Re: [Felvtalk] Mouth ulcer

2010-04-29 Thread gblane
I've used it for mouth ulcers and mouth problems in cats , but it's been a while.. Worked pretty well as I recall. Gloria - Original Message - From: Sharyl cline...@yahoo.com To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Thursday, April 29, 2010 1:11 PM Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Mouth ulcer

Re: [Felvtalk] Clean-up/Dealing with Virus afterwards?

2010-04-29 Thread gblane
I do nothing special to clean, just normal stuff like for any of my cats. Gloria - Original Message - From: Joe Reil redshar...@yahoo.com To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Wednesday, April 28, 2010 2:22 PM Subject: [Felvtalk] Clean-up/Dealing with Virus afterwards? Hi all, I

Re: [Felvtalk] Head injury caused eye not to dilate

2009-04-16 Thread gblane
I may haev mentioned, we've seen this a few times in FIV and FELV cats. I had an older FIV cat with high blood pressure who had uneven pupils. Gloria Heather furrygi...@gmail.com wrote : I believe that tumors, high blood pressure and toxoplasmosis can also cause uneven pupils or similar

Re: [Felvtalk] Head injury caused eye not to dilate

2009-04-16 Thread gblane
I may haev mentioned, we've seen this a few times in FIV and FELV cats. I had an older FIV cat with high blood pressure who had uneven pupils. Gloria Heather furrygi...@gmail.com wrote : I believe that tumors, high blood pressure and toxoplasmosis can also cause uneven pupils or similar

Re: [Felvtalk] Good News - Successful Multi-Cat House!

2009-03-31 Thread gblane
My friend Ellen has done the same thing, several years ago. One kitten was FELV+, the other not. They retested and nothing had changed. The kitties are now over 3 years old, the FELV cat is on Interferon alpha, and both kitties are doing fine. Yeaa. Gloria Maria Ianiro mian...@gmail.com

Re: [Felvtalk] Good News - Successful Multi-Cat House!

2009-03-31 Thread gblane
My friend Ellen has done the same thing, several years ago. One kitten was FELV+, the other not. They retested and nothing had changed. The kitties are now over 3 years old, the FELV cat is on Interferon alpha, and both kitties are doing fine. Yeaa. Gloria Maria Ianiro mian...@gmail.com

Re: [Felvtalk] Shots for Felv/Re Testing for Non Felv Cat

2009-02-19 Thread gblane
Sorry, didn't see your message till today. I've had 10 or 15 FELV cats over the last 6 years. I have 5 now. Two of the current cats, Oliver and Chloe, came from a lady in Oklahoma who had to give them up because of family problems. Her vet there vaccinated them regularly against FELV, as a way

Re: Litterboxes

2007-10-20 Thread gblane
I use the Paw POints to buy little too... Gloria Wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : Another thing that is a bonus for me is that Fresh Step has Paw Points, and I use those to buy kitty houses, books, kitty playnbsp;sacks, etc.nbsp; I just a new kitty house fornbsp;Ensie and paid about $5 for

Re: Litterboxes

2007-10-20 Thread gblane
I use the Paw POints to buy little too... Gloria Wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : Another thing that is a bonus for me is that Fresh Step has Paw Points, and I use those to buy kitty houses, books, kitty playnbsp;sacks, etc.nbsp; I just a new kitty house fornbsp;Ensie and paid about $5 for

Re: Cat on immunoregulin

2007-05-10 Thread gblane
I'm so sorry to hear about the problems your baby Abu is having. Immunoregulin is supposed to be a good immune system booster. I'm impressed with your vet. If I had a can that was constipated, I'd probably start sub-q fluids, and/or give 1 cc or so of daily lactulose. Have had older cats

Re: Cat on immunoregulin

2007-05-10 Thread gblane
I'm so sorry to hear about the problems your baby Abu is having. Immunoregulin is supposed to be a good immune system booster. I'm impressed with your vet. If I had a can that was constipated, I'd probably start sub-q fluids, and/or give 1 cc or so of daily lactulose. Have had older cats

Re: Double Positive in NY (altered F, approx. 1 y/o)

