RE: Louisa Please add to the CLS :(

2007-12-05 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
I'm so sorry, Sherry.  Gentle Bridge vibes to Louisa.
 
Diane R.



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Re: Louisa Please add to the CLS :(

2007-12-05 Thread Sally Davis
Sherry

I am so sorry Louisa is gone. No telling what her life would have been like
had she not been rescued.

hugs

Sally

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OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread TatorBunz
Hi guys,
Can dogs and cats catch colds from each other?
Sorry having brain farts right now can't remember...getting old I  guess.
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RE: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?

2007-12-05 Thread Caroline Kaufmann

If they like Science Diet Kitten, they will love Wellness kitten-- trust me.  I 
have fed both b/c Wellness is expensive.  That is what I give my foster kittens 
who come to me sick and/or malnourished to really get them going and put on 
weight.  Now that I have two that are no longer sick and have totally packed on 
the pounds (completely healthy now), I've been feeding those two S/D kitten wet 
to give myself a financial break (plus I was given a free pack of it, so I 
thought I'd put it to use).  My 2 older cats eat wet Wellness adult.  All cats 
love it.  It's so good for them.  You can tell the difference in quality and 
smell yourself if you open a can of S/D kitten and a can of Wellness kitten and 
compare them visually and by smelling-- the difference is noticeable.  The 
Wellness is clearly all meat (no grains) and with very little gravy- yet cats 
still love it.  It's not that S/D kitten wet is bad, it's just not as good as 
Wellness or any one of the other premium, GRAIN-FREE brands.  
 
If/when you are transitioning them to a new wet food, you should always mix the 
old food with new.  There are specific protocols for doing this that are 
probably somewhere in the archives-- some people on this site know the 
measurements for old food to new food when switching, but I don't.  I just do 
it loosely by starting with half and half (half old brand, half new) and then 
slowly decreasing the amount of old to new, until you are feeding all new.  
This is easier on their stomachs.  Also, Eagle Pack Holistic has a powder 
additive that you add to their food specifically for assisting with the 
transitioning to new, premium, holistic brand food.  I haven't tried it, but 
it's supposed to help.  I use the additive for cats prone to stomach upset and 
diarrhea also made by Eagle Pack Holistic and I think it's just probiotics.  It 
seems to help.
 
Caroline  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: 
Re: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor? Date: Wed, 5 Dec 2007 08:39:17 
-0600  Hi Kenzie,  The general opinion around here is that there is better 
quality canned food, though you also don't want to buy them food they won't 
eat. In other words, eating low quality food is better than not eating at 
all. I'm feeding Wellness canned and dry to my little FeLV+ girl, and she 
loves it and does really well on it.  http://www.omhpet.com/wellness/  
I've used Mega C and Transfer Factor at the same time after talking to Ember's 
homeopathic vet about it, and there were never problems. I think that the Mega 
C is good for them; I'm just not sure that I believe it can cure  FeLV+ 
cats, as Mega C literature hints.   I seem to recall reading that when 
switching foods, it's best to have a mix of the two foods for a few days and 
gradually phase in the new food. There's probably good info on the web about 
switching from one food to another. I think the Wellness web site might even 
have this info.  Lance  On Wed, 5 Dec 2007 08:18:39 -0600, Kenzie Kanne 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said:  Hi-  I was wondering what kind of diet everyone 
uses for their FELV positive  cats and kittens. I am currently feeding mine 
Science Diet Kitten Chow  and also Friskies canned in a.m. and pm. These 
ladies have their habits.  I have tried switching their dry food and they 
began vomiting and quit  eating so we continued w/ it. I didn't know if their 
was a better dry or  canned I should be feeding them or if what they are 
eating is okay. I  don't want to distress them and they do like their soft 
food twice a day.Also, I have the Transfer Factor?? Can't remember if 
that is how it is  said..the powder at my house and I have been using Mega C 
Plus everyday  for 3 months now...has anyone used Mega C Plus before? Has it 
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Re: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?

