Hi, I agree, you must make sure she has high quality food and add some Vitamin
C and if you can digestive enzymes too . there are many things thta can help
FeLV kitties, such as Ambrotose, Ginseng royal jelly, Co Q10, DMG all these
things can boost the immune system, You don't need to give
A friend just took in a pregnant cat yesterday (she was taken to a no kill
shelter this week). She thinks the cat might deliver today.
She thinks she might have an URI. Does anyone know if the kittens will have
or contract the URI?
In my experience many times they do pick up the URI. URI's are very
contagious. They can usually be treated with mild antibiotics a short time
after birth though and are usually ok.
All cases are different though. I hope they thrive and do very well.
--- On Sun, 4/12/09,
Does anyone live in a community with a TNR ordinance?
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