2007-05-10 Thread gblane
I asusme you're in New York somewhere. There's Tabby's PLace in New Jersey, but I don't know if they take FELV. I also saw one on this weird map at http://www.adoptapet.com/maps/CATS/US/NJlocalonly=0 - I know nothing about it though... Niki's F.E.L.V. Rescue PO Box 70 ,Andover NJ US 07821

Re: Double Positive in NY (altered F, approx. 1 y/o)

2007-05-10 Thread gblane
I asusme you're in New York somewhere. There's Tabby's PLace in New Jersey, but I don't know if they take FELV. I also saw one on this weird map at http://www.adoptapet.com/maps/CATS/US/NJlocalonly=0 - I know nothing about it though... Niki's F.E.L.V. Rescue PO Box 70 ,Andover NJ US 07821

Re: add sweet Houston to the CLS 2/8/2007

2007-02-18 Thread gblane
Thanks, Phaewryn... [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : I'm so sorry for your loss, Gloria. Phaewryn nbsp;

Re: add sweet Houston to the CLS 2/8/2007

2007-02-18 Thread gblane
Thanks, Phaewryn... [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : I'm so sorry for your loss, Gloria. Phaewryn nbsp;

Re: Please add Jimi Too Cool to the CLS

2006-12-19 Thread gblane
Anne, I'm so sorry. I loved your gentle words and poem. You were so lucky to have each other, and I know we all grieve with you for your wonderful baby. Sleep soft, sweet Jimi. Gloria Anne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : Dearnbsp;kind fellow cat lovers,nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; Jimi Too Cool has

Re: Please add Jimi Too Cool to the CLS

2006-12-19 Thread gblane
Anne, I'm so sorry. I loved your gentle words and poem. You were so lucky to have each other, and I know we all grieve with you for your wonderful baby. Sleep soft, sweet Jimi. Gloria Anne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : Dearnbsp;kind fellow cat lovers,nbsp;nbsp;nbsp; Jimi Too Cool has

Re: Interferon question - FeLV+/FIV+ = now negative

2006-12-15 Thread gblane
Kittens, of course, can show a positive result for a while after nursing a positive mama. But then at some point they throw off the antibodies. I've thought that FIV+ kittens could go negative, as FELV+ kittens can. Interesting - it's really good to hear news like this. Gloria [EMAIL

Re: Interferon question - FeLV+/FIV+ = now negative

2006-12-15 Thread gblane
Kittens, of course, can show a positive result for a while after nursing a positive mama. But then at some point they throw off the antibodies. I've thought that FIV+ kittens could go negative, as FELV+ kittens can. Interesting - it's really good to hear news like this. Gloria [EMAIL

Re: [feline-cancer] some good news

2006-12-15 Thread gblane
WOW - truly awesome! Gloria Barb Moermond [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : YAY!! That's awesome!!!nbsp;nbsp;Barb+Smoky the House Puma+El Bandito MalitoMy cat the clown: paying no mind to whom he should impress. Merely living his life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile. -

Re: [feline-cancer] some good news

2006-12-15 Thread gblane
WOW - truly awesome! Gloria Barb Moermond [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : YAY!! That's awesome!!!nbsp;nbsp;Barb+Smoky the House Puma+El Bandito MalitoMy cat the clown: paying no mind to whom he should impress. Merely living his life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile. -

Re: How should I handle this?

2006-10-30 Thread gblane
So far so good, sounds like. Guess what I'd do is to test him again in December and see where he is then. Best wishes, Gloria Dede Hicken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : I have been following the posts for awhile. I have a 6 m/o DSH named Ki. He has become very special to me. i was only

Re: How should I handle this?

2006-10-30 Thread gblane
So far so good, sounds like. Guess what I'd do is to test him again in December and see where he is then. Best wishes, Gloria Dede Hicken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote : I have been following the posts for awhile. I have a 6 m/o DSH named Ki. He has become very special to me. i was only

Re: To: Kayte

2006-09-03 Thread gblane
Unfortunately, some vets do that - if they encounter an FELV cat, they recommend euthanization - I hate it, but it's true. Fortunately, when I encountered my 1st FELV cat (Calawalla Banana Boo-boo), the vet was wonderful - didn't recommend Euth, just said that it might limit her life

help for FELV cat in Dallas area

2006-07-31 Thread gblane
Susan asked me to send this - is there anyone in driving distance of Dallas, Texas, who could help Ramona Dalton? She needs help with an adult orange tabby male cat that she has been feeding at her business. It's tested a light FELV positive. The kitty is outside her business right now, has

