hey Joslin - glad you brought that up - I did do this, and the shelters that
don't have FeLVs gave their vets my number. thanks for mentioning this.
--- On Sun, 1/9/11, Joslin Potter joslinir...@yahoo.com wrote:
From: Joslin Potter joslinir...@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] observations
well said, Michael. that is what I found. It took some investigating to
uncover them :)
--- On Sun, 1/9/11, Second Chance Meows secondchanceme...@yahoo.com wrote:
From: Second Chance Meows secondchanceme...@yahoo.com
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] observations from adoption process...
I did check out one nearby that has raving reviews - it was awful, I
wouldn't bring a cockroach there! I'm sure there are, Michael, but as you
said, maybe we just don't know about them.
that's so awesome, Joslin!
My vet is young and open minded - the clinic onwers of the place she is at
always 'suggests' that FIV and FeLV kitties be put down. Because we have both,
and have gone through learning experiences with these kitties, she no longer
suggests this to clients. Same
you had spoken about having 2 cats you might need help placing, get back to me
and we can talk. i might be able to help
Second Chance Meows
A FeLV Sanctuary
From: Emeraldkittee emeraldkit...@yahoo.com
Sometimes it's not fair to state that Natalie. There are people who really
love their Felv+ cat(s)
and just want the best for them AND for their other Felv negative cats.
Not everybody has the space to keep healthy and 'sick' cats separate and try
different solutions so everybody will be
Hi, Czadna --
Thanks for caring for, and about, this little girl. I can't offer any direct
advice about treatment of this current crisis, but it sounds like you're
doing all the right things.
The good news is that if you can get her past this respiratory thing, FIV
positive cats are generally
I highly recommend you join the excellent yahoo group FIV health science -
it's a wealth of info, and helped me with my FIV boy. It's very active, with
case history, files, etc.
thank you for caring for this baby.
--- On Sun,
Peggy, I believe that you misunderstood what I wrote. I wasn't talking
about any of us who do rescue or have multiple cat households and therefore
may not have separate places for sick cats - I always had a space for FIV,
but not for FeLV until three years ago, not by choice, but due to necessity
I think you're on the right track and a vet visit is definitely called for
in this case - for something to ease her breathing. Our FIV+ cats have
always lived a very long and healthy life; a much easier disease than FeLV,
which is rather new to me. I only had a small kitten that died from it
I agree with you on the uneducated part in the beginning... I had always been
asked if I wanted to vaccinate my cats but knowing little and never knowing
anyone with a (+) I figured it would never happen to us, and even thou it has
has been a blessing... i realized just how
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