2007-12-05 Thread Pat Kachur
I have been feeding Mandy PetGuard wet food and Greenies treats.  For dry, she 
gets Nutro.  She's thriving on this--you would never know that she is leukemia 
positive.  Her eyesight has not deteriorated since I have had her.  She was 
totally deaf when I got her but that doesn't seem to bother her at all.  
  - Original Message - 
  From: Kenzie Kanne 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 9:18 AM
  Subject: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?


  Hi-
  I was wondering what kind of diet everyone uses for their FELV positive cats 
and kittens.  I am currently feeding mine Science Diet Kitten Chow and also 
Friskies canned in a.m. and pm.  These ladies have their habits.  I have tried 
switching their dry food and they began vomiting and quit eating so we 
continued w/ it.  I didn't know if their was a better dry or canned I should be 
feeding them or if what they are eating is okay.  I don't want to distress them 
and they do like their soft food twice a day.
   
  Also, I have the Transfer Factor??  Can't remember if that is how it is 
said..the powder at my house and I have been using Mega C Plus everyday for 3 
months now...has anyone used Mega C Plus before?  Has it worked for you?  So do 
I continue w/ the Mega C plus only or do I keep using it and use the Transfer 
Factor too or should I just used the Transfer Factor.  Any advice is 
appreciated.  Thanks everyone!

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Re: OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread Susan Hoffman
It is also possible to give your cats a cold.  Again, it depends on what 
organism is causing the upper respiratory problem.  There are 100s out there 
and some can be passed between species and others cannot.

MaryChristine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  depends of which organism is causing 
the symptoms--corona, rhino, herpes, etc--some are species-specific, other are 
less discriminating

  On Dec 5, 2007 4:55 PM, Pat Kachur  [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very 
infectious.

  - Original Message - 
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  To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 12:48 PM
  Subject: OT:Question
  

  Hi guys,
  Can dogs and cats catch colds from each other?
  Sorry having brain farts right now can't remember...getting old I guess.
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Re: OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread Jane Lyons

Hi Terrie
It's my understanding that colds are not transmitted
between cats and dogs.
When I first got MeMe she had a terrible upper respiratory and was  
sneezing

constantly. My dogs shared a water bowl and sometimes a bed with her and
they were fine.
Hope all is well with your kitties.
Best
Jane
On Dec 5, 2007, at 4:55 PM, Pat Kachur wrote:

Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very  
infectious.

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Subject: OT:Question

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RE: OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread Caroline Kaufmann

Alright, I am not an expert, but here's what I have know/have learned: I think 
it depends on the cause of the URI-- which with cats, we know it can be many 
different things and usually, it's too expensive to actually run a culture and 
find out what is causing the URI (unless it's a chronically suffering cat 
having a significant amount of trouble and then the cost outweighs the need).  
In cats, it's usually feline herpes (a VIRUS) OR feline caliciVIRUS causing the 
URI (but not always).  In general, viruses are not zoonotic (transmittable over 
different species).  However, if the URI is caused by a BACTERIAL infection, 
then yes, possibly it is transmittable to a dog.  Again, in general though, 
cats are more prone to URIs than dogs.  I think dogs most common shelter-type, 
highly contagious disease is 'kennel cough.'   Here are the 'general' rules:  
There are some zoonotic diseases that can be transmissible between cats, dogs, 
and humans, but they shouldn't cause upper respiratory diseases. Most are 
caused by internal parasite infections, such as giardia or tapeworms. Rabies, 
mange, and ringworm are other examples of zoonotic diseases. For cat and dog 
upper respiratory infections, however, the disease-causing agents are usually 
species-specific (hence the titles being FELINE herpes, etc.,  and your dog 
should not be able to catch the URI from a cat.  If a dog seems to come down 
with a URI at the same time as a cat with a URI, (insert my lawyer-speak here), 
it's more likely than not that the dog may have actually caught it from 
another dog.
Here's a quick reference for shelters found on the internet:
http://www.animalsheltering.org/resource_library/magazine_articles/jan_feb_1997/controlling_upper_respiratory_infections_in_your_shelter.htmlOkay,
 again, I am no expert, but this is the information on the subject that I have 
found generally.Caroline 


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Hi guys,
Can dogs and cats catch colds from each other?
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Re: OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread MaryChristine
depends of which organism is causing the symptoms--corona, rhino, herpes,
etc--some are species-specific, other are less discriminating

On Dec 5, 2007 4:55 PM, Pat Kachur [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very
 infectious.