OT-TRANS Tennessee, Georgia legs 8/5

2006-07-30 Thread gblane
fyi - any Tennessee or Georgia folks out there to do trans? The legs of this trip are really flexible Just let us know how far you are able to drive. Please contact either [EMAIL PROTECTED] or [EMAIL PROTECTED],net off list as we are no mail on most of our lists and would hate to miss

Re: Use of Metacam with cats ** Could be very dangerous

2006-07-25 Thread gblane
Well, indeed you can die from Fentanyl, like lots of things. That's true of a lot of drugs, in particular those that are used as pain relievers for cancer patients. My boyfriend died from an overdose of Fentanyl, when a nurse decided he needed more than his usual dose - but since he had

Re: To Gloria

2006-07-21 Thread gblane
Hey Wendy, Sure thing! i'm about 45 minutes to 1 hr from Malvern, and go thru there every now and then. I go to nearby Hot Springs quite a bit, and use a vet there sometimes. She does a little bit of everything, nice to have around! I enjoy Arkansas - tend to stay home with the multitude of

Re: To Gloria

2006-07-21 Thread gblane
Hey Wendy, Sure thing! i'm about 45 minutes to 1 hr from Malvern, and go thru there every now and then. I go to nearby Hot Springs quite a bit, and use a vet there sometimes. She does a little bit of everything, nice to have around! I enjoy Arkansas - tend to stay home with the multitude of

Re: Alex

2006-07-19 Thread gblane
I'm hoping and praying that sweet Alex pulls thru - Gloria At 10:00 PM 7/19/2006, you wrote: Hi all I was wondering if I could get some prayers for sweet Alex,he is not doing real well and he is at the clinic,Jen is doing what she can for him.He is anemic and just not getting any

RE: I killed Grayson

2006-07-18 Thread gblane
Tonya, I'm so sorry. I worry about that sometimes. One of my sick dogs rested her head on my dangling computer cables and died. I felt awful, like I needed to have her in a perfect room with no dangers. My dear beloved kitty Jacques, back in the early 1990's, was in the process of dying,

Re: Safety first? - On my soapbox again

2006-06-21 Thread gblane
I agree -much of the approach to FELV seems based on paranoia, not reality. My vet told me that the virus dies when it hits the air. What I've read is that adult cats with good, normal immune systems just don't pick up that virus. I mixed mine and have not seen a cat come down with FELV

Re: hi im new

2006-06-16 Thread gblane
How wonderful that you're helping this sweet little baby. Where are you located? We have members in various US states, and different countries. Glad you joined the list. Gloria At 12:51 PM 6/16/2006, you wrote: i just found a felv kitten i was dump at my work he 8 week old i will be

Re: new to FeLV

2006-06-15 Thread gblane
Good for you! Nice that you have a vet who was willing to help you. Gloria At 06:09 PM 6/13/2006, you wrote: Hi, About a week and a half ago we had a stray come to our house. Because I have a FIV cat I took this guy right into the vets office to be tested. He came back FeLV +, we went

Re: new to FeLV

2006-06-14 Thread gblane
If you're into conventional medicine, talk to the vet about trying Flagyl for 5-7 days. It's been working nicely for me, with some cats I have. I've also ordered an herbal liquid with the thought that it might help intestinal parasites. I've also used food formulas that included brown rice

Fwd: SR Rex Transport Maryland/Virginia, to Memphis, TN 6/17 18

2006-06-14 Thread gblane
Contact Rita at [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: PurrEver Ranch Sanctuary (A Hospice For Senior Kittizens) [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 14 Jun 2006 07:46:42 -0700 (PDT) Please help me get this old kitty safely to PurrEver Ranch. A horrid breeder threw her away in a kill shelter. Thank you for your

Re: FIV resources

2006-06-02 Thread gblane
It's discouraging. I have never placed an FIV+ cat. I have 5 or 6, and they're wonderful. Something to work on, I guess. Gloria At 01:29 AM 6/2/2006, you wrote: I have a couple of FIV+ cats of my own and a beautiful little Siamese mix foster who is FIV+ They take longer to place. We

