Thanks, agreed here. We've always had such a great, supportive and
informative list here on FELVtalk. And although there are some
disagreements, this particular topic has been helpful.
On Aug 27, 2010, at 4:41 PM, Barb Moermond wrote:
I think that in order to keep this a civil
since she is in heat, can you keep her seperate from males? give her lots of
love and attention and use Felway to keep the stress level down. i spayed both
of my positive girls. the vet said to keep them seperate for a week so she
could heal. i have had no problems with either girl. Annie
Has anybody had a problem with high calcium levels after feeding EVO? I
changed my household to it over a year ago when Wolfie was losing weight. At
one of his last visits, his calcium tested just slightly elevated. Now I've
taken my FIV+ cat in and she is also testing high for calcium. She
Amy, I'm guessing you have only checked the serum calcium levels. You need to
check the ionized calcium levels to know if there is a problem. If the iCa is
high then you would want to look into the cause. The iCa test is expensive but
the only way I know of to verify if there is a problem.
I have spayed 6 FeLV girls and neutered 2 FeLV boys - all rescues. None of the
girls were in heat. If you can, it would be better until this heat cycle is
over to spay her. That would also give you a chance to feed her a good diet
for a couple of weeks to build up her system.
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