[Felvtalk] Junior jr.

2008-09-02 Thread Sally Davis
around. Sally -- Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soulmate angel), Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily, Daisy, Pewter, Junior Junior (newest) I call him JJ , Silver, and Spike Please Visit my Message board for some pictures. You are welcome to sign up

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2008-03-22 Thread Sally Davis
Tonya Thanks. I will some day write about Junior on my website. I just need enough time to do it right. He was a very special kitty indeed. I am blessed to have been chosen for his mommy. Sally On Sat, Mar 22, 2008 at 1:46 AM, catatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am so sorry Sally. You

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2008-03-21 Thread catatonya
I am so sorry Sally. You certainly did everything you could to help Junior. tonya Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Lance and all you great parents, Junior took his last breath at the vet's today with assistance. I would like to say it went well, but his body was shutting

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2008-03-18 Thread Sally Davis
HI Wendy Thanks. He will always be with me. It is hard to belive he is gone. He fought a hard battle. Sally On Tue, Mar 18, 2008 at 12:45 AM, wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sally, I am so sorry to hear about Junior. He's been with us here for so long now it seems. You have been so

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2008-03-17 Thread wendy
Sally, I am so sorry to hear about Junior. He's been with us here for so long now it seems. You have been so vigilant in caring for his every need, and I hope you will find comfort to fill the void that's been created when Junior passed over the Rainbow Bridge. He was a very lucky kitty

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2008-03-15 Thread MaryChristine
oh, sally, i am so sorry to hear this news. i don't really have anything to say that everyone else hasn't said already: junior knew how much you loved him and fought for him, and i truly believe that they don't mind the process involved with leaving this live nearly as much as we do--i think

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2008-03-15 Thread Sally Davis
Thanks, This group is the reason Junior had the last year and a half. He thanks you all for that. His quality of life was good up until that last day. Sure he had his share of URI and the corneal ulcer, but all that was treatable. This last thing while maybe treatable would have been very poor

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
Junior is having much difficulty breathing. I am taking him into his original vet meaning more money, but they are the only hospital available now. I gave him a prenisone. His lungs sound horrible. I feel I ma saying goodbye. Please pray for him. Sally -- Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior, Speedy

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2008-03-14 Thread Lance
Sally, Junior will be in my prayers. I'm really sorry to hear he isn't doing well. Lance On Fri, 14 Mar 2008 08:12:42 -0400, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Junior is having much difficulty breathing. I am taking him into his original vet meaning more money, but they are the only hospital

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2008-03-14 Thread Jane Lyons
On Mar 14, 2008, at 8:12 AM, Sally Davis wrote: Junior is having much difficulty breathing. I am taking him into his original vet meaning more money, but they are the only hospital available now. I gave him a prenisone. His lungs sound horrible. I feel I ma saying goodbye. Please pray

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2008-03-14 Thread Jane Lyons
Sally We're sending angels to you and Junior. I hope they can help him. Please know we thinking of the two of you. Jane On Fri, 14 Mar 2008 08:12:42 -0400, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Junior is having much difficulty breathing. I am taking him into his original vet meaning

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2008-03-14 Thread Kelley Saveika
Oh no Sally, I will be thinking of you and Junior. On 3/14/08, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Junior is having much difficulty breathing. I am taking him into his original vet meaning more money, but they are the only hospital available now. I gave him a prenisone. His lungs sound

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Lance and all you great parents, Junior took his last breath at the vet's today with assistance. I would like to say it went well, but his body was shutting down. The sedative did not calm him. I called the vet back into the room to go ahead and stop his misery. His veins were not cooperating

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2008-03-14 Thread Lance
I'm saddened by this news. Sally, you did all that you could, and helping Junior through two years of illness is a feat of love, and something that, in his way, he recognized. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. Please take care. Lance On Fri, 14 Mar 2008 11:32:36 -0400, Sally Davis [EMAIL

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2008-03-14 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
I'm so, so sorry for what you and Junior have been through, Sally. You did give him the greatest gift indeed, loving and caring for him as you did, and now he's no longer suffering. You and Junior are in my thoughts, love and hugs, Kerry From: [EMAIL PROTECTED