Re: FIV resources

2006-06-02 Thread gblane
Lucky you, with a vet like that! No, I remember MC (tenhousecats) saying that at their large rescue up in Michigan, the FIV's were sweet and laid back - and all mine six are (and healthy too, no problelms). Gloria At 08:56 AM 6/2/2006, you wrote: We've got an FIV guy here...the

Tweety - the one eyed persian - adopted

2006-05-25 Thread gblane
This is all I have on Tweety - apparently someone from Connecticut is adopting her. Gloria Message 1 From: pretynpersian [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue May 23, 2006 7:27pm(PDT) Subject: tweety- adopted thank- you everyone for all your help getting the word out about tweety, i heard

OT - kitten dosage of advantage?

2006-05-17 Thread gblane
Does anybody know the dosage of Advantage to use on a kitten? Thanks, Gloria

Re: Allie has said good-bye

2006-05-17 Thread gblane
Jennifer, I'm so sorry for your sad loss - how sweet, how wonderfully, you helped her out, how kind to yourself to indulge in those lovely memories. It still hurts, but of course it changes. You and Allie are in my thoughts. Gloria At 01:38 PM 5/17/2006, you wrote: I know this was the

Re: OT - kitten dosage of advantage?

2006-05-17 Thread gblane
Thanks, Karen - what about kittens that are 8-10 weeks? Gloria At 11:12 PM 5/17/2006, you wrote: what age Gloria my vet said nothing under 8 weeks. Karen

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hi Virginia, I'd certainly go along with what Wendy says. Would like to add a plug for interferon Alpha, which is used as a supplement for the immune system. I give my FELV kitties a daily dose of oral interferon, a clear liquid. It's easy to obtain and administer, but different vets charge

Re: What can I do?

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hi Virginia, I'd certainly go along with what Wendy says. Would like to add a plug for interferon Alpha, which is used as a supplement for the immune system. I give my FELV kitties a daily dose of oral interferon, a clear liquid. It's easy to obtain and administer, but different vets charge

OT: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Hey folks, I'm flying to Minneapolis on Saturday, a 2.5 hour flight from LIttle Rock, and taking a sweet, energetic young Siamese kitty to his owner. Kitty will ride in the cabin with me. I've never taken a kitty on board with me before, so a new experience. The vet gave me a sedative,

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Very helpful, thanks - I'd heard that it can make them disassociative when they're coming out of it - not knowing where they are, etc. Gloria At 03:26 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: Acepromazine for a cat? This was first choice sedative? WOW! Tough stuff for kitty IMO, especially since he's

RE: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Re your last comment, right! I was thinking I might need the Ace more than Gizmo...! Gloria At 03:38 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: I've taken Tucson a couple of times across the country. I never gave her ACE---I was prepared for all possibilities---had a backpack that weighed a ton with food,

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Right, thanks to you all for the mention of the towel. Hadn't thought of that. Gloria At 05:09 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: I agree with the suggestions to not use any sedative. It has been my experience that the feeling of not being in control of themselves makes them stress out even more.

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Yup - been doing that. Started some Rescue Remedy too. Someone suggested a little Benadryl the morning of the flight...? Gloria At 05:25 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: Can you let kitty spend some time in the carrier at home, in and out to get used to it... Then a couple short trips in the car

Re: sedative before flying (ACE)

2006-05-11 Thread gblane
Thanks a million, folks - everyone - this has been SO wonderfully helpful. Don't know what I'd do without you. Gloria At 07:30 PM 5/11/2006, you wrote: And the short car ride could be to a Kentucky Fried Chicken which would be placed near the carrier on the way home and shared at home thus

Re: Long Introduction

2006-05-07 Thread gblane
It's hard to determine cause and effect, so it may not have been what you think. Regarding what to do - I use daily low-dose interferon, and think that's a good way to go. Best of luck to you, we all understand. Gloria in Arkansas mom of 5 FELV cats, 3 FELV Angels At 08:56 AM 5/7/2006,

Re: Bailey has gone home

2006-05-06 Thread gblane
Belinda, I'm so sorry. He sounds so special, and I know how hard it is to lose them. I learned from my Calawalla, and I think she'll be there with him, to show him the way. My thoughts are with you. Gloria At 11:54 PM 5/6/2006, you wrote: Bailey left us at 6:20 this evening. He took

