I was confused about that because the "re" line said FeLV.
It doesn’t matter though. I have used the medication combo on a cat from a
feral colony where FIV ran rampant and killed most of the cats. When I took
mine in, she was very very sick as well. She pulled through on the med
Sandy said FIV, not FeLV-not sure if it makes any difference, tho’.❤️
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> On Oct 17, 2018, at 4:10 PM, Amani Oakley wrote:
> Hi Sandy
> I will step in here, and repeat what I have told so many others on this
> I am cutting and
I will step in here, and repeat what I have told so many others on this
I am cutting and pasting from one of my first ever posts on this forum:
I would like to share what I think is very important information with others
who have cats diagnosed with Feline Leukemia.
Very often what they have is the Herpes Virus which is VERY common in cats.
They then have flareups every once in a while which manifest as an URI. You
can add a supplement to their food called L-Lysine which will reduce the
flareups and help with any current ones. I purchase
Please don't get too freaked out about their URI's We have a lot of
FIV cats at the shelter and they weather the URI's as well as the
others...Yours may well too. I agree that they should have ABX if the
infection has taken hold and particularly if there is green purulent
Compounding pharmacy link-don’t have to join website to read info:
A compound pharmacy will prepare prescription in the dose that your vet
(or doctor) prescribes —- whereas a regular pharmacy only gives you
Thank you. What do you mean "a compound pharmacy"?
After reading as much as possible, all I can do is keep Sonny comfortable and
make sure he eats good food.
I dread what is to come.
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I would get an antibiotic to help their compromised immune system and suggest a
compound pharmacy to provide a liquid form- I’m no vet, and do not have medical
training , so, take this as a layman talking-I currently have 15 cats in our
home-strictly inside only-so take this as only a layperson
I adopted 2 male cats with fiv. Can anyone give me info to help minimize the
symptoms of upper respiratory infections?
I am using homeopathic nasal, cough, and immune support in their food and
water. Is there a product that will boost what i am already using?
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