Re: Whitey

2007-11-14 Thread catatonya
I would see a specialist. I know this is late, and I hope someone had some good advice for you. tonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey guys. Whitey is still having some issues and I was hoping some of the more experienced people around might have an idea of what's up

Re: Whitey

2007-11-06 Thread dede hicken
Did they ever clean his ears? If so, that can cause the tilting. It can take as much as 3 mo. to go away. Went through this last year. Cat is fine now. Dede --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey guys. Whitey is still having some issues and I was hoping some of the more experienced

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2007-11-05 Thread OfALegend
Hey guys. Whitey is still having some issues and I was hoping some of the more experienced people around might have an idea of what's up. The problem I'm seeing is he's still disoriented/The problem I'm seeing is he's still disoriented/WB I can't figure out whats wrong with him! We

Re: Whitey

2007-11-05 Thread laurieskatz
- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 5:29 PM Subject: Whitey Hey guys. Whitey is still having some issues and I was hoping some of the more experienced people around might have an idea of what's up. The problem I'm

Re: Whitey

2007-11-05 Thread Pat Kachur
health. - Original Message - From: laurieskatz To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, November 05, 2007 6:52 PM Subject: Re: Whitey Teddy had a head tilt for a short time. I don't know that I ever got an explanation. It was on and off. You might have his vision

Re: Whitey, Day 8

2007-10-22 Thread catatonya
from my entire house, and I love it! Whitey Boy is in good hands! tonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, guys, we're starting day 8 in Whitey's intervention. Boy is doing much better. He's actually able to walk now without falling over. He's still wobbly, but walking. Still taking his

RE: Whitey, Day 8

2007-10-16 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
Subject: Whitey, Day 8 Ok, guys, we're starting day 8 in Whitey's intervention. Boy is doing much better. He's actually able to walk now without falling over. He's still wobbly, but walking. Still taking his Baytril, and no signs of pupil dilation or diarrhea yet (one week into treatment, one week

Re: Whitey, Day 8

2007-10-16 Thread ofalegend
, Diane [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tue, 16 Oct 2007 10:42 am Subject: RE: Whitey, Day 8 Michael -- ? I got some stuff at Petco, a dental rinse for about $9 a bottle that you add to their water that's supposed to remove tartar and plaque.? Too soon to know if it's

Re: Whitey, Day 8

2007-10-16 Thread Jane Lyons
: Whitey, Day 8 Michael -- I got some stuff at Petco, a dental rinse for about $9 a bottle that you add to their water that's supposed to remove tartar and plaque. Too soon to know if it's really working, though. I looked into the Petzlife, but could only get it online and wanted to try

Re: Whitey

2007-10-16 Thread wendy
Hi Michael, I am way behind on emails, but definitely wanted to touch base with you on the hyperT with Whitey (btw, I thought that was very funny you guys didn't know she was a male!!!) When you start Whitey out on the meds (either Tapazole or Methimazole -generic Tap), only start at 2.5 mg

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2007-10-16 Thread wendy
I'm thinking Innova Evo canned is going to the the highest, without grains of course. Let us know if you find something with more. I am hoping he doesn't have FIP, but be careful of the corona virus titer. I have seen people say here that that is NOT an indication of FIP. You might look in

Re: Whitey

2007-10-16 Thread OfALegend
In a message dated 10/16/2007 10:06:34 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm thinking Innova Evo canned is going to the the highest, without grains of course. Let us know if you find something with more. I am hoping he doesn't have FIP, but be careful of the corona

Re: Whitey

2007-10-16 Thread wendy
Hey Michael, Good to hear from you. Thanks for the tip on Solid Gold Tuna. I'll put that in my archives. Do you think he'll need a longer course of antibiotics given the severity of the infection? It bothers me that he's still a bit wobbly with only 3 days left on his meds. What do you

Re: Whitey

2007-10-16 Thread OfALegend
In a message dated 10/16/2007 10:25:10 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Good to hear from you. Thanks for the tip on Solid Gold Tuna. I'll put that in my archives. Do you think he'll need a longer course of antibiotics given the severity of the infection? It

