Amani – this sounds logical to me. I wonder if this could be done at a vet
school. It could be a breakthrough in FeLV treatment!
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Amani
Sent: Wednesday, March 1, 2017 1:00 PM
HTH is 'short hand' for 'Hope that Helps'
Kat (Mew Jersey)
Sent: Sunday, March 05, 2017 at 9:54 AM
From: "Jennifer Olson"
To: email@example.com, Margo
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] How coyld I foeget?!?!?
It is Advantage
I understand the mite reproduces/hatches in 7-10 cycles + had a cat (not FeLV)
with persistent "ear mites" ended up to be a yeast infection - finally did a
culture - just an fyi
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lBut that is the one that caused hair loss at the site so I stopped it.
Amani Oakley wrote:
> That’s so weird. I have used Revolution, and it gets rid of the ear mites
> with a single application.
> From: Felvtalk
It is Advantage Multi =~D Have been trying to soothe his ears and
hopefully SUFFOCATE some of the lil buggers with olive oil & cotton ball
massaging. Persistant monsters!
What does HTH mean?
On Mar 5, 2017 7:52 AM, "Margo" wrote:
> p.s.. If the
p.s.. If the Ivermectin is to treat the Demodex, I never had any luck with that, but then, I've only treated dogs. I had success with Advantage Multi every two weeks, and most recently, Bravecto as labeled.HTHMargo-Original Message-
From: Jennifer Olson
Sent: Mar 4,
I use a "recipe" from working at a shelter, one part 1% (cattle) Ivermectin, 9 parts propylene glycol. A couple of drops in each ear, and repeat in 10 days. Never failed. But if you're still giving Ivermectin orally, I wouldn't add more.Margo-Original Message-
From: Amani Oakley
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