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Re: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?

2007-12-05 Thread Lance
Hi Kenzie,

The general opinion around here is that there is better quality canned
food, though you also don't want to buy them food they won't eat. In
other
words, eating low quality food is better than not eating at all. I'm
feeding Wellness
canned and dry to my little FeLV+ girl, and she loves it and does really
well on it.

http://www.omhpet.com/wellness/

I've used Mega C and Transfer Factor at the same time after talking to
Ember's homeopathic vet about it, and there were never problems. I think
that the Mega C is good for them; I'm just not sure that I believe it
can cure 
FeLV+ cats, as Mega C literature hints. 

I seem to recall reading that when switching foods, it's best to have a
mix
of the two foods for a few days and gradually phase in the new food.
There's
probably good info on the web about switching from one food to another.
I
think the Wellness web site might even have this info.

Lance

On Wed, 5 Dec 2007 08:18:39 -0600, Kenzie Kanne
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
 Hi-
 I was wondering what kind of diet everyone uses for their FELV positive
 cats and kittens.  I am currently feeding mine Science Diet Kitten Chow
 and also Friskies canned in a.m. and pm.  These ladies have their habits.
  I have tried switching their dry food and they began vomiting and quit
 eating so we continued w/ it.  I didn't know if their was a better dry or
 canned I should be feeding them or if what they are eating is okay.  I
 don't want to distress them and they do like their soft food twice a day.
  
 Also, I have the Transfer Factor??  Can't remember if that is how it is
 said..the powder at my house and I have been using Mega C Plus everyday
 for 3 months now...has anyone used Mega C Plus before?  Has it worked for
 you?  So do I continue w/ the Mega C plus only or do I keep using it and
 use the Transfer Factor too or should I just used the Transfer Factor. 
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Re: Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?

2007-12-05 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Kenzie

Here is what I use for Junior. I sometimes I run out, but for the most part
he gets:

Wellness Transfer Factor   1 cap AM
Manapol  approx 1/2 teapAM
l lysine 1 capAM and PM if he URI or runny eyes
Colostrum  PM
Probiotics as needed for possible diarrhea when on antibiotics.
I also gave him immunoregulin monthly subcutaneous but he has not received
this for a couple months

If you are using 4life Transfer Factor Then you could probably skip the
Manopol as 4life contains mannans

He has passed his 1 year mark.

sally



On Dec 5, 2007 9:18 AM, Kenzie Kanne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi-
 I was wondering what kind of diet everyone uses for their FELV positive
 cats and kittens.  I am currently feeding mine Science Diet Kitten Chow and
 also Friskies canned in a.m. and pm.  These ladies have their habits.  I
 have tried switching their dry food and they began vomiting and quit eating
 so we continued w/ it.  I didn't know if their was a better dry or canned I
 should be feeding them or if what they are eating is okay.  I don't want to
 distress them and they do like their soft food twice a day.

 Also, I have the Transfer Factor??  Can't remember if that is how it is
 said..the powder at my house and I have been using Mega C Plus everyday for
 3 months now...has anyone used Mega C Plus before?  Has it worked for you?
 So do I continue w/ the Mega C plus only or do I keep using it and use the
 Transfer Factor too or should I just used the Transfer Factor.  Any advice
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Re: Louisa Please add to the CLS :(

2007-12-05 Thread dede hicken


So sorry, Sherry. She ws lucky to have found you.

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Questions on Diet and Transfer Factor?

