The bone marrow aspiration was suggested by my vet for Ana's cat ONLY to
confirm the regular leukemia - NOT for the Feline Leukemia virus!
I have only had one kitten, years ago, and now two adult cats that are FeLV+
- the kitten was sick all the time, and died at a very early age - Nemo
I keep thinking of how fast I lost Beltza, and hence I keep researching.
Just to find out that is very weird*, but that the bite of a *Loxosceles
reclusa* causes hemolytic anemia.
*weird in adults, not that weird in children -- I would say, not that weird
in our cats.
I don't know if
I am so sorry for your loss. We lost our Joey to AIHA several years ago
after aggressive treatment. It was very very difficult. Again I am sorry.
On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 10:53 PM, Ana Gutierrez ana...@gmail.com wrote:
I keep thinking of how fast I lost Beltza, and hence I keep
I was bitten by one last November. My wound didn't become necrotic - but the
swollen area was about 10 in diameter, it was tremendously painful and I have
a discolored noticeable concavity in my leg at the bite site which will
probably be permanent. Since that time I have suffered from
Ana, I would like to read the scientific papers please. I appreciate it!
...Saving just one pet won't change the worldbut surely the world will
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