My girl went to the clinic today for some bloodwork that I requested because
she has been losing weight.What I feared the worst was true.She now is fiv+ and
felv+. :( I never had her retested before I brought her home almost 2 years
ago.So now I worry about my boys because I decided not to
Your prices are very reasonable, considering you will undoubtedly
have a lot of veterinary expenses with these FelV cats. These other
places are way out of line, and only the very rich could afford them.
There must be a medium priced santuary for cats (not necessarily FelV
cats) someplace, but I
Sherry, that is so scary, and I know how you feel because my cats
have inadvertently been exposed to FelV too, but not one has shown
any signs of illness. I need to have them all tested, but it is
so expensive for the office call plus the testing, so I just pray
for the best.
You are in my
All good vibes for Mystique. I'm sure she'll be fine with the others. And
vibes for you as well!
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Sherry DeHaan
Sent: Thursday, August 27, 2009 3:24 PM
Sherry, don't give up and don't stop fighting! Several months ago, I found a
beautiful Calico kitten in the alley. She was very sick and is FELV
positive. After 5 days at the vet with antibiotics and IV's,the vet let her go
home but said that her blood work didn't look good and that her
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