, all of them! I love seeing everyone's kitty pictures!:) Gina Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/sherrydj88/my_photos Yahoo! Messenger with Voice. Make PC-to-Phone Calls to the US (and 30+ countries) for 2¢/min or less.Visit my
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He sounds like he has a wonderful temporary place...Thank you
I will be keeping you both in my thoughts and prayers. I hope
Dodger finds a furever home, but until then I'm glad you are caring for
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L-Lysine was recommended by members of this groupas an immune booster. My Pippin takes 500 mg of L-Lysine (powder from a capsule) daily mixed with her wet food. You can get it at any health food store. Make sure it doesn't have propylene glycol (not sure on thespelling of the word). :) Gina
Hi again,I did an online search for Digest-a-Meal and found the Infinity website. Here's their URL: http://www.infinity2.com/index.asp:) GinaChelsea Bennett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I need some medical advice for my Tsunade. Does anyone know whereto get digest- a-meal made by
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