I am crossing my fingers for you. I am glad your vet was on board. We are all
praying for your little girl.
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Molly
Sent: March-02-17 8:10 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Follow-up
Sorry to have you repeat your post, but that was very helpful.
Good news! I took Mia to Vet's and my vet was totally on board with Zander's
Protocol. I gave her a printout of some of the info you sent. She even said she
had no problem with the Winstrol. I'm just waiting for the pharmacy
Yeah - I found a black light indispensable. It used to drive me nuts that I
could smell the urine somewhere and I would clean and clean and could still
smell it. The black light helped end the madness!
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org]
To find where he ahs gone, use a black light.
Jennifer Olson wrote:
> Figaro has urinated on the bed at least once before (didn't wake me up, but
> I was in bed), on a wall & somewhere yet to be discovered (somehow he got
> it on back of his neck that time!). I will
Figaro has urinated on the bed at least once before (didn't wake me up, but
I was in bed), on a wall & somewhere yet to be discovered (somehow he got
it on back of his neck that time!). I will try to find that other product
I agree, please give him another chance. Don't give up on him. I know it is a
problem, but don't let your frustration get to you and then transfer to him.
Take a deep breath, say a prayer. He isn't doing this to be mean or contrary,
there is a problem that causes this.
I was going to say urinary tract infection. Harley and Homey have both had
that and peed just in front of the box. Went to the vet and got meds. Neither
one was too happy about taking the medicine, but I found that if I sit in the
recliner, wedge them between myself and the arm of the chair,
Can I plead with you on Figaro’s behalf? I know how unbelievably disruptive and
disturbing it is to be peed on! I have had the pleasure. But very often it
signals something else is wrong. In my last cat who did this – who squatted
right on the bed while looking straight at me and peed, I
I have a lemongrass inside with scales and mealy bugs. I would like to spray
it and do a soil drench. Problem my cats love to eat lemongrass and I do not
want to kill them while saving the plant which I can replace. I have not been
able to get a satisfactory answer from the Green light
mY hARLEY OFF AND ON CATCHES MOLES, SCREWS AND MICE because we do have
invasions of mice in cold weather so I guess I should get him vacinnated for
Rabies. The others just go out and sit on the deck, Harley is my mouser,
anything that moves is prey including my toes under the cover.
I'd be very careful about not spaying a FeLV positive cat... I'm
curious about this assertion that all have died within a week?? If that
were a general outcome I think more of us would have heard about it ( we
have spayed and neutered 10 cats at the shelter where I volunteer in the
Are you thinking of bringing him to a shelter??... If I were you I
would research FeLV rescues/Sanctuaries. Depending upon in what part of
the country you reside you_ might_ be able to work something out. I
realize how difficult/frustrating it can be caring for an animal that is
Are you suggesting giving the vaccine to a cat (in my case 1.5) that has tested
positive but no outward signs of the virus ? I too haven't spayed her as my
vet suggests that every cat she has spayed/neutered that was positive died
within a week. I made the decision based on that to not spay so
The first thing I do when a new cat comes to me is spay or neuter, especially a
male, makes him less agressive and cuts down on spraying. If he does spry,
Jackson Galaxy has a product that really works! I use it for urine, vomit and
it really newutralizews the odor. First though, I do not
Then probably best to do so. Figaro will read off of you, and only make the situation worse. It's tough to deal with this kind of issue, and if it frustrates you to this extent, it is probably best to let someone else try. Have you had Figaro retested? Turning an outside cat into an inside cat is
Figaro is adorable, but I'm so frustrated with the whole situation-
I'm begining to consider other livining arrangements... aka placement...
On Mar 2, 2017 3:19 AM, "ROBERT CHAPEL" wrote:
Thanks Amani... this is very helpful and I will do my best to locate these
Thanks Amani... this is very helpful and I will do my best to locate
these references... preferably the full articles if they don't charge
too much for them ( I no longer work in hospitals and don't have access
to full medical databases ( for free)...
VERY interesting about the ebola virus
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