I have been posting here about a positive kitten I found but now need
help with my 13 year old cat. In summary, can anyone direct me to
a website discussion group on topic realted to fluid in lungs to help
me Details are:I took her to the vet today b/c she
had a discharge from her eye wasn't
Kitty needs to be properly diagnosed. Both of my babies have lymphoma. One was
diagnosed with X-ray, ultrasound and fine needle aspirate and the other with
X-ray and fine needle aspirate.
They both receive chemo (Fuji for 20 months now). Both cats are relatively
healthy considering their
Melinda, thanks for taking the time to respond so quickly.
My fear is, if this vet didn't want to draw blood since she
said cat's gums started turning blue, how will she
endure further testing? How much stress
should I put her through? She was born to a feral cat, I have had her over
Talk to a holist vet (MHO). Kitty and Dixie, feral similar to yours,
did wonderfully with the care of both a holistic vet and a regular
vet. I know, I am blessed to have both and they respect each other.
Also, if possible, find another regular vet. Killing a cat without
My vet is and his assistant have become expert in dealing with feral cats
by using towels/blankets to wrap and rewrap as needed for examinations. I
have also learned this in dealing with feral cats. You could also get some
Bach Flower Remedy - RESCUE, use it in the cat's water, you can put it
And maybe some spray catnip concentrate
On Mar 3, 2012, at 5:47 PM, GRAS wrote:
My vet is and his assistant have become expert in dealing with
feral cats by using towels/blankets to wrap and rewrap as needed for
examinations. I have also learned this in dealing with feral cats.
Better test it out before going to the vet since every cat responds
differently to catnip, some get mellow, happy, and others might get very
agitated and even aggressive..
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