Re: Getting cat prescriptions filled on line

2007-01-28 Thread Kelley Saveika
Yes, Susan, that would be my preference. It stresses him out to pill him, and that's not the effect I want to get. I haven't been quoted a price yet. I don't even know which sites to go to to get a price quoted:). I am in Texas. Thanks, Kelley On 1/27/07, Susan Hoffman [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: To Jennifer re new kitty with FeLV

2007-01-28 Thread Jennifer Madon
Midnight is about 8 mo. He was a stray so I am unsure of his exact age. He peed on my kids in bed last night. I am going to take him to the vet Monday. I have got to get him to stop doing this. wendy wrote: Hi Jennifer, I have been reading about your new Kitty, and a few of the symptoms

Re: Getting cat prescriptions filled on line

2007-01-28 Thread Susan Hoffman
I think your vet has to prescribe this one. You can buy elavil in tablet form from http://www.1drugstore-online.com/ without a prescription. Try emailing them and ask if they can compound it as a salve for transdermal application. Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:Yes, Susan, that

Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
The vets are still all stumped by her case but think it is wet fip. I have been researching feverishly and she is on a lot of meds and is eating, but otherwise seems to be going downhill. Someone on an fip list serve emailed me about a cat who had all the same symptoms plus additional

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread elizabeth trent
I, for one, believe in the power of prayer -- prayers going up for you and Lucy. Hugs for you both as well. elizabeth On 1/28/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The vets are still all stumped by her case but think it is wet fip. I have been researching feverishly and she is on

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Paolo
Michelle, please do remember, *always*, that a 100% reliable assessment of FIP (dry or wet) CANNOT be made until the cat is alive: only necroscopic exams could tell the final word. There is plenty of cases of cats definitely diagnosed with FIP, that did not have it, just a panel of symptoms that

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Nina
I just sent you a link to The Secret video off list. http://www.universeofpower.com/resources/free_videos/the_secret_movie.html It's all about the power of intention, which I think is a big reason why prayer works. I find it quite affirming that you should post the request for prayer at the

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Barb Moermond
Of course we'll add our prayers to yours. GLOW to you both for strength healing endurance and peace. 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.

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Nina
A couple of the segments provided are not running for me, (the movie is divided into 20 minute or so segments to make viewing on line easier), but what I have seen so far makes so much sense to me. One of the premises is that we attract what we think about, what we feel about, into our lives

Re: Denosyl

2007-01-28 Thread Bpinesbksa
In a message dated 1/28/2007 10:01:20 AM Pacific Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Did your vet suggest denosyl for red blood cell production? I read the info at the link you sent, and it does not mention using it for this. Yes she did, and either it's pure coincidence, or it's

Re: Denosyl

2007-01-28 Thread Bpinesbksa
By the way, if I can help anybody with anything (even though many of the people here have a lot more knowledge of and experience with this dreadful disease than I do, unfortunately), feel free to email me directly for quicker answers.

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
I know. And we are treating for toxo, which does not really seem to be working so far. Next step is probably to treat for small cell lymphoma and fip inflammation at the same time with leukeran. But that suppresses the bone marrow and wbc, so my vets do not want to put her on it until we

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Leslie
Hi Michelle, I will be praying for Lucy - what does she look like so that I can picture her? Leslie Subject: Please pray for Lucy The vets are still all stumped by her case but think it is wet fip. I have been researching feverishly and she is on a lot of meds and is eating, but otherwise

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
I can't attach a picture to a post, but will mail you one offline. If anyone else wants me to do that, please let me know. Thanks, Michelle In a message dated 1/28/2007 3:34:13 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi Michelle, I will be praying for Lucy - what does she

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread anne
Michelle, You have my prayers. I agree, the power of prayer is a real force, I do believe! Anne and Simms, Sophie and other furry friends in MI and Jimi Too Cool, always with me in spirit Subject: Please pray for Lucy The vets are still all stumped by her case but think it is wet fip.

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Kelly L
Please send me a picture. I saw your post on BF this morning,,good people there,I will put her picture on the refrigerater. kelly At 12:53 PM 1/28/2007, you wrote: I can't attach a picture to a post, but will mail you one offline. If anyone else wants me to do that, please let me know.