Re: Whitey

2007-10-10 Thread Belinda
Maybe you could call the home you think he belongs to and let them know the shape he's in. Ask them if they would be willing to let you have him so he can get the medical attention he needs and let them know you have already spent so and so amount to get him checked out and would like to

Re: Whitey

2007-10-10 Thread Kat
10:00:10 -0700 From: Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Subject: Re: Whitey Maybe you could call the home you think he belongs to and let them know the shape he's in. Ask them if they would be willing to let you have him so

Re: Whitey

2007-10-10 Thread laurieskatz
why. I think some people have a sense that no one is going to tell THEM what to do with THEIR animal. bottom line. I wouldn't risk it. Laurie - Original Message - From: Kat [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Wednesday, October 10, 2007 11:21 AM Subject: Re: Whitey

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2007-10-09 Thread ofalegend
View full size ??? View full size For those of you without the history, Whitey came to me about six months ago relatively permanently.? She showed up and just sort of stayed.? When she came, she was boney (You could feel its ribs) and her long white fur was literally in huge mats

Re: Whitey

2007-10-09 Thread Kelley Saveika
First of all, I need to tell you that if you are going to take this cat in and care for him properly, it is going to cost a good deal of . I would go to who you think owns him, explain what all is wrong with him and what will need to be done to fix it, and that you are willing to pay for it

Re: Whitey

2007-10-09 Thread glenda Goodman
and discoverd about their cat... Nine chances out of ten they will be happy someone is doing all this...and you will then be able to do this in the open...It is a wonder Whitey is negative for diseases...maybe he was never even vaccinated and obviously is wandering around...I think everyone

Re: Whitey

2007-10-09 Thread Pat Kachur
As far as the feeling guilty is concerned--anyone who lets their cat get into that condition doesn't deserve to have an animal of any type. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 11:31 AM Subject: Whitey

Re: Whitey

2007-10-09 Thread laurieskatz
I urge you to never let this cat outside again (with the obvious implication that he will never go home again). His previous people are totally irresponsible or terribly misinformed about cat care. His health depends on him staying inside. Even in one room, he is better off than in the previous

Re: Whitey

2007-10-09 Thread Gloria Lane
of any type. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, October 09, 2007 11:31 AM Subject: Whitey View full size View full size For those of you without the history, Whitey came to me about six months ago relatively permanently. She

Re: Whitey

2007-10-08 Thread Heather Wienker
Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but as a white kitty with 2 differently colored eyes, isn't there a good chance this kitty is deaf? Just wanted to mention since that impacts the safety of being outside. Thank you for helping this kitty, she sounds beautiful! We had an all-white rescue

Re: Whitey

2007-10-08 Thread TatorBunz
In a message dated 10/8/2007 8:46:37 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but as a white kitty with 2 differently colored eyes, isn't there a good chance this kitty is deaf? Sometimes...as I have a personal senior kitty of 19 years

Re: Whitey

2007-10-08 Thread Pat Kachur
@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, October 08, 2007 12:02 PM Subject: Re: Whitey In a message dated 10/8/2007 8:46:37 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Someone can correct me if I'm wrong, but as a white kitty with 2 differently colored eyes, isn't there a good chance this kitty

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-19 Thread Nina
Kelly, You just posted about losing a fur kid on Sat. I take it it was Whitey? I'm so sorry for your loss. When you are able, would you like to tell us a little more of Whitey's story? You are such a good human to open your heart and home to so many in need Kelly. Each and every one

Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread Kelly L
To my Friends, My sweet Little White Deaf kitty is at the emergency vets under Oxygen tonight. It is a long story but probably underlying heart disease..and he is not responding. The ventilator is an option, but the prognosis of ever getting him off it is is so slim and with so many underlying

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread Marylyn
Subject: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE To my Friends, My sweet Little White Deaf kitty is at the emergency vets under Oxygen tonight. It is a long story but probably underlying heart disease..and he is not responding. The ventilator is an option, but the prognosis of ever getting him off it is is so

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread C J
I am sorry to hear that. I know how you feel. Try to stay strong during these hard times. - Original Message - From: Kelly L [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2007 5:15 AM Subject: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE To my

RE: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread Diane Rosenfeldt
Kelly, I'm so sorry you have to deal with all this at once. May you have the strength to do it all. Diane R. To my Friends, My sweet Little White Deaf kitty is at the emergency vets under Oxygen tonight. It is a long story but probably underlying heart disease..and he is not responding.