Re: JuneAmy

2006-04-28 Thread gblane
Oh Pam, I'm so sad that she's gone. I was so pulling for her to become healthy and with us here on our earth. My deepest sympathy. Gloria At 01:52 PM 4/28/2006, you wrote: I have to believe that when our little ones cross the Rainbow Bridge reach the other side, the sick have left their

RE: Bandy has ringworm on his nose

2006-04-26 Thread gblane
I use Golden Seal tincture (not with alcohol though) and drip or paint it on the ringworm. It costs about $8, and it works great. And of course, one is supposed to clean pretty thoroughly... wash bedding and all that. Gloria At 02:22 PM 4/26/2006, you wrote: Kerry, The Herd had

Re: mixing

2006-04-24 Thread gblane
You'll get a mixed reply on that one. I have mixed, and will again - don't because I have foster kitties that belong to the rescue group. It's kind of a hot potato. Some vets euthanize the pos. Our rescue vet says he doesn't think it's that contagious (and I agree, I don't think it's that

Re: CLS question for Belinda

2006-04-23 Thread gblane
Kerry, I'm so sorry - I love my sweet doggies too, and it hurts to lose them. Gloria At 06:11 PM 4/23/2006, you wrote: I'm sorry Kerry. Sometimes things seems to come in good and bad cycles. I hope you're in for a good cycle now. t Kerry Roach [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Belinda, I just

Re: positive for Carrie

2006-04-21 Thread gblane
Wow - BElinda, I've ordered their vit C, but only tried it for symtomatic stuff. You're encouraging me to try more consistently! Wow! Gloria At 03:43 PM 4/21/2006, you wrote: I've sent this link many times and will send it again for your benefit Carrie:

RE: New Special needs kitten

2006-04-17 Thread gblane
Poor baby. I like acupuncture too. Also, you might try syringing your kitty a little olive oil. Also - for older kitties, I've used Lactulose (by prescription) - it's great stuff for improving those hard dry stools. Also - could try syringing a little vitamin C (I've bought the stuff from

Re: FeLV+ cat and FeLV- kitten in the same house

2006-04-08 Thread gblane
I feel the same way, Nina, and I know several who mix their kitties like that. At some point, kittens develop a strong enoungh immune system to deal with it - but I'm not sure what that point is. FELV virus dies when it hits the air, and I just don't think it's gonna pass to the kitten, if

Re: OT: New journey-laying tile!!!

2006-04-03 Thread gblane
I have some tile - large blocks - on my kitchen floor, and it doesn't have a slick finish - it isn't very slick when wet, btw. Gloria At 05:44 PM 4/3/2006, you wrote: And it will be very slick when you get it wet. If you have men who

Fwd: RE: CHAT: We are looking for a Feline Leukemia Cat

2006-03-28 Thread gblane
OK Folks, do you know of any FELV cats needing home in the vicinity of Oklahoma City? Great opportunity for some lucky FELV cat - if so, email Cheryl at [EMAIL PROTECTED], Gloria Subject: RE: CHAT: We are looking for a Feline Leukemia Cat Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 08:57:47 -0600 To: Gloria

RE: Add Tad to the CLS

2006-03-28 Thread gblane
Thanks so much Hideyo, I appreciate that - Gloria At 12:12 PM 3/28/2006, you wrote: Gloria, I am very sorry to hear about Tad - I pictured you burying Tad and that made me cry ---Please know that Tad knows how much you care about him and everyone on the list also does care about Tad---he is at

Re: OT: help-removing carpet due to kitty urine

2006-03-28 Thread gblane
I have hard wood, and it takes a LOT of water to make it buckle. It's got a finish on it, and yes, the claws racing around the house *does* scratch it up. It's superficial scratches, but then who wants to have their hard wood re-varnished (well finished) every couple of years. Wonder about

Re: OT: help-removing carpet due to kitty urine

2006-03-28 Thread gblane
Tile is SUPER! At 01:53 PM 3/28/2006, you wrote: Point taken Patti. Thanks for your input. I'm gathering all the info. I can so we can make the best decision. --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hardwood floors + Cats + Dogs = VERY EXPENSIVE NIGHTMARE!!! Take my advice, save the $$$'s

