Re: [Felvtalk] New to group

2008-10-19 Thread catatonya
I've been mixing *except kittens* for nearly 15 years now. I've never had it transferred. Your cats should not have a problem. Good luck! tonya Tracey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I have to say this is a very enlightening forum. I have learned so much from you all! I found a stray 2

Re: [Felvtalk] please post this to the mailing list

2008-10-19 Thread dlgegg
just because you currently don't have cats is no reason to opt out of membership. these are great, caring people. never know, you may again have a cat and in the meantime you may be able to offer a word of advice or comfort to someone else. dorlis [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: [Felvtalk] My Little Leo

2008-10-19 Thread dlgegg
i too have my grave sites. in the 28 years i have been here, i have buried 2 dogs, one a dump dog so called because he was dumped by his people and 8 cats. cats were all dumps too. they just show up and you can't turn them away. one was a feral and it took me 8 months just to scratch his

Re: [Felvtalk] New to group

2008-10-19 Thread Chris
Have 2 positive and 3 negatives. One of my pos lived with my 3 negs for years before I even knew she was pos! Nobody has come down with FELV--I vaccinate the negs. Christiane Biagi Cell: 914-720-6888 [EMAIL PROTECTED] -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: [Felvtalk] New to group

2008-10-19 Thread Sue Frank Koren
I have three positives and four negatives. They have all been together since April. I will have them re-tested before I vaccinate for Feline Leukemia again in March, but to my knowledge they are all still negative. I lost my sweet Tucker in May but my vet assured me he was still negative

Re: [Felvtalk] New to group

2008-10-19 Thread Pat Kachur
I have seven catsone, Mandy, is positive. I adopted her in July 2007. I discussed with my long-time vet and we agreed that if all my other six cats (all over five years old) had their vaccinations up to date (he stated that the vaccine is 90+ percent effective), there was very little

[Felvtalk] chemmo for Pupa

2008-10-19 Thread hebert ferrarezzi
Olá amigos, As already told, Pupa (8 years old) was tested FeLV+ in January/2008 and diagnosed with lymploma (large cell type) at the submandibular lymphnode in april. Since then, she has been treated with Staphylococcal Protein A and has recovered very well from severe thrombocytopenia and

Re: [Felvtalk] chemmo for Pupa

2008-10-19 Thread mdurante
Hi, I can only tell you my experience with chemo and lymphoma. You should, of course, discuss everything with your vet. One of my cats has lymphoma and has been through three rounds of chemo. When the side-effects were just too severe I asked them to lower the dosage. I was happy with my

Re: [Felvtalk] New to group

2008-10-19 Thread Saehwa Kang
I just joined the group and got some good news this past Friday. Lola, the 6 month old feral kitten we resued tested positive on the ELISA test at 9 weeks, 11 weeks, Sent from my iPhone On Oct 19, 2008, at 10:17 AM, catatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been mixing *except kittens* for