Rude Ranch Animal Rescue, from which I adopted my felv+ cat Firefly, does
take in special needs cats (felv, fiv, severely injured, etc.). They are in
You can contact Kathy and Bob Rude at [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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I saw a nice list the other day, but can't remember where - will have
to look. Never heard of FORLs, what's that? Have you tried any of
the recipes in Dr. Pitcairn's book for her?
On Jul 13, 2007, at 8:40 AM, Melissa Lind wrote:
Just wondering if anyone knew of
Nice to hear from you it's been awhile.
Glad your doing okay with your health.
I hope you continue to thrive well.
Always look forward hearing from you anyway!
I have been on this group since 2001 I believe.
I have seen a lot come and go but will stay on this group for how ever
Just wondering if anyone knew of sanctuaries that will take special needs
kitties. My poor Ashley (foster kitty) still has diarrhea, and they suspect
she has feline odontoclastic resorptive lesions (FORLs). I want to find a
good home for her, but right now I'm not able to find anyone
James, so good to hear from you; you're a real special guy. I will
always be so grateful to you for the fact that the list exists in the
first place, and was there for me when I needed it most. Sending many
good wishes for your health's improvement,
kindest regards always,
FORL is a disease that has caused her front teeth to fall out. At least
that's what the vet thinks she has; it can't be confirmed without dental
x-rays, but my vet's office doesn't have the right equipment to take dental
x-rays. Who is Dr. Pitcairn?
Go to Amazon.com and search for Pitcairn. I've used his recipes on
cats with diarrhea. The one I recall had kidney beans, rice, real
turkey, kep... Worked very well. Once kitty got stabilized, I
experimented and I later switched to Nutro Lamb and Turkey (or a
similar lamb and rice), and it
Wow! Thanks Gloria. I'll look into this!
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Go to Amazon.com and search for
Also, what has been tried?
Gloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I saw a nice list the other day, but
can't remember where - will have to look. Never heard of FORLs, what's that?
Have you tried any of the recipes in Dr. Pitcairn's book for her?
On Jul 13, 2007, at
For her diarrhea, the old vet used Metrondiazole and Albon. No parasites
were found. The new vet tried new food (Science Diet ID) along with
Clavomox. She also dewormed her again just in case. Ashley has gained 2
pounds in the last two weeks since the visit with the new vet, but her poops
Sounds like what Fred gets, Mirtazapine, it worked great for him. He
gained back all the weight he lost and has maintained it for over 2
months now. It is recommended to start at 1/8 to 1/4 of a pill every 3
days, my vet wanted to start Fred at 1/4 but I decided to try the lower
Thanks Belinda. Is that a pain killer or is that the appetite stimulant?
Sounds like the latter
Does the stiffness come and go? Does he cry out when touched?
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From: Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Friday, July 13,
Have written Jim about this today, am way behind on emails lately.
Belinda might could help you.
*/wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED]/* wrote:
The post below is the only one out of 15 so far, according to the
archives, that I've gotten out of this particular thread. I have had
Sorry Laurie, it is the appetite stimulent (Mirtazapine). Fred is CRF
that's why his appetite suffers sometimes, once we got his potassuim and
phosphorus where it should be he is feeling MUCH better, no more
vomiting or loss of appetite. His HCT is going up and is normal again
so the only
James is correct about Yahoo.
I have another email address w/ them, and I am finding replies to my emails
in the bulk section, as well as many of my emails are beoing returned one
two days later undeliverable.
This has happened to good email addresses, seems to mostly be affecting
See: www.catinfo.org and www.catnutrition.org
the cat nutrition site tells you everywhere to purchase ingredients. I did this
during the food recall.
Home-Prepared Dog and Cat Diets by Donald Strombeck, DVM. Iowa State Press,
1999. ISBN 0813821495
Complete Guide to Natural
Hi. Check out the yahoo IBD group. Great info there.
It's possibly a food allergy. You might try the canned foods suggested at
www.catinfo.org if making home made feels overwhelming.
Depending on size of stool and frequency, the vet should be able to determine
if upper or lower intestine and
I gave this to my cat Keisha 2 hours ago and she isn't eating, yet. She's
been eating less than normal today. I think she has a temp (102.2 ~ vet tech
said this is high and vet said it isn't..?) but vet wanted to try the
appetite stimulant before trying antibiotics. I am going to have a long
Californias controversial mandatory spay/neuter
bill went down in flames this week withdrawn
just before it would have been voted down in the
state senate. It will be back again next year,
and Best Friends has some proposals as to how it should be re-framed.
Thats because, by the time
I can no longer support Best Friends and their dogma...
I have had several problems about having differing opinions on their
forum and any disagreements...very polite ones are pulled off by the
today I posted my disappointment at best Friends not supporting the
Spay and neuter
Heather, I read your email...never tried to answer an
email on this site, so hope it works...Anyway, I feel
very sorry for you and the kitties. I am new to this
site too. After I found out I had a FeLV+ kitten about
a month ago, I discovered this site and have been
reading everything possible
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