Re: Subject: Add Tad to the CLS

2006-03-27 Thread gblane
Thanks, Carla - will do. At 09:25 AM 3/27/2006, you wrote: Gloria Please let your friend know that I am very sorry for your loss of her sweet guy Tad. Carla Message: 6 Date: Sun, 26 Mar 2006 10:24:38 -0600 From: Gloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Add Tad to the CLS To:

Re: Add Tad to the CLS

2006-03-27 Thread gblane
Thank you, Tonya, you're so right. Gloria At 07:46 PM 3/27/2006, you wrote: That is so sad Gloria. Please give my condolences to your friend. I came home today to an 'accident'. No. It's not pleasant. But people have babies and children who have accidents all the time and they don't

Re: Prayers needed Walter and Demetri

2006-03-27 Thread gblane
Sherry, I'm sending out prayers for Walter and Demetri. I know how you feel. Gloria At 10:02 PM 3/27/2006, you wrote: Hi all,just need a few prayers for a couple of our Sanctuary kitties.Walter is an older guy with failing kidneys but no other diseases.And my sweet Demetri is a felv+

OT Fwd: Brooklyn kitty, Bonnie, needs help

2006-03-27 Thread gblane
From: kelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Mon, 27 Mar 2006 18:10:11 -0800 I realize this is a bit off the subject but I have been corresponding with a lovely caring woman in New York who is so very desperate to find a home for Bonnie,,a beautiful, young, shy female Black kitty who is currently

Re: Add Tad to the CLS

2006-03-26 Thread gblane
Thanks, Nina - I appreciate your reply. Yes, some consolation that he crossed quickly. Makes me so mad... Gloria At 12:47 PM 3/26/2006, you wrote: Gloria, I'm sorry to hear about Tad. You're friend must be so upset with his parents because of what happened. It's so sad that not everyone

Re: Interferon Omega - info for person wanting help

2006-03-26 Thread gblane
Hey Lance, glad to see you made it to this list... Gloria in Little Rock At 04:38 PM 3/26/2006, you wrote: the outcome was simply a miracle on paws... What was the outcome? Is there a thread I should check to read more about it? Paolo or anyone else can reply to me here or off-list at my

Re: Add Tad to the CLS

2006-03-26 Thread gblane
It was hard on him to lose Tad, and hard for me too - I was so angry and sad and all that. Just hope that they've learned something about taking care of cats. We buried Tad this afternoon, in a lovely place, with stones on top, I got out a nice old pillow case with pretty embroidery. Sigh.

Re: Jackson Co Shelter, MI selling pets for research?

2006-03-26 Thread gblane
I tried to send them a message, but their web site had a technical difficulty. Maybe they really don't want people to contact them. Gloria At 06:07 PM 3/26/2006, you wrote: nothing that anyone has been able to do far has made any difference; they just don't care and clearly aren't

Re: I need emotional support and advice - OT on rescue limitations

2006-03-24 Thread gblane
Nina, I'm sending good thoughts and prayers your way. I think if you know the shelter, and that they do a good job finding homes, then you can rest easy. One thing about dogs like that (small cute dogs) is - I think they find homes easier than larger ones. Especially if the organization has

IN Houston - Bengal cat 'Moon Pie' FELV

2006-03-22 Thread gblane
Just checking again - are there any of the Texas folks out there who can help this FELV purebred Bengal, 1 year old...? Gloria At 11:10 AM 3/21/2006, you wrote: This kitty is in Houston. If anyone is interested at all if you will email me individually (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL

Re: Feliway cost?!