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2008-03-14 Thread Caroline Kaufmann
Sally, I am so sorry. I didn't expect this. You and Junior made it through so much already. I'm very sorry for your loss. You did right by him- don't ever doubt that. Oddly, I had a dream about Monkee last night- which is rare. I haven't had a Monkee-dream since the night he came

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
HI Kerry Thanks you for the hugs. My head knows Junior is happy and whole. My heart is broken. His roomate spike just jumped up on my lap to let me know she is a love kitty. When I first joined this group I almost had to leave it seemed like someone baby was passing away all the time. It hurt so

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
Lance Thanks for your kind thoughts. You are one of the ones that encouraged my in the beginning to fight this. Your help got Junior on Transfer Factor which I fell helped him over the hump. In the end he was taking L lysine and high end catfood. He never stopped eating and was a good weight. I

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2008-03-14 Thread Jane Lyons
Sally I am so very sorry. I know how special Junior was to you, and how hard you fought to keep him well. This disease is insidious. I grieve with you for Junior and for all our kitties. Jane On Mar 14, 2008, at 11:51 AM, MacKenzie, Kerry N. wrote: From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:felvtalk

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
Caroline, I am Junior is happy to have such and honourable escort in Brumley. Junior has had some journey. I will be lost without him. He asked for nothing from me and gave so much. Every day when I got home from work he would come out of the bedroom looking for me. Of course he wanted food but I

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2008-03-14 Thread Diane Rosenfeldt
Oh, Sally, I'm so very sorry about Junior! Sweetest of Bridge vibes to him. You did all the right things and had some wonderful time with him. Hugs. Diane R. _ From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sally Davis Sent: Friday, March 14, 2008 10:33 AM

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2008-03-14 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sally Davis wrote: Hi Lance and all you great parents, Junior took his last breath at the vet's today with assistance. I would like to say it went well, but his body was shutting down. The sedative did not calm him. I called the vet back into the room to go ahead and stop his misery. His

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2008-03-14 Thread Lynne
Ah Sally I am so sorry you lost Junior. You knew it was his time and did the bravest thing anyone can do, let go. I commend you for being able to give him 2 years. What I wouldn't have given for just 2 months. Lynne - Original Message - From: Sally Davis To: felvtalk

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Oh, Sally, I'm so very sorry about Junior! Sweetest of Bridge vibes to him. You did all the right things and had some wonderful time with him. Hugs. Diane R. -- *From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto: [EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Sally

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
HI Lynne, I feel everyone's pain when they have a loss. It is hard everytime. I know your loss was recent and still hurts. Thank you for your sympathy. Junior is aleady much better and has his eyesight back. We both thank you. Sally

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2008-03-14 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
Sally, You're so very much in my thoughts at this heartbreaking time. I'm in complete agreement with you. Junior deserved the chance that you gave him, and he had a year and a half of quality time. Mine had about the same amount of time. Before they became symptomatic, they enjoyed life

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2008-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
. If Junior had not passed Slinky may have gotten worse. This way she got Slinky to the vet right away. I figure that in people years I got another 10 years from Junior. Too bad it was short years for me. They were mostly good except for all the worrying. I am here to share what I have learned

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2008-03-14 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Sally I am so sorry to hear that you lost your precious Junior.Hugs to you. Sherry Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Lance and all you great parents, Junior took his last breath at the vet's today with assistance. I would like to say it went well, but his body was shutting

Junior/Pewter

2007-09-28 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Folks, Today Pewter got her booster shots for as they call it distemper feline leukemia, and rabies. SHe manages to get in my rrom with regularity. This is where I keep Junior my FELV+ kitty. Next week is the one year anniversary of his positive test. He had a rough go of it until January

now Sally's Junior and Thulium met

2007-07-27 Thread Jane Lyons
Thanks Sally Your website is just great and Junior, an absolute love. He looks so chunky and healthy. I'm discovering that we have some really good days and then some punk ones for no apparent reason. My vet has been researching a homeopathic remedy that is now being used in Africa for HIV/Aids

a good day for Junior and me

2007-07-04 Thread Sally Davis
It has been a year since Junior has been outside other than going to the vet (doesn't count). I blocked off part of the deck so we could enjoy the wonderful weather we are having, It turns hot in a couple of days. Junior seemed to enjoy it. I think a happy cat will help keep him healthy. Just

