Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his
breathing is a lot better, he is still slow walking and moving around, I
would say that is
expected. We will do more x-rays when the fluid is hopefully gone to see more,
and blood work. Does anyone have
Hi Marci and Charles,
Glad to here the good news, and hope the improvement continues :) Please keep us updated!
-Original Message- From: Marci Greer Sent: Aug 12, 2013 1:57 PM To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" Subject:
Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going
to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the
lasix for the rest of his life. Your vet will know and meanwhile
keep a close eye on him. I am so glad he is better for now.
On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote:
I have been involved with Lil Bit lately, so may have missed something. I am
on a cancer group and am using the black salve on my leg to get rid of a
Lymphoma and taking a tonic. This stuff seems to cure just about everything.
It is bitter, but many of the members swear by it. Could be it
Is Charles eating normally? If he is then it may not be FIP. Did she check his
heart? Lasix can't hurt anyway. If it's not FIP it will take the pressure off.
Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors
If he has an appetite and is doing normal things, like annoying you at the
refrigerator, it may very well not be FIP. Do you have money to do an
ultrasound scan? In Texas it costs anwhere from $200 to $300 but if you have a
caring and compassionate vet, he may only charge $175. I have had a lot
There is really no definitive lab test for FIP and most cats can come up with a
high titer for the corona virus without showing any symptoms while others have
a lot titer and may actually have the mutated form of the virus. It's a very
aggravating disease because it keeps playing hide and seek.
It's called Neoplasene for cancer. It does work some of the time but it did not
work on Puss-Puss because her cancer was too advanced I think. She had a tumor
that was coming from her hock bone. She didn't seem to mind the liquid though.
My friend actually tasted a bit of it to see if it was
has chapperal and neem in it, are you sure it is th same? Also this does not
go by that name.
Lee Evans moonsiste...@yahoo.com wrote:
It's called Neoplasene for cancer. It does work some of the time but it did
not work on Puss-Puss because her cancer was too advanced I think. She had a
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