I went thru the lymph node thing with one cat three years ago. All external
nodes were the size of a golfball. His were so bad internally that they
obstructed his bowel. He was in a household with FeLV+s, so we assumed
lymphosarcoma. I took him in, and it was my first contact with a new Vet. I
I tried Immunoregulin for a long time with my FeLV little boy, but it was
completely ineffective. You need to be doing regular (weekly or every other
week) blood testing, to monitor whether the Immunoregulin is helping or not.
If not, then don’t run through the full 21 weeks. There
I suggest getting her brother tested ASAP and subsequently vaccinated
against FeLV if he is negative.
On Feb 25, 2017 9:57 AM, "Sandy" wrote:
> this is from previous posts - get your kitty cat to a vet - hopefully -
> who will not be afraid to "go outside" the box.
this is from previous posts - get your kitty cat to a vet - hopefully - who
will not be afraid to "go outside" the box.
Winstrol – 1 mg twice a day
Doxycycline – 1/5 to ¼ tablet (100 mg) twice a day
Prednisolone – ½ 5 mg tablet, twice a day
If there are problems with the
I haave had no problems with this, all I can offer is prayer.
Molly Mou wrote:
> I am new to the list. Three weeks ago my 5-year old Miakitty was diagnosed
> with FeLv. The ELISA test showed slightly + for FeLv. Itook her to the vet’s
> initially because her lymph
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