Re: crf-Belinda

2008-03-11 Thread Belinda Sauro
What are his numbers, specifically his Creatinine, BUN, Phosphorus, Potassium, and his HCT, these are the important ones that tell you how well or not well he is doing? Get them from your vet, they can fax or give you a copy of his last blood work results, you paid for them they are

alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread Lynne
Well I received a reply from Boo's previous owner today. They blame me for all that happened. They insist he was happy and healthy before we got him and basically that we killed him by having vets stick needles in him and using drugs that were not FDA approved. She's so stupid, she refers to

RE: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
Yeeuch--they are a ghastly pair, Lynne. Much easier to blame someone else than look at themselves in the mirror. I hope they're worried about a lawsuit. hugs, Kerry From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lynne Sent: Tuesday, March 11,

Re: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread Lynne
They know I don't have a leg to stand on Kerri. Oh well, I hope that if and when they arrive at the rainbow bridge to see their beloved pets that the cats tear them to pieces. Lynne - Original Message - From: MacKenzie, Kerry N. To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday,

Re: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Lynne I hope they dont get to go to the Rainbow Bridge!!! :) Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: They know I don't have a leg to stand on Kerri. Oh well, I hope that if and when they arrive at the rainbow bridge to see their beloved pets that the cats tear them to pieces. Lynne -

Re: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread Lynne
Well I do because I'm older than they are and will in all likelihood be there first, and me and Boo and all his thug buddies will be waiting with baseball bats :) - Original Message - From: Sherry DeHaan To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 11:13 AM

Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Nina
Hello All, I just got off the phone with Sally Foster. Old timers may remember her from the list. We became friends years ago when I first joined the list and Sally was kind enough to offer me her phone number so I could cry on her shoulder. Sally has been doing TNR and rescuing cats for

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Kelley Saveika
Nina, SHE HAS TO MOVE THE CATS. I don't care if she has to board them, or whatever, but if AC has been there, they ARE COMING BACK. For that matter if I absolutely had to I would let them outside to keep AC from getting their evil hands on them, but that would be a last resort... Please, for

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
California and Texas are really different. We have very specific laws on the books governing seizures, very rescue friendly state laws. Sally is in the San Jose area, about an hour south of me. I'll call her and get some details. I know California rescue law pretty well. Let me find

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Kelley Saveika
Um, I just yesterday saw a raid in LA that almost made me vomit. Literally. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O_kJ9nGiVis Lots on this case in this blog: http://laanimalwatch.blogspot.com/ California is definitely not on my list of safe places to own animals. But I don't know about San Jose.

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Susan Hoffman
southern California has had a lot of problems. A friend was raided a year and a half ago. There are a couple of law suits in play down there already. However, the San Francisco/Bay Area, which includes San Jose, is very different. California is a big state. The more rural/agricultural

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Kelley Saveika
I hope the lawsuits are successful. I hope you are able to help Sally.:) On 3/11/08, Susan Hoffman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: southern California has had a lot of problems. A friend was raided a year and a half ago. There are a couple of law suits in play down there already. However, the

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Gloria Lane
They'll probably stop harassing rescuers, about the time when the cities do some other things - like stop outlawing pit bulls instead of punishing the bad folks who fight and misuse these dogs... sigh. On Mar 11, 2008, at 2:23 PM, Kelley Saveika wrote: ... When will AC leave rescuers

Re: crf-Belinda

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
I will get a copy of them and send you the numbers. I've got to speak to the new vet tomorrow about Bob's paperwork and get his prescription filled for the blood pressure. t Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are his numbers, specifically his Creatinine, BUN, Phosphorus,

Re: crf-Belinda

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
I will get a copy of them and send you the numbers. I've got to speak to the new vet tomorrow about Bob's paperwork and get his prescription filled for the blood pressure. t Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What are his numbers, specifically his Creatinine, BUN, Phosphorus,

Smokey

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
DeDe, I'm so sorry to read about Smokey. :( tonya I told you a bit about Smokey. The morning he died, he woke me up as usual nuzling my ear and purring. I will never forget that, ever. We too, had just had the aