I've just subscribed to Felvtalk, and I'm not at all sure how this system
works, so please forgive me if I mess it up. I've been through a rough time
with my kitty lately. His name is Ben, and he's about 5 months old. He
developed toxoplasmosis on Saturday (28/11/09), and initially
Hi, Natasha --
The great news is that once your kitty recovers from the toxo, the FIV
diagnosis is NOT as dire as it sounds. Firstly, a cat can live a long happy
life with FIV, and not exhibit a single symptom. The FeLV, if Ben does have
it, is likely to be the bigger problem. They are both
Has he had a CBC? He may need a transfusion if his hematocrit is too
low. Using Prednisolone may help boost that as well. Talk to your Vet.
My vet has gained experience with our cat I can supply his name
number via email. Your Vet is welcome to comsult with him.
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Will keep you and Kong in my prayers, for you to get a job and Kong to get
better. Keep us posted on both fronts.
Ashley Vanover ashley.vano...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi, everyone, I have been actively reading this list for a month or so now,
so I figured it was time I join.
My cat, Kong,
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