Hi everyone -
Just asking if you guys could say a little prayer for Bernie (1 yr. 8mos
FelV +) He isn't doing well and I'm afraid things could get worse soon.
He was diagnosed with uveitis about 2 weeks ago. The iris is still inflamed
even though we are using the predisone eye drops 3 times a
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I'm so sorry to hear that. Wonder if something else could be causing the
diarrhea, like giardia or something? Just thought I'd
Will sure be thinking of Bernie - best of luck,
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My Junior had uveitis which turned into glaucoma. He had and injury to his
eye before developing FELV. Anyway he was in pain and it sounds like that
may be the problem with your kitty. He was put on pain medicine and it made
all the world in his activity level. These kitties are very
More sad news to add to the rest of the sad news out there.
Frosty Paws and I have an appointment for 4:30 tomorrow at our vet's. I think
it is time to let him go, and I refuse to let him suffer needlessly. We all
know how our FeLV kids can suffer at the end. So I believe I'm doing the right
It is kind of hard to say if anything can be done for him as we don't
have a clue what is wrong with him. If he is severely anemic, it could
be cause by the FeLV or it might be Hemobartonella, which is very
curable. I have had luck on two anemic FeLV positive kittens using
Acemannan. If he
Well, I just got off the phone with the woman who rescued him, and she told me
some things I hadn't known about. First of all, she said he'd frequently been
sick: lethargic, lifeless, with labored breathing. She didn't know he was
positive at the time. And I thought she'd had him for just a
GLOW for both all of you. have you asked frosty paws what he wants? let him
know that you'd to have him stay with you, but that it's okay if what he
needs is to go on--sometimes i think they stay longer than they might have,
just to keep us happy.
he'll tell you if he's ready to go on, and if so,
I don't understand why people don't tell you the full story. I run into that
all the time in rescue. She may have just been afraid you wouldn't take him. I
wish you the best tomorrow.
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What a wonderful thought. They will let you know if you ask. Mine
On Feb 16, 2010, at 7:54 PM, MaryChristine wrote:
GLOW for both all of you. have you asked frosty paws what he wants?
know that you'd to have him stay with you, but that it's okay if
Could he have a heart problem? Asthma?
Does he still want to eat? When Keisha was in cardiac trouble (congestive
heart failure) she did not want to eat.
Asthmatics will choose breathing over eating (my Teddy).
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