I'm so sorry to hear about your boy.
Had he been re-tested recently for Felv?
Normally, it is the secodary illnesses that take our Felv kids.
Such as different cancers.
Due to their weak immune systems.
Did he have a biopsy done prior indicate what kind of cancer he had?
How old was
Angela, I am so sorryfor your loss, your pain and the uncertaintyI
unexpectedly lost Keisha 5 weeks ago. I didn't even know she was sick (not
feline leukemia+). Now another of mine has a similar heart problem (not related
and not contagious)somedays I am overwhelmed...I try to know
Thank you for your encouraging words. Midnight being sick was such a shock!
He was the one who would take toys from the other two and play! He was/is
absolutely beautiful. I know he is in kitty heaven. I think that when we were
in the vets office last night he became visually worse,
I just have a couple questions: Did Squeaky and
Stripes have the FeLV virus for many years and
survive? If so maybe both were just carriers? The fact
Stripes lived to age 16, even with illnesses during
that time, is still amazing.
As for the heart problems you have been facing:
I am really sorry to hear about your sweet Boy. It sounds like you did the
right thing to pts with the information you had at the time. He was probably
anemic, because of the white gums, and anemia is a really hard battle to fight.
A lot of times, we don't see cats survive once
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