2006-03-19 Thread gblane
Wow - some great prices! At 11:56 AM 3/17/2006, you wrote: http://www.bizrate.com/buy/products__cat_id--31000200,keyword--feliway.htmlhttp://www.bizrate.com/buy/products__cat_id--31000200,keyword--feliway.html here's some good comparison prices--through the vet supply house we used at the

Re: Michelle/AOL

2006-03-19 Thread gblane
I'm really glad you checked - at least they get a heads up about how users feel and what they'll do... Gloria At 06:19 PM 3/19/2006, you wrote: I just had a live chat conversation online with an AOL support person, and she insisted that the new AOL policy will not affect emails from list

Re: loose stool

2006-03-15 Thread gblane
Used to be a nice article out there on diarrhea, and whether it comes from the small intestine or large intestine. There are characteristics of each, as well as accompanying solutions. Large intestine diarrhea is more apt to come in frequent spurts, and is helped by fiber. Small intestine

Re: CLS - Angel Buster

2006-03-13 Thread gblane
I'm so sorry, Kerry - Gloria At 02:03 PM 3/11/2006, you wrote: Hi Belinda, Could you please add Angel Buster to the CLS. He was Felv+. He passed on March 7. Thank you so much, Kerry, Bandy, Lil Rascal and Angel Buster Yahoo! Mail

Re: Fw: [Special_Needs_Rescue_Cats] Geriatric Sanctuary Wanting FeLV Info

2006-03-13 Thread gblane
I didn't see the notice - That's Rita, in Memphis. I'll be glad to email her. Gloria At 09:03 PM 3/13/2006, you wrote: Did anyone send info to this person? Michelle In a message dated 2/27/2006 1:22:51 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: REPLY TO: [EMAIL PROTECTED] This

Re: Immuno-Regulin, IV v. sub-q

2006-03-05 Thread gblane
Thanks, Michelle - I've been talking to Susan here in Little Rock about it's use both IV and Sub-Q. I'd be interested to hear what others experiences are. I'm sure the company isn't going to commit till they're satisfied their (and FDA) research requirements, which doesn't mean it doesn't

Fwd: Re: [FeLVPositiveCats] Re: Question - IFA vs. Elisa...............

2006-03-05 Thread gblane
FYI - if anybody is in California and can help, contact Susan Hoffman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Susan Hoffman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Fri, 3 Mar 2006 11:02:06 -0800 (PST) Subject: Re: [FeLVPositiveCats] Re: Question - IFA vs. Elisa... Reply-To: [EMAIL

Fwd: Re: map of FELVtalk members - Frapper.com

2006-03-05 Thread gblane
Just a reminder! You can see (or add yours) where everybody lives at Frapper - and it has a new address - http://www.frappr.com/felvtalk/ I went and looked to see where Brenda's home is. Gloria Date: Thu, 20 Oct 2005 10:08:34 -0500 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Angel Paassht

2006-03-01 Thread gblane
Becca - A beautiful Angel, I'm so very sorry for your loss. Gloria At 09:17 PM 2/28/2006, you wrote: She had fluid on her lungs and was already in respiratory distress. The vet didn't think she would last another night. We had to let her go. Becca

Re: Brenda Smith

2006-03-01 Thread gblane
Belinda, I'm shocked. What happened? I don't remember where she lived - easy to get confused about all of us being all over the place. I'm SO sorry to hear that - Gloria At 10:07 PM 3/1/2006, you wrote: Hi All, It is with deep sadness I must let you all know that Brenda Smith

RE: a name for my sanctuary

2006-02-28 Thread gblane
Hideyo - that's WONDERFUL - I'm so delighted to hear it. Maybe Kitty's Wish - or Angel Cats - Gloria At 04:44 PM 2/28/2006, you wrote: Hi, my dear friend, Nina – it seems that it’s been such a long time to talk to you! It’s so nice to hear from you. Is everything ok at your home? I love the

Re: Ginger is gone

2006-02-22 Thread gblane
Michelle, I'm so sorry - thank you for writing about her, I know how deeply you care and how much it hurts. Gloria At 10:14 AM 2/22/2006, you wrote: Return-path: [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Full-name: Lernermichelle Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Wed, 22 Feb 2006

Fwd: FELV+ CAT TRANSPORT FROM JAMESTOWN NY TO HARRISBURG PA

2006-02-12 Thread gblane
From the FelvPositive list - anybody available? Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED] - To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: COLLEEN [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sun, 12 Feb 2006 21:56:03 - Subject: [FeLVPositiveCats] FELV + CAT TRANSPORT FROM JAMESTOWN NY TO HARRISBURG PA I AM TRYING TO FIND HELP

OT - Baltimore rescues?

