A friend had a negative with a reoccurring fever that at one point to 106.7 .
The kitty finally responded to Clindamyacin. Up until the Clindamyacin worked
the vet thought they were dealing with dry FIP.
> On Mar 25, 2019, at 3:22 PM, Pam Doore wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 25, 2019, 3:04 PM
I am so sorry Jennifer we just lost our cat; though he was an outside cat we
took care of for 2 years and fed him; housed him - I brought him recent to Dr
for odor about 4 weeks ago - told Felv + but he came home and did ok for about
1 week - within 24 hours he was sick and we had to put him to
I also frankly think you may be dealing with FeLV plus FIV. That would explain
the fast effect on the rest of the cats in the house (which I have not seen or
heard of from others with FIV+ cats) and also that the blood work is "fine"
despite effects on appetite and the presence of fever. If it
Jennifer, if you've been reading the archives then you will know that I have
suggested the use of Doxycycline + Winstrol (Stanazolol) + Prednisone. I don’t
see that this has been tried by your vet, but it is the only thing I have found
to work, and it works with other conditions as well.
Hello, We are in the midst of dealing with a FELV outbreak in our household.
Several months ago, we learned our new kitten was FELV positive; however, by
that time three other cats had been infected. Since Feb., we have lost two
cats and the third is not doing well. I have been reading the
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