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread TenHouseCats
GLOW to you and your furchildren, for strength and wisdom and healing, and that everything happens exactly as it is supposed to, in the gentlest and kindest way. it's in these times that i try to remember the fundamental truth that loving one another is really all that matters On 3/17/07,

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread wendy
Kelly, Prayers for strength going out to you and for a quick and painless passage for Whitey. I'm sorry he's not responding to treatment. It's so hard to let go... Bless you for loving him. :) Wendy --- Kelly L [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To my Friends, My sweet Little White Deaf kitty

Whitey close to the bridge

2007-03-17 Thread Lomaxturtle
Kelly my thoughts and prayers go out to and your dear animals. It is unbearable to watch them slipping away and so so hard to have to make the decision to help them pass. Whitey will now you are there and will be happy to have you there knowing how much you love him. Sometimes the hardest

Re: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE

2007-03-17 Thread Kelly L
] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2007 6:15 AM Subject: Whitey is close to the BRIDGE To my Friends, My sweet Little White Deaf kitty is at the emergency vets under Oxygen tonight. It is a long story but probably underlying heart disease..and he

Re: Whitey

2006-12-31 Thread Gary Murphy
Jennifer, Happy to hear Whitey is doing well! I loved his pictures! Sending positive vibes that Tang's adoption happens so dear Whitey has a space. Beth

Re: Whitey

2006-12-31 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
Whitey just got his first home bath (they washed his butt once at the vet hospital), I just changed out of my water soaked clothes (he was the third in line, and the first one was not a happy camper). He was amazing. I sat him in the sink, and we had a little talk about how this wasn't going

Re: Whitey

2006-12-31 Thread elizabeth trent
That is amazing! It's good you helped him understand - I imagine he was very grateful. elizabeth On 12/31/06, Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Whitey just got his first home bath (they washed his butt once at the vet hospital), I just changed out of my water soaked

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
He seems much better today, he's sleeping comfortably in his cage now. I tried to hide his pill in his food this morning though, and he didn't eat it, so now I'm not sure what to do there. I think I'm going to just scoop that little blob of food up out of his bowl and push it into his mouth

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread Kelley Saveika
I'm so glad he's feeling better! I was thinking of him this morning. On 12/23/06, Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: He seems much better today, he's sleeping comfortably in his cage now. I tried to hide his pill in his food this morning though, and he didn't eat it, so now

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread elizabeth trent
Saying prayers for Whitey -- I'm so sorry he is going through this. elizabeth On 12/22/06, Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry to be off topic, but can everyone please send good vibes/glow/prayers for Whitey? He was neutered on Wednesday morning, and when I brought him

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread elizabeth trent
Poor baby - I'm so glad he is able to eat some and that the ice helps. I hope he's feeling much better today. elizabeth On 12/22/06, Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, he came home at around 6PM, and it's now almost 9:30PM, and he's eaten two batches of food, the

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread Nina
I'm so glad to hear Whitey seems better today. It's such a shame, esp after you had such uneasy feelings about getting him neutered in the first place. I wouldn't be so concerned about getting the pain med into him, you don't know for sure that it didn't contribute to his nausea. I'm

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
He's eating low residue canned food, with a few kibbles mixed in. He seems to be feeling a little worse now, as he didn't woof down his food like he was yesterday... or maybe he's just not very hungry. He was sleeping in his litterbox earlier. I took a couple of new pictures of him just now

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-23 Thread Marylyn
, December 23, 2006 4:09 PM Subject: Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey,unusual post-neuter complications He's eating low residue canned food, with a few kibbles mixed in. He seems to be feeling a little worse now, as he didn't woof down his food like he was yesterday... or maybe he's

(OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
Sorry to be off topic, but can everyone please send good vibes/glow/prayers for Whitey? He was neutered on Wednesday morning, and when I brought him home, he began to vomit and have severe diarrhea. He went back to the vet and was hospitalized overnight, and is now back home (mostly because I

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Kelly L
a big piggy,,He refused to eat, I think because if they have blood in their tummy it makes them nauseated, He started with boiled chicken and went from there,, He is a senior,, Kelly Sorry to be off topic, but can everyone please send good vibes/glow/prayers for Whitey? He was neutered

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
At least there was no blood in his vomit! None in his diarrhea either, but you can tell he is suffering, he lays there on his side really stiff, and holds his back leg up, and as he gets tired, and his leg begins to fall, he growls, and tries to lick himself back there, and growls, tries to

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Lance
I'm sorry to hear that Whitey is feeling bad after his surgery. As with other recent ill list-cats, he will be in my prayers. I hope he's better enough to have a fine holiday. Bless you and all of your furkids. Lance

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Marylyn
) Please send good vibes for Whitey,unusual post-neuter complications Sorry to be off topic, but can everyone please send good vibes/glow/prayers for Whitey? He was neutered on Wednesday morning, and when I brought him home, he began to vomit and have severe diarrhea. He went back to the vet

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Marylyn
Subject: Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey,unusualpost-neuter complications At least there was no blood in his vomit! None in his diarrhea either, but you can tell he is suffering, he lays there on his side really stiff, and holds his back leg up, and as he gets tired, and his leg begins

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Lernermichelle
The fact that he wants to eat means that his pain is not that bad. When they are in a lot of pain they do not want to eat. So I think you are right to hold off on the pain meds, and just see how he does. People, cats included, can have strange reactions to anesthesia. My mom has had a lot

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
He's sitting directly on the ice pack I put in there, so I think he appreciates the ice pack! Poor baby! I know when I had surgery an ice pack was the only thing that gave me any relief for the first two days. I imagine a neutering would be similarly painful. Phaewryn Donations Needed for

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn
Well, he came home at around 6PM, and it's now almost 9:30PM, and he's eaten two batches of food, the first one was about two tablespoons, with about 8 kibbles of dry mixed in at around 7pm, and at 9pm I had to give him half a pill, and I hid it in a tablespoon of wet food, and he gobbled that

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Kelley Saveika
I saw his pictures and I've been thinking of him. I'm sorry he is in pain. I can't really offer advice as the clinic where I get my guys spayed and neutered gives a pain shot. I've never had anyone have adverse reactions to it and I don't have to administer additional pain meds. On 12/22/06,

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Nina
. Please let us know how he's doing, Nina Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn wrote: Sorry to be off topic, but can everyone please send good vibes/glow/prayers for Whitey? He was neutered on Wednesday morning, and when I brought him home, he began to vomit and have severe diarrhea. He went back to the vet

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Nina
Poor little angel, he sounds so uncomfortable. Is there a homeopathic for surgical pain? Nina Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn wrote: At least there was no blood in his vomit! None in his diarrhea either, but you can tell he is suffering, he lays there on his side really stiff, and holds his back

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Nina
Aww, Mommy knows what to do! Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn wrote: He's sitting directly on the ice pack I put in there, so I think he appreciates the ice pack! Poor baby! I know when I had surgery an ice pack was the only thing that gave me any relief for the first two days. I imagine a neutering

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusual post-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Marylyn
with their fellow man. St. Francis - Original Message - From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Saturday, December 23, 2006 12:22 AM Subject: Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey,unusual post-neuter

Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey, unusualpost-neuter complications

2006-12-22 Thread Marylyn
AM Subject: Re: (OT) Please send good vibes for Whitey,unusualpost-neuter complications Aww, Mommy knows what to do! Jennifer Phaewryn O'Gwynn wrote: He's sitting directly on the ice pack I put in there, so I think he appreciates the ice pack! Poor baby! I know when I had surgery an ice pack