And this is also our reward. They enrich our lives every minute of their lives.
Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote:
Thank you for giving Dani a chance for life. I also have a lot
of cats (15 at home) plus a FelV sanctuary in my building in
town. Sometimes these FelV
And the big problem is, is that the majority of the public isn't informed and
hang on every word a vet says. They trust them for the best advice. It's up to
us to spread the word as much as possible.
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Sorry to be lae, been off line for a few days. I also have a mix of positive
and negative cats. My vet said vaccinate the negatives and all should be okay.
Mostly, lots of love, good food and cut down on the stress pllus run to the
vet at the first sign of unusual behavior. better and
I have to share my futon with 6 cats. They fight over who gets to sit closest
to me. A lot of times I am in the middle and get the slaps, hisses, etc.
Lee Evans moonsiste...@yahoo.com wrote:
I was hissed at in the face by one of my cats. No, she wasn't angry at me. We
were sitting on
Does anyone have tips on how to get rid of ringworm on a felv positive kitten?
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I think there may be a problem with our server since there
has been no mail since the 9th. I will be checking into this
today as time permits. Sorry for the inconvenience.
James G. Wilson - phaed...@charter.net
http://www.felineleukemia.org (FeLV Support)
My vet had given me a liquid med to dab on the spots. Took a couple of weeks
but cleared up. Theres a pill as well but DON'T use that...all sorts of bad
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From: Elizabeth Ann Bodden elizab...@toonces.org
When we took in a cat with ringworm, the first vet prescribed an expensive oral
medication (something like Griseofluvin). We sought the advice of a different
vet who gave the cat a shot of antibiotics and recommended we use lime sulfur
dips. It took a while, but it did clear up. The dips are
I tried the L-Lysine human tablets for my cat and he threw up! Maybe
someone knows how to dose it down, but I felt it was risky. In fact, he
never tolerated the vet's product, either. Maybe it's just him.
I know it is good for humans as when I get a cold sore it knocks it
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of
James G Wilson
Sent: Monday, February 18, 2013 11:14 AM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Testing.. no mail since Feb. 9th?
I think there may be a
I use the Walmart Equate brand of Athlete’s Foot cream it is 1% Clotrimazole
and has always worked for my cats, have used it many times. Just apply a
couple of times a day, no mess, no smell and it is cheap. If they have quite a
lot of ringworm, I woiuld also bathe them with Nizoral shampoo,
I've used L-lysine capsules over the years just fine--same ones people
take. Buy them at a health food store. For an adult, average sized cat
(8-12 pounds +/-), buy the 500 mg capsules, open them up, and use roughly
half mixed in with a can of cat food,or equivalent. Ideally, you use 250
You could also use the natural remedies found on holisticat.com.
On Sun, Feb 24, 2013 at 9:10 AM, gcru...@centurytel.net wrote:
I use the Walmart Equate brand of Athlete’s Foot cream it is 1%
Clotrimazole and has always worked for my cats, have used it many times.
Just apply a couple of
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