Can you try giving something to calm him down, like Bach Flower Rescue
Remedy or other available things such as PetCalm, etc? I bet some Feliway
would help him too! Good luck - Natalie
hi Natalie and everyone!
thanks for all the food suggestions!!
Good news! The Whimzer has resume eating - apparently, he was just very angry
and disturbed that we changed his routine. Good to know for the future. It was
quite a fright though. He started eating normally this morning. Now
Excellent news! You must be so relieved. It's so scary when they Just.
Won't. Eat. and you don't know what their issue is. Season's Greetings to
Whimsy and all of you.
It's been a few years since I last posted. Background: I found this amazing,
wonderful, kind, supportive, and knowledgeable group--it remains my best
Internet experience--after discovering that 5 members of a feral colony of 4
kittens and 2 adults that I took in in 2003 had tested
Hi Kerry, I remember you from way back. So glad to see you out there
and hear your story. I think I took in my first FELV cats in 2001 -
Mr. Black Kitty and Calawalla Banana Booboo. Mr. Black Kitty was a
double positive, and lived about a year. He was SOO skinny, but
I sometimes wonder what subgroup/strain they were, and what my present FELV's
are. I've got a great picture of them on a bed with my non-FELV, Shakespeare,
just chillin and looking great
Do you know if there is a way to test for the strain? I never heard of it at a
I've never heard of a test for subgroups but they just have it..
Hey from my baby Shakespeare! He's a sweetie !
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On Dec 25, 2010, at 2:03 PM, Emeraldkittee emeraldkit...@yahoo.com wrote:
I sometimes wonder what subgroup/strain they were, and what my present
Great news, just in time for Christmas!
I wonder sometimes who suffers the most for their illness, them or us. If
someone is really sick, I don't sleep well and won't eat much myself. I am
always listening for sounds of distress. It is always to see them back on
their feet and behaving
i WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND WHY PEOPLE CAN DO SUCH A THING. I know I am a bit of a
pushover when it comes to animals and children who are nt able to defend
themselves from people's cruelty, but I would rather starve myself than to let
my babies do without food or care. Maybe we should start a
RE: parrots. People should not be allowed ot adopt them unless they uflly
understand how long they live and how to properly care for them. My boss had
an Amazon conyure name of Baltezar and after 6 years, it became a problem of
what to do with him when he was out of town, sometimes for a
You said it, your attention. I have left and then when they all thought I was
gone snuck around to a window and everyone was just a peaceful as could be.
They all follow me around the house and want to be close. That is when the
hissing, screaming and slapping starts. Not everyone fits on
Thank God we only have hissing, slapping type fights. So far.
Lorrie felineres...@kvinet.com wrote:
Laura, I feel for you I had one like that! He tore up all my
other cats, and it got so bad I had to keep him in one section of our
house. He was about two when we rescued him and
If you have enough money to provide for them, may I suggest The Stevenson
Center at Texas AM?
http://www.cvm.tamu.edu/petcare/It is not cheap but is a safe place for
pets to go and live in a home like environment, has vet students who live
Yes, it's very difficult to deal with, for me and for the other cats. Funny
though, Blizzard sometimes seems afraid of other cats. For example, yesterday
several of the cats were clustered around the food bowl with 3 or 4 others
close by. Bliz wanted to get into the living room, but these cats
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