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Barb Moermond
I would love to see a picture of your sweet Lucy. [EMAIL PROTECTED] 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

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Sally Davis
I too am trying to envsion her. Please sent me a picture too and I will continue to pary and send positive vibes your way. Love Sally, Junior, Daisy, Speedy Silver, Grey and White, Little Black, Lily, and Spike On 1/28/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can't attach a picture

Re: ot: transdermal benedryl gel for allergies

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
I just saw this email. It was me. I give it to Patches, who chews in the same places otherwise. but we are pretty sure it is anxiety with her, not allergies. How is it working? Michelle In a message dated 1/19/2007 12:43:29 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Kerry Roach
Hi Michelle, I hope Lucy is eating and feeling better today..I am behind as usual..I was wondering if they sent the blood off to be checked for toxo...When Bandy first saw the eye spec., that was the first test he wanted to do and really only thing Bandy hadn't been checked for in the

Re: Getting cat prescriptions filled online

2007-01-28 Thread Kerry Roach
I am also in Texas...I would really like to know where you can get them without a script, too..I do know a few places that will let you get a few things..but never what I actually need. We use Roadrunner Pharmacy in Phoenix for all compounding prescriptions...All the things that I got for

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
Thanks, Kerry. I am already giving Lucy all that you mention other than the chemo and coq10, but maybe I will get some Until yesterday she was on 10 mg/day of pred but I upped her yesterday to 12.5. I am all for more steroids if this is not something infectious. my local vet wants to wait

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Lernermichelle
one more question-- how long did it take the epogen to kick in for Bandy? thanks, michelle

Re: Getting cat prescriptions filled online

2007-01-28 Thread Susan Hoffman
You can get elavil from www.1drugstore-online.com without a prescription but it's tablets for oral administration.Email them and see if they can compound it. In the US though you will need a script for elavil regardless of how it is delivered. Kerry Roach [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I am

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Michelle I will add you and Lucy to my prayers.I would like to see her too. :) [EMAIL PROTECTED] Thanks and hugs to you Sherry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I can't attach a picture to a post, but will mail you one offline. If anyone else wants me to do that, please let me know. Thanks,

Re:transfusion

2007-01-28 Thread Bpinesbksa
In a message dated 1/27/2007 9:26:47 AM Pacific Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: If anyone has any ideas or information about how cats normally look and act when needing a transfusion (i.e. just tired, or not eating and almost nonresponsive?), I would appreciate it. Just saw

Re: Transfusions

2007-01-28 Thread Bpinesbksa
One more thing to consider when you are possibly looking at a transfusion. Depending on where you live and where you go, the cross-matching process might be a lengthy one. I don't have problems with that, because the employees at my vet's are glad to have their own animals donate God thanks.

Re: ot: transdermal benedryl gel for allergies

2007-01-28 Thread elizabeth trent
Thank you so much for telling me about this, Michelle. It makes a world of difference for Phelix. He doesn't mind when I rub it in his ear and he seems a lot more comfortable. I wouldn't be surprised if the fur grew back on his tummy. We really appreciate the tip. elizabeth On 1/28/07,

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Kerry Roach
I think the epogen worked in less than 2 wks...They all said that was very fast as it usually takes longer..He was at 20 and it went to over 32 in around 10 days. He was only on it for around 5 wks..as when he went to the specialist, the pcv had already dropped again to 23..so she stopped it

RE: Chris and Mylo

2007-01-28 Thread Chris Ramzy
Mylo went to the specialist yesterday. The doctor was very nice and seemed very educated on FeLV. He said that Mylo's kidney's are very inflamed, and that he believe's that Mylo has lymphoma and possibly liver disease. This diagnosis didn't surprise me as I know lymphoma can accompany FeLV.

Re: Chris and Mylo

2007-01-28 Thread elizabeth trent
Oh Chris...this is so hard. I am so sorry the prognosis was not better. You can let him know that you love him and comfort him. I know it is so hard to talk about - but there comes a time when the kindest gift you can give is freedom from pain and suffering. You will know if that time comes.

RE: Chris and Mylo

2007-01-28 Thread Kelly L
At 08:01 PM 1/28/2007, you wrote: I am so very sorry it was not what you had hoped for. It is very hard. Do you give fluids at home. Even if so many things are not going well, those extra fluids just help them feel so very much better. It is not stressful for them to get them at

RE: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Diane Rosenfeldt
Michelle, please send me Lucy's picture as well, please. Diane R. [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Please pray for Lucy

2007-01-28 Thread Gina WN
Lucy and you are both in my prayers. I do believe in the healing power of prayer and meditation. Gina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The vets are still all stumped by her case but think it is wet fip. I have been researching feverishly and she is on a lot of meds and is eating, but

Re: Please pray for Lucy...photo of Lucy?

2007-01-28 Thread Gina WN
Michelle, would you send me a picture of Lucy off list so that I may visualize her in my prayers/healing meditations? Thank you, Gina Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just sent you a link to The Secret video off list.