Re: [Felvtalk] Another Murphy relapse-now URI

2010-10-10 Thread trmckelvey
Hi Alice, You might ask your vet about azithromycin. I use it for URI/bartonella, often hard to tell the difference without testing. My vets would use azithromycin in either case anyway, so I skip the testing and do the az. You can get fish-flavored, oil-based, which lasts 90 days versus 10

Re: [Felvtalk] Murphy is tired

2010-08-08 Thread trmckelvey
keyboard failing some keys off, spell check may fix... praying for Murphy!! Terry Alice Flowers aliceflow...@sbcglobal.net wrote: = My little man is sleeping alot. The weirdest thing is that he has been sleeping with us the last few nights and is spending days on the bed-he

Re: [Felvtalk] Transfactor plus

2010-08-03 Thread trmckelvey
hi Stacy, Your message came through garbled, see below :-) Can't say if I'm the only one, but if you could resend, it would help. If you're asking about transfer factor plus, I've used it with my FeLV+ cats. Terry Szacherdroid stacy_zac...@yahoo.com wrote: =

Re: [Felvtalk] Now it's Murphy-I can't take much more-Sourcesforproducts?

2010-07-28 Thread trmckelvey
Hi Gary, Do you have any information on concentration of acemannan and dosing for the discontinued product? I'm investigating several sources for powdered acemannan, which is taken orally. It might offer an alternative to the injectable form, although I suspect doses are smaller and might

Re: [Felvtalk] Now it's Murphy-I can't take much more

2010-07-24 Thread trmckelvey
Hi Alice, What I like about LTCI is it enhances the immune system as opposed to alot of medicines which overpower the disease, with possible side effects. I don't see any practical way to overdose LTCI. I give monthly LTCI shots to my healthy FeLV/FIV positives. I'd probably go to once a

Re: [Felvtalk] hemobartonella and possible FeLV interested party in NY!

2010-07-17 Thread trmckelvey
Hi Rachel, This website discusses diagnosis and treatment for hemobartonella: http://www.vet.uga.edu/vpp/clerk/cowgill/index.php I'll be praying! Terry rache20...@aol.com wrote: = I have 2 questions! One flor Paola and one for Beth. Paola, I would love to know who in NY is

Re: [Felvtalk] Blind/Deaf Cat

2010-06-14 Thread trmckelvey
I couldn't agree more with you, Sharyl. Lots of vets think PTS first with FeLV and FIV. I often think they just don't know any better. The first option my vet offered with my first FeLV+, a beautiful blue-eyed Ragdoll, was PTS, and my vet is very progressive. I also said no way, Selena

Re: [Felvtalk] acemannan immunostimolant

2010-06-03 Thread trmckelvey
Hello Mattia, I'm checking with my source to see if I can arrange to have it shipped directly to you. This would probably be the fastest approach. If that won't work, I do have an extra bottle I could send to you. If you could forward your address, I'll get this going as soon as possible.

Re: [Felvtalk] Rainbow Bridge: Athena

2010-06-03 Thread trmckelvey
I'm so sorry, Beth. I'll keep you and Ajax in my prayers. Terry Beth Gouldin beth.goul...@gmail.com wrote: = Athena, our almost 3 year old buff manx, lost her battle with lymphosarcoma/FeLV today around 5:30pm. She went peacefully and isn't in pain anymore. She will be missed

Re: [Felvtalk] fyi: pet food buyout

2010-05-06 Thread trmckelvey
While this might be very bad news, having been through a number of buy-outs and mergers in my professional career, I'd advise Wait and see. Just because Natura is bought-out doesn't necessarily mean the products will change. This may be more about finances and stocks than actual product. Or

Re: [Felvtalk] Knox and treatment of felv

2010-04-19 Thread trmckelvey
Hi Jenny, Good information, thank you for the investigation. If you have further contact, could you ask about the risks of using steroids? Since you already have contact, it's probably better if you could ask rather than the man being bombarded with emails from the rest of us :-) My vets

Re: [Felvtalk] Found some of original paper on therapy for felv

2010-04-17 Thread trmckelvey
Thank you for this information, could you provide a reference, so I could review the original work? I'd also like to strongly caution that even though something looks really good in a research article, it doesn't mean it is effective or even safe, especially when it involves animal testing for