This really has been a bad week - I am so sorry for Umberto!
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Sara Kasteleyn
Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2011 12:21 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk]
That had to be so hard to watch and I am so very sorry! I hear of heartworm
stories here in Texas as well and I hate them and the mosquitos that carry
Too bad it was not caught earlier by your vet. That should have raised a red
flag with your vet since you are out in the country.
In case the chart I sent previously, didn't show up - this is quite good -
shows where it is most prevalent, symptoms, etc.
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I am sorry too Sherry, SIDS kitties always have the best, unique names, it's
so evident how much love and thought goes into your SIDS kids. Thanks to
you and everyone there for making sure Umberto, Turner Studley do Right
had the love they so deserved in their time here.
On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at
I'm so sorry this happened... Heartworm is basically very silent until it
gets so bad the dog is in real danger. They seem to be learning all sorts
of new things about treatment which is now more complicated then when
Immiticide was first developed. Problem is that unless vet is very familiar
We recently rescued an emaciated, obviously abused Rottie mix and his HW status
was so high that after talking to the vet we decided that given his body
weight, unknown history, fact that he couldn't be neutered until after
treatment, lack of foster homes and that the treatment would probably
How sad.I am glad he was surrounded by friends when he left.
On Jul 21, 2011, at 11:29 AM, Edna Taylor wrote:
We recently rescued an emaciated, obviously abused Rottie mix and
his HW status was so high that after talking to the vet we decided
that given his body weight, unknown
What a lucky dog to have come across you - imagine him dying somewhere all
alone, in pain, with nasty people taunting and chasing him...in such cases,
euthanasia is the kindest solution, even though it may be heartbreaking to
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