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2007-04-29 Thread Kelley Saveika
Sally, Glad to hear the great news about Junior. Kelley On 4/28/07, Taylor Scobie Humphrey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ain't it grand? I'm praying it sticks Taylor Scobie Humphrey [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Apr 28, 2007, at 9:24 PM, Diane Rosenfeldt wrote: Taylor, firstly, welcome and secondly

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2007-04-29 Thread catatonya
Hey Sally, It's nice to have some good news. I hope Junior continues to impove. tonya Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank you every one for your help. I am not sure if Junior would still be here without your support. It is heart breaking to read about the losses

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2007-04-28 Thread Sally Davis
Thank you every one for your help. I am not sure if Junior would still be here without your support. It is heart breaking to read about the losses in the group. The rewards however are many. Junior is a gift and I treasure him. Sally and Junior On 4/27/07, Leslie Lawther [EMAIL PROTECTED

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2007-04-28 Thread Taylor Scobie Humphrey
Yay! To Junior! We're new here and I have a 9-month-old with FelV+ and lymphoma doing excellently on chemo. Taylor Scobie Humphrey [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Apr 27, 2007, at 12:53 PM, Leslie Lawther wrote: What absolutely WONDERFUL news on Junior!! Thank you for sharing!! We all need

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2007-04-28 Thread Diane Rosenfeldt
Taylor, firstly, welcome and secondly, I'm happy your baby is responding well to chemo. Diane R.

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2007-04-28 Thread Taylor Scobie Humphrey
Ain't it grand? I'm praying it sticks Taylor Scobie Humphrey [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Apr 28, 2007, at 9:24 PM, Diane Rosenfeldt wrote: Taylor, firstly, welcome and secondly, I'm happy your baby is responding well to chemo. Diane R.

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2007-04-27 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Everyone Yesterday was a very good day for Junior. Actually he has been doing well for over two weeks. After a 1 month course of Baytril, I put him on Metacam for pain and inflammation. What a difference a week can make. He is like a kitten again. I never thought I would see him feeling so

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2007-04-27 Thread Leslie Lawther
*What absolutely WONDERFUL news on Junior!! Thank you for sharing!! We all need the pick me up of happy things!! How awesome for Eric and Junior to help each other... animals are amazing therapy.* *Leslie =^..^=* On 4/27/07, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Everyone Yesterday

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2007-04-27 Thread Nina
Hi Sally, I'm so pleased to hear how much better Junior is doing. Thank you very much for updating us on his progress. It's wonderful that he's regained some of his sight. The news is so very encouraging! Have you been giving him Omegas for the inflammation? It would be good if you could

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2007-04-27 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, April 27, 2007 11:21 AM Subject: Update Junior Hi Everyone Yesterday was a very good day for Junior. Actually he has been doing well for over two weeks. After a 1 month course of Baytril, I put him on Metacam for pain and inflammation. What a difference a week can

Re: Junior update-not Lymphoma

2007-03-25 Thread catatonya
Glad you have some good news, Sally. Go Junior! Go Junior! tonya Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Everyone I called the vet today regarding the needle aspiration of the lymph nodes. She is confident that it is not Lymphoma. He has fatty tissue and nutrophils

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2007-03-25 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Tonya, Thanks... The swelling in the lymph nodes has gone down. so I guess it was infection after all. Still not sure where it originated. The most swelling was on his left side. I do not think his teeth are involved. This is just another battle in the war. Sally and Junior On 3/25/07

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2007-03-20 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
Dear Sally, Sending zillions of healing vibes for Junior. He sounds a real little trooper. It's good to hear he doesn't have lymphoma. hugs to you both, Kerry -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sally Davis Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 7:30