2006-01-30 Thread gblane
Anybody know any Baltimore rescues? I just talked to an 86 year old lady, just had some mini-strokes, and is feeding 9 outdoor cats in the north part of Baltimore. She also talked about the neighbors letting a little doggie out at night. I said, can't you call the city or a rescue? She's

Re: Gloria

2006-01-25 Thread gblane
I gave 250 mg(not 20) twice a day for maybe a week. Like I say, it was an old kitty, URI, no diarrhea. You might also check with Dr. Pitcairn's book, on maybe he has something online - one book is Natural Health Care for Dogs and Cats. Best of luck, Gloria At 10:14 AM 1/25/2006, you

Re: vitamin c

2006-01-24 Thread gblane
Hey LJ - I use Goldenseal all the time, but only externally. I know it can be used internally, and have taken it myself, but it can make changes to your blood sugar, or blood pressure, or something (least with me it did - I started feeling weird and like I might faint and needed to walk

Re: Lucy

2006-01-21 Thread gblane
I do like slippery elm for these sort of things. Possibly homeopathic Nux Vomica also. I was also wondering if it was an issue with the intestinal bacteria, when the diet changed to raw food. I assume they just take time to adjust. Gloria At 12:26 PM 1/21/2006, you wrote: I'm feeding

Re: FeLV cats need home

2006-01-16 Thread gblane
Keep in mind that on retest, the kittens may go negative - I've forgotten the time to retest - seems like it's 60-90 days. Gloria At 12:46 AM 1/16/2006, you wrote: where are you located? Julie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I volunteer for a group in Mississippi that rescues feral and

Re: Please add Isaiah to Candlelight Service

2006-01-09 Thread gblane
Del, you have my deepest sympathies. You gave him a good life. There are so many things that we blame ourselves for, I know I do too. We do the best we can, and food a love go a long way. I know he's grateful for your loving care. Many blessings, Gloria At 10:33 AM 1/9/2006, you wrote:

RE: Great news about my court case

2006-01-06 Thread gblane
Hideyo, yeaa, that's great! Congratulations on hanging in there, and looks like you (and we) are going to succeed! Gloria At 12:07 PM 1/6/2006, you wrote: Hi, Merry (my lawyer) called me this morning to share these great news about my court case regarding the pet limit law. The city is

Re: FIV and calico

2005-12-31 Thread gblane
Well, it seems to be a question that there is not currently an known correct answer to, but folks are providing their own experience with colors and FIV. I have 5 FIV cats - 3 males, 2 females, no calico, no orange. Gloria At 05:53 PM 12/31/2005, you wrote: I am SOOO confused! lol. I

Re: I have a cat with FIV

2005-12-22 Thread gblane
Sounds like a good plan! Gloria At 10:42 AM 12/22/2005, you wrote: Well I canceled the vet today. With knowing that Fingers will test positive with the Western blot test if vaccinated. I wasn't close to my uncle. So i don't know Fingers History. My uncle had a few girlfriends and I have to

RE: fund raising for my case

2005-12-22 Thread gblane
I'll contribute! Perhaps you could set up a Paypal account. Thanks for the address. Gloria At 12:20 PM 12/22/2005, you wrote: Thank you so very much, Kat - I just found out that there is someone else who also rescues cats here locally, became in the same situation I am in and she is

Re: advice needed re half-adopted cat

2005-12-20 Thread gblane
Hey Kerry- Chances are the kitty has *not* been microchipped by an owner who won't even let her inside when needed - and even if so I doubt if the vet would check it unless you asked him/her to. And if you take her to your vet as your cat, well... I also doubt if talking to the owner again

Re: Hideyo's court case 19th

2005-12-18 Thread gblane
Hideyo, we're pulling for you! Wishing you all the best from Arkansas. Gloria At 07:47 PM 12/18/2005, you wrote: Dear Hideyo Just want to wish you all possible good luck tomorrow. I'll be thinking of you and sending zillions of positive vibes your way. love and hugs, Kerry

Re: Chrissy/Prissy on the bridge list

2005-12-14 Thread gblane
Absolutely - everything that you said - you expressed it so well. So frustrating, and hard to evaluate the adopting woman's emotional state. And I end up with such a duality of feelings. She mentioned something about wanting to consider another kitty. I'm just going to ignore her and not

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