2007-12-05 Thread Kenzie Kanne
Hi-
I was wondering what kind of diet everyone uses for their FELV positive cats 
and kittens.  I am currently feeding mine Science Diet Kitten Chow and also 
Friskies canned in a.m. and pm.  These ladies have their habits.  I have tried 
switching their dry food and they began vomiting and quit eating so we 
continued w/ it.  I didn't know if their was a better dry or canned I should be 
feeding them or if what they are eating is okay.  I don't want to distress them 
and they do like their soft food twice a day.
 
Also, I have the Transfer Factor??  Can't remember if that is how it is 
said..the powder at my house and I have been using Mega C Plus everyday for 3 
months now...has anyone used Mega C Plus before?  Has it worked for you?  So do 
I continue w/ the Mega C plus only or do I keep using it and use the Transfer 
Factor too or should I just used the Transfer Factor.  Any advice is 
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Re: OT:Question

2007-12-05 Thread Pat Kachur
Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very infectious.
  - Original Message - 
  From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 12:48 PM
  Subject: OT:Question


  Hi guys,
  Can dogs and cats catch colds from each other?
  Sorry having brain farts right now can't remember...getting old I guess.
  Somebody contacted me about this.
  Thanks!

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Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

2007-12-05 Thread wendy
Hello everyone,
 
It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor and I helped Julie cross over 
the Rainbow Bridge yesterday afternoon.  She was purring and happy when it 
happened and she passed peacefully.  She was my beautiful 18.5 year old Maine 
Coon who lived a charmed life and was spoiled to no end.  She was a very, very 
sweet kitty and was never aggressive to anyone or to any fellow animal ever.  
Her little body had just had it from the hyperT and CRF, and after this last 
week, I knew it was time.  It was such a difficult decision to make though.  
Part of me felt like it was not my place to make that decision; after all I did 
not create her life.  The other part knew that I could never let her suffer the 
way my Cricket did when he died from FeLV-related anemia.  I knew it would be a 
matter of days for her and I wanted her to pass without suffering.  I took off 
work to spend the day with her and she had a great day, even being as weak as 
she was.  She enjoyed being
 outside in the sun; it was a beautiful day.  I just want to thank everyone 
here for your help and encouragment with all my kitties and for being such 
great listeners.  You all are wonderful people.
 
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Re: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

2007-12-05 Thread glenda Goodman
Wendy, 
I'm so sorry for your loss. Julie had to have been a
wonderful , beautiful kitty and very blessed to have
you and your family as her family. I do still read the
posts from your list. As soon as the news gets over to
your friends on the 'other list' do not be surprised
if you hear from some of those guys too...
Love, Glenda  
--- wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hello everyone,
  
 It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor
 and I helped Julie cross over the Rainbow Bridge
 yesterday afternoon.  She was purring and happy when
 it happened and she passed peacefully.  She was my
 beautiful 18.5 year old Maine Coon who lived a
 charmed life and was spoiled to no end.  She was a
 very, very sweet kitty and was never aggressive to
 anyone or to any fellow animal ever.  Her little
 body had just had it from the hyperT and CRF, and
 after this last week, I knew it was time.  It was
 such a difficult decision to make though.  Part of
 me felt like it was not my place to make that
 decision; after all I did not create her life.  The
 other part knew that I could never let her suffer
 the way my Cricket did when he died from
 FeLV-related anemia.  I knew it would be a matter of
 days for her and I wanted her to pass without
 suffering.  I took off work to spend the day with
 her and she had a great day, even being as weak as
 she was.  She enjoyed being
  outside in the sun; it was a beautiful day.  I just
 want to thank everyone here for your help and
 encouragment with all my kitties and for being such
 great listeners.  You all are wonderful people.
  
 Sincerely,
 Wendy
 
 
  


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Re: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

2007-12-05 Thread Lance

Wendy,

I'm so sorry that Julie has gone, and that you are heartbroken as a  
result of her departure, but she will always be with you. She  
obviously had a great life. You'll be in my prayers.


