I'm so sorry, Sherry. Gentle Bridge vibes to Louisa.
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[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sherry DeHaan
Sent: Tuesday, December 04, 2007 8:37 PM
To: Felvot groups; Felvtalk
Subject: Louisa Please add to the CLS :(
I am so sorry Louisa is gone. No telling what her life would have been like
had she not been rescued.
On Dec 4, 2007 9:37 PM, Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Louisa was one of our Hurricane Katrina kitties.Sadly we lost her
yesterday.She will be missed.
Can dogs and cats catch colds from each other?
Sorry having brain farts right now can't remember...getting old I guess.
Somebody contacted me about this.
TAZZY'S ANIMAL TRANSPORTS
SIAMESE COLLIE RESCUE
If they like Science Diet Kitten, they will love Wellness kitten-- trust me. I
have fed both b/c Wellness is expensive. That is what I give my foster kittens
who come to me sick and/or malnourished to really get them going and put on
weight. Now that I have two that are no longer sick and
I have been feeding Mandy PetGuard wet food and Greenies treats. For dry, she
gets Nutro. She's thriving on this--you would never know that she is leukemia
positive. Her eyesight has not deteriorated since I have had her. She was
totally deaf when I got her but that doesn't seem to bother
It is also possible to give your cats a cold. Again, it depends on what
organism is causing the upper respiratory problem. There are 100s out there
and some can be passed between species and others cannot.
MaryChristine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: depends of which organism is causing
It's my understanding that colds are not transmitted
between cats and dogs.
When I first got MeMe she had a terrible upper respiratory and was
constantly. My dogs shared a water bowl and sometimes a bed with her and
they were fine.
Hope all is well with your kitties.
Alright, I am not an expert, but here's what I have know/have learned: I think
it depends on the cause of the URI-- which with cats, we know it can be many
different things and usually, it's too expensive to actually run a culture and
find out what is causing the URI (unless it's a chronically
depends of which organism is causing the symptoms--corona, rhino, herpes,
etc--some are species-specific, other are less discriminating
On Dec 5, 2007 4:55 PM, Pat Kachur [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very
The general opinion around here is that there is better quality canned
food, though you also don't want to buy them food they won't eat. In
words, eating low quality food is better than not eating at all. I'm
canned and dry to my little FeLV+ girl, and she loves
Here is what I use for Junior. I sometimes I run out, but for the most part
Wellness Transfer Factor 1 cap AM
Manapol approx 1/2 teapAM
l lysine 1 capAM and PM if he URI or runny eyes
So sorry, Sherry. She ws lucky to have found you.
--- Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Louisa was one of our Hurricane Katrina
kitties.Sadly we lost her yesterday.She will be
Be a better friend, newshound, and
I was wondering what kind of diet everyone uses for their FELV positive cats
and kittens. I am currently feeding mine Science Diet Kitten Chow and also
Friskies canned in a.m. and pm. These ladies have their habits. I have tried
switching their dry food and they began vomiting and quit
Upper Respiratory Infection (which is a cold for cats) is very infectious.
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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 12:48 PM
Can dogs and cats catch colds from each
It is with sadness I tell you that Julie's doctor and I helped Julie cross over
the Rainbow Bridge yesterday afternoon. She was purring and happy when it
happened and she passed peacefully. She was my beautiful 18.5 year old Maine
Coon who lived a charmed life and was
I'm so sorry for your loss. Julie had to have been a
wonderful , beautiful kitty and very blessed to have
you and your family as her family. I do still read the
posts from your list. As soon as the news gets over to
your friends on the 'other list' do not be surprised
if you hear from some
I'm so sorry that Julie has gone, and that you are heartbroken as a
result of her departure, but she will always be with you. She
obviously had a great life. You'll be in my prayers.
On Dec 5, 2007, at 9:04 PM, wendy wrote:
It is with sadness I tell you
I'm so sorry for you and Julie. These kitties hold such a special place in our
- Original Message -
Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 9:04 PM
Subject: Julie has crossed over the Rainbow Bridge
I am so sorry for your loss. 18.5 years is a big part of your life
and a long
relationship with another being. Julie will always be a part of you.
knowing that she is in the warm sunshine will help you heal.
On Dec 5, 2007, at 11:20 PM, C J wrote:
I'm so sorry for
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