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2007-03-20 Thread Lance
Hi Sally, I haven't been watching the list as well as I should, and I was wondering how Junior did with his aspiration last Friday. Just saw a response to your post with the results today. I'm really glad to hear that he doesn't have lymphoma. Of course, infections of any kind are still troubling

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2007-03-20 Thread wendy
Sally, I am catching up on posts. How is Junior's right eye doing? :) Wendy --- Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone, Just a brief update on Junior. His Right eye still looks like it is budging with a definite cataract. He does not appear to have discomfort from it though

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2007-03-20 Thread wendy
I am sorry to hear this about Junior, but cats can do fine with blindness. Not as well as before, but they adapt. You are so wonderful to stick with your kitties through all this. :) Wendy --- Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: HI wendy I think Junior is Blind or close to it in both

Junior update-not Lymphoma

2007-03-19 Thread Sally Davis
Transfer Factor Plus. I think that has helped keep him stable. I must say Junior is quite the fighter. His lymph node behind his ear has been swollen for a while. The swelling would usually go down at night. He seems to has less sight than before. Most of the swelling is on the side of the good eye

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2007-03-19 Thread elizabeth trent
VERY encouraging -- thanks for the update! Prayers still going up for you and Junior. elizabeth On 3/19/07, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Everyone I called the vet today regarding the needle aspiration of the lymph nodes. She is confident that it is not Lymphoma. He has fatty

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2007-03-19 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Elizabeth, Yes I am relieved, although he is fighting an infection. So we do need your prayers. He seems to be feeling better after 4 days of baytril. Thanks, Sally and Junior On 3/19/07, elizabeth trent [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: VERY encouraging -- thanks for the update! Prayers still

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2007-03-14 Thread Sally Davis
coat has not looked good since he was dx. This actually goes back to when he was hit by a car. I think maybe it is not so easy for him to groom himself. My bf was feeling bad yesterday and lashed out on me for caring more about the cats than him. It is hard to keep a balance. Junior is actually

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2007-03-14 Thread Nina
Prayers and good thoughts for you and Junior. Isn't it crazy how we sometimes have to push for treatment and diagnosis? Please let us know what they have to say after the aspirate. Nina Sally Davis wrote: I just wanted you to know Junior is having a needle aspiration done this Friday

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2007-03-13 Thread Sally Davis
I just wanted you to know Junior is having a needle aspiration done this Friday of his lymph nodes which were enlarged at his last appointment. I called his regular vet today because I was not happy that nothing was done last Friday. I want to be proactive not reactive. His lymph nodes

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2007-03-13 Thread elizabeth trent
Prayers going up for Junior. Please keep us posted. elizabeth On 3/13/07, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just wanted you to know Junior is having a needle aspiration done this Friday of his lymph nodes which were enlarged at his last appointment. I called his regular vet today

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2007-03-13 Thread Kelly L
At 04:57 PM 3/13/2007, you wrote: sally, we are all sending you and junior a lot of good thoughts,,,and remember, if the worse happens and it is lymphoma, it is usually very treatable. Cats also get very swollen lymph nodes from everyhting, please keep us posted, kelly I just wanted you

Sally and Junior

2007-03-09 Thread Nina
. Expecting that Junior's immune response will be enough to combat swollen lymph nodes of unknown origin seems foolhardy and down right dangerous to me. As far as further vaccinations... I wouldn't even consider inoculating Junior for ANYTHING. If it were me, I wouldn't consider inoculating

Re: Sally and Junior

2007-03-09 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Nina, I wish Dr Staunton had been there today. I had many questions, she knows Junior better than Dr Larrick. Junior has had the swellings for almost two months now and everything is the same. Actually overall he is better than two months ago especially with the weight gain. I decided

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2007-01-31 Thread Sally Davis
I now have Junior on Transfer factor Plus. Time will tell if it is helpful. I like to think it will help him. He is somewhat stable except for the eye problem. He sees very little right now. He is figuring his was around the house and venture out of my bedroom often. I take that for a sign he