Lance

On Dec 5, 2007, at 9:04 PM, wendy wrote:


Hello everyone,

It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor and I helped Julie  
cross over the Rainbow Bridge yesterday afternoon.  She was purring  
and happy when it happened and she passed peacefully.  She was my  
beautiful 18.5 year old Maine Coon who lived a charmed life and was  
spoiled to no end.  She was a very, very sweet kitty and was never  
aggressive to anyone or to any fellow animal ever.  Her little body  
had just had it from the hyperT and CRF, and after this last week, I  
knew it was time.  It was such a difficult decision to make though.   
Part of me felt like it was not my place to make that decision;  
after all I did not create her life.  The other part knew that I  
could never let her suffer the way my Cricket did when he died from  
FeLV-related anemia.  I knew it would be a matter of days for her  
and I wanted her to pass without suffering.  I took off work to  
spend the day with her and she had a great day, even being as weak  
as she was.  She enjoyed being outside in the sun; it was a  
beautiful day.  I just want to thank everyone here for your help and  
encouragment with all my kitties and for being such great  
listeners.  You all are wonderful people.


Sincerely,
Wendy

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Re: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

2007-12-05 Thread C J
I'm so sorry for you and Julie.  These kitties hold such a special place in our 
lives.

Cassandra
  - Original Message - 
  From: wendy 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 9:04 PM
  Subject: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge


  Hello everyone,

  It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor and I helped Julie cross 
over the Rainbow Bridge yesterday afternoon.  She was purring and happy when it 
happened and she passed peacefully.  She was my beautiful 18.5 year old Maine 
Coon who lived a charmed life and was spoiled to no end.  She was a very, very 
sweet kitty and was never aggressive to anyone or to any fellow animal ever.  
Her little body had just had it from the hyperT and CRF, and after this last 
week, I knew it was time.  It was such a difficult decision to make though.  
Part of me felt like it was not my place to make that decision; after all I did 
not create her life.  The other part knew that I could never let her suffer the 
way my Cricket did when he died from FeLV-related anemia.  I knew it would be a 
matter of days for her and I wanted her to pass without suffering.  I took off 
work to spend the day with her and she had a great day, even being as weak as 
she was.  She enjoyed being outside in the sun; it was a beautiful day.  I just 
want to thank everyone here for your help and encouragment with all my kitties 
and for being such great listeners.  You all are wonderful people.

  Sincerely,
  Wendy


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Re: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

2007-12-05 Thread Jane Lyons

Wendy
I am so sorry for your loss. 18.5 years is a big part of your life  
and a long
relationship with another being. Julie will always be a part of you.  
I hope

knowing that she is in the warm sunshine will help you heal.

Jane




On Dec 5, 2007, at 11:20 PM, C  J wrote:

I'm so sorry for you and Julie.  These kitties hold such a special  
place in our lives.


Cassandra
- Original Message -
From: wendy
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 9:04 PM
Subject: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge

Hello everyone,

It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor and I helped  
Julie cross over the Rainbow Bridge yesterday afternoon.  She was  
purring and happy when it happened and she passed peacefully.  She  
was my beautiful 18.5 year old Maine Coon who lived a charmed life  
and was spoiled to no end.  She was a very, very sweet kitty and  
was never aggressive to anyone or to any fellow animal ever.  Her  
little body had just had it from the hyperT and CRF, and after this  
last week, I knew it was time.  It was such a difficult decision to  
make though.  Part of me felt like it was not my place to make that  
decision; after all I did not create her life.  The other part knew  
that I could never let her suffer the way my Cricket did when he  
died from FeLV-related anemia.  I knew it would be a matter of days  
for her and I wanted her to pass without suffering.  I took off  
work to spend the day with her and she had a great day, even being  
as weak as she was.  She enjoyed being outside in the sun; it was a  
beautiful day.  I just want to thank everyone here for your help  
and encouragment with all my kitties and for being such great  
listeners.  You all are wonderful people.


Sincerely,
Wendy

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