Think I goofed, lots of noise and my message got wiped out. Here goes again.
I have only given fluids once, to Lil Bit who was 10 years old and down in
weight. she was dehydrated so vet gave me fluids and needle to use. It was an
18 g and looked awfully big to me for such a small cat
I don't remember offhand, it was over a year ago, but I think I may have
gotten the link from the files at the FCRF yahoo group they have to give
fluids all the time so some good advice and links on there. you can google
it and check prices, you may need a script for the fluids as they want to
It's been about 3 weeks now and still trying to clean up a very bad
mistake. Here's my story! I have a beautiful male Bengal Cat name Buddy Buck
who is registered and I have papers and pedigree back 8 generations. I want to
breed him and just have had no luck finding a cat
Well, I don't know about the scam but about the cat; if you don't want her you
could call a rescue. What type of test did they do? I'd test with IFA tho the
in house is accurate for FeLV, or can be. I can't relate much to the situation
you are decribing b/c I live in Nebraska where temperatures
I'm sorry, cannot relate to your problem because I am a rescue and oppose
breeding, for obvious reasons. I feel really bad for the poor cat that is
not wanted for anything except breeding (but that's my personal view).
However, I would suggest that you contact a breed rescue or a group that
This is for Charles Adams:
Unfortunately, you are beginning to learn by your mistake that breeding
animals, whether cats, dogs, birds or any other species can be more
costly than it's worth. You state that you don't want a pet cat and
never did. I am assuming that the Bengal you have is just
I think you should follow the advice of the other posters -- get her retested,
get her spayed and find her a home where she's wanted. If she is truly FeLV+,
then find her a FeLV+ friendly shelter or adopter. It's in the best interests
of the cat.
It would also be in the best
Please heed the thoughtful advice shared by others on this list and have your
Bengals spayed and neutered before placing them in homes where they’re
cherished. I do rescue and have two retired breeding Bengals. One took two
years before she adjusted to life in a home. Sadly, the other
Charles many of the people here do rescue rescuers don't really have sympathy
for breeders. We spend our lives telling peple to spay neuter their animals.
We watch as animals are constantly destroyed because people don't listen to us.
If this cat retests positive I'd be happy to take her into
Try this link for info on sub q fluid supplies
From: gary gcru...@centurytel.net
To: dlg...@windstream.net; firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Sunday, May 27, 2012 2:29 AM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Giving
Also, check out this site. http://bricomedicalsupplies.com/
I had a wonderful cat with CRF who passed away a few years ago at 21. From
quick liver failure.
I have a set of great CRF links. Let me know if you want to see them!
Holly and Oliver (FELV positive)
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