Junior

2007-01-26 Thread Sally Davis
Hi everyone, Just a brief update on Junior. His Right eye still looks like it is budging with a definite cataract. He does not appear to have discomfort from it though. He is still getting the Trusopt for Glaucoma and the chloramphenicol antibiotic ointment in both eyes. I also have been giving

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2007-01-26 Thread Leslie Lawther
*Good luck Sally we're all thinking of you and Junior (and Daisy too... poor baby)!* **hugs** *Leslie =^..^=* On 1/26/07, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone, Just a brief update on Junior. His Right eye still looks like it is budging with a definite cataract. He does

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2007-01-20 Thread Sally Davis
://www.pawproject.com/kona.html -- Junior needs your help with his care fighting Feline Leukemia. Our story www.geocities.com/dmyllas/sally_page.html please help us if you can https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclickbusiness=puttyrat%40k6az.com

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2007-01-19 Thread Sally Davis
PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  his good eye Sally? or is this his bad eye? Phaewryn http://ucat.us Adopt a New England FIV+ cat: http://ucat.us/FIVadopt.html Special Needs Cat Links (and feline info library): http://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html -- Junior needs your help with his care

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2007-01-19 Thread cindy reasoner
Sally, I am sorry to hear that Junior's eye is still causing problems. Both of you are in my prayers. Cindy Reasoner --- Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am taking Junior to the Vet tomorrow. His right eye still has glaucoma, you can see it bulge and the cataract that is forming. He

Junior

2007-01-18 Thread Sally Davis
I am taking Junior to the Vet tomorrow. His right eye still has glaucoma, you can see it bulge and the cataract that is forming. He did not eat well today. Just in case the vet is agreeable how do I get her to write the prescription for alferon(Kelly)? Also I looked in the Archives and I am

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2007-01-18 Thread Kelly L
the pharmacist know how to take care of it,,,Tell 'em it is the Cat Alferon,,,They know Kelly I am taking Junior to the Vet tomorrow. His right eye still has glaucoma, you can see it bulge and the cataract that is forming. He did not eat well today. Just in case the vet is agreeable how do I

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2007-01-18 Thread Nina
ointment on red and inflamed ears, (not in the ear canal), before with good success. Please keep us informed, I hope he regains his appetite soon, Nina Sally Davis wrote: I am taking Junior to the Vet tomorrow. His right eye still has glaucoma, you can see it bulge and the cataract that is forming

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2007-01-18 Thread Sally Davis
Thanks for the information. At times I think Junior has done well and at times I am not so sure. Seeing how fast Pumpkin and Tiny died I treasure the moments I have with Junior. Oh Yes and with all this going on with my cats. I did not get Daisy fixed in November like I had planned to do. I use

Fwd: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread Sally Davis
Sorry about the test email. I sent one last night from my new address and I don't see that it posted. I am getting emails. Just in case my previous email does not show up. Junior got his meds while I was away at the vet's office. I hated to subject him to the ride 2 days in a row, and Eric

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2007-01-12 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
, 2007 9:20 AM To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: Fwd: test/junior/ferals Sorry about the test email. I sent one last night from my new address and I don't see that it posted. I am getting emails. Just in case my previous email does not show up. Junior got his meds while I was away

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2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
She needs to contact alley cat allies: http://alleycat.org Phaewryn http://ucat.us The easy way out has a bad reputation. Why would anyone take the hard way out? The door? No thanks, that would be the easy way out. I'm jumping out the window. Quote by: Les U. Knight

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2007-01-12 Thread Sally Davis
HI Phaewryn, I don't think my sister has email. I did not see a phone number on their website. Am I missing it? Sally On 1/12/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: She needs to contact alley cat allies: http://alleycat.org Phaewryn http://ucat.us The easy way out has a bad

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2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
They do have a very big website. The contact info is on this page, and I pasted it in below as well. http://alleycat.org/contact.html Alley Cat Allies 7920 Norfolk Avenue Suite 600 Bethesda, MD 20814-2525 Phone: 240-482-1980 Fax: 240-482-1990 ACA office hours are between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM

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2007-01-12 Thread Sally Davis
Wow I must have missed the phone number, I think I even went to the contact page, maybe not. I live about three hours from where Alley Cat allies is headquartered. Of course my sister lives about 2500 miles from there. Again thanks Sally On 1/12/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

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2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
They have a national network all across the USA, so they will be able to help her no matter of her location. My family all lives about 2000 miles away. I like it that way, LOL! My mom recently sent me a refrigerator magnet with a big oak tree on it with lots of acorns, it says My family tree is

Junior

2007-01-11 Thread Sally Davis
Hi all I am back from my trip. Our old email is still not working. I am playing catchup on emails, so i have not yet read any of the archives. Eric was able to get junior to the vet for his eye meds both wednesday and today. He only missed one dose od the Trusopt, glaucoma medicine yesterday

RE: Junior/pumpkin

2007-01-07 Thread Sally
Sally Davis Junior needs your help with his care fighting Feline Leukemia. Our story www.geocities.com/dmyllas/sally_page.html please help us if you can https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclick https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_xclickbusiness=puttyrat%40k6az. com

junior

2007-01-07 Thread Sally
Thanks everyone for your suggestions. Junior peed this morning a good amount, so I knew that was not his problem yesterday. I gave him pumpkin this morning and some probiotics last night. He pooped tonight a small amount and no straining. It was sort of hard. That is how Spikes poops are all

Re: Junior/pumpkin

2007-01-07 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I would remove the blind eye if your vet thinks he would be strong enough for the surgery, it's pointless to keep a source of pain which serves no purpose other than to create pain. Blind cats really do very well, I know you don't want it to come to that, but blind and comfortable would be

Junior

2007-01-06 Thread Sally
Hi It seems like it is one setback after another with Junior. He got his immuno regulin shot and for now is done with that. He is being treated for the eye infection. He hates that of course. He drooled terrible when I used the Atropine sulfate in his eye. I think he licked some off. His

Re: Junior

2007-01-06 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Could it be constipation? Seen any poos in the box? If not, give him some canned pumpkin. You don't happen to have any lactulose laying around by chance? Pumpkin will be the next best thing that you can just run to the grocery and get tonight. I'd do it now, the sooner the better. Antibiotics can

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2007-01-06 Thread Lernermichelle
keep making sure that he pees and is not blocked. Michelle

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2007-01-06 Thread Sally
I gave Junior some probiotics that you sent me. I cleaned out the litter boxes earlier today, so I cannot verify if he has pooed. I brought his box back into my bedroom so I can monitor the situation. He does not seem in distress at this time other than me giving him the dreaded eye ointments. I

Re: Junior

2007-01-06 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
yeah, just be sure it hasn't molded, cats are sensitive to mold. Phaewryn http://ucat.us The easy way out has a bad reputation. Why would anyone take the hard way out? The door? No thanks, that would be the easy way out. I'm jumping out the window. Quote by: Les U. Knight

Junior

2007-01-03 Thread Sally
HI everyone, I think my email is working alright now. Comcast was bouncing all my groups in yahoo. I was having trouble sending email right after Tiny died. I want to thank everyone for their support after Tiny's sudden death Christmas day. It is so hard to accept and yet I must. Junior

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2006-10-20 Thread cindy reasoner
I think you need to find another vet that is willing to try different things for Junior. Why does he want you to have him put to sleep? I wouldn't go back to that vet. I had to change vets with Smokey and so far it has been the best decision. This new vet is willing to try different medicines

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2006-10-20 Thread Lernermichelle
Lysine also helps a lot with URI's. And the I-R shold have been about $30 for the bottle and should last for enough doses to get him better if it is going to work. Michelle In a message dated 10/19/2006 9:03:45 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I will look into the

Re: Junior

2006-10-19 Thread Lernermichelle
I just read this post. Definitely try Immuno-Regulin. Michelle In a message dated 10/16/2006 8:29:21 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi everyoneThis is a great group. I am waiting until I can see the vet this morning. Junior who tested positive for Felv 10/6/06

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2006-10-19 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Michelle It, immuno-regulin, came in the mail today. Problem is the vet who saw Junior, thinks it is time to put him down. He is much better today. He still has the sniffles. I need to find someone to do the injections. I just searched the archives about doing subcutaneous injections. I could

Re: Junior

2006-10-19 Thread Lernermichelle
. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi MichelleIt, immuno-regulin, came in the mail today. Problem is the vet who saw Junior, thinks it is time to put him down. He is much better today. He still has the sniffles. I need to find someone to do the injections. I just searched

re: Junior and Sally

2006-10-18 Thread Gina WN
Hi Sally,From what I am reading you don't need to make any decisions about putting Junior to sleep right this minute; is that correct? He has an upper respiratory infection that is being treated, and is he otherwise okay (other than being FeLV+), right? Why does the vet want to put him

Re: Junior update

2006-10-18 Thread Marylyn
: Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:32 AM Subject: Junior update HI everyone I think My server is sending mail again. All those emails were qued (sp) up and sent them at one sorry for the duplicates. Junior is still doing fine since his vet visit. He is asserting his self over Tiny. I try

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2006-10-18 Thread Sally Davis
Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Wednesday, October 18, 2006 7:32 AM Subject: Junior update HI everyone I think My server is sending mail again. All those emails were qued (sp) up and sent them at one sorry for the duplicates. Junior is still doing fine since his

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2006-10-17 Thread Gina WN
. If anyone knows of any good cat groups to contact please let me know.ThanksSally DavisAt 09:07 AM 10/16/2006 -0500, you wrote:Sally,I'm sorry about your other kitty. And here are vibes that Junior getsbetter. Don't let the vet railroad you into anything with him. If thevet won't treat him just like

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2006-10-17 Thread kelly
=YZMlpnwDs7NHihRnmOBqdH57gqzuSE7JvcKFU1KzeUr3SF0DX59E8F6IpAqc6XjcDJPcRbPDEfpHSbDepM4ho7RzNQmXMTsI+9CsJF1T6dfPQpsGIrslMOMctSS6GQB4Xip2PM/TxABBu0XnBuG8gcgGAe21P/pgh/OlfT5T4uY= ; Date: Tue, 17 Oct 2006 04:50:17 -0700 (PDT) From: Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Junior FeLV To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail 7.1.408 [268.13.4/480] Hi Kelly, This is the message I

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2006-10-17 Thread cindy reasoner
PROTECTED] Subject: Junior FeLV To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] X-Antivirus: AVG for E-mail 7.1.408 [268.13.4/480] Hi Kelly, This is the message I tried sending yesterday. My server is blocking outgoing mail. And Eric is not here to tell me what to do. Please post this to the group as well. I have

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2006-10-17 Thread Nina
Sally, Talk about confused! I don't understand why your vet would be suggesting pts when Junior appears to be doing better. I'd think seriously about finding yourself a different vet. It could be that she just wants to prepare you for the worst case scenario, but it sounds like he's

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2006-10-16 Thread Sally Davis
Hi everyone This is a great group. I am waiting until I can see the vet this morning. Junior who tested positive for Felv 10/6/06 is now running a fever of 106.7. I am scared and I feel so helpless. I lost one cat less than two weeks ago. He crashed at the vet's office. He was never tested

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2006-10-16 Thread dede hicken
My thoughts are with you, and prayers, too. dede --- Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone This is a great group. I am waiting until I can see the vet this morning. Junior who tested positive for Felv 10/6/06 is now running a fever of 106.7. I am scared and I feel so

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2006-10-16 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
Sally, I'm sorry about your other kitty. And here are vibes that Junior gets better. Don't let the vet railroad you into anything with him. If the vet won't treat him just like they would a negative cat, leave. Here's hoping it will be okay. Diane R. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

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2006-10-16 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Diane and all Junior is home. He has a upper respiratory and was given a stronger antibiotic, subcutaneuos fluids and a b12 shot. I was also told to give him some yogurt as he has diarrhea. His fever had gone down a little it was 104. He ate when he got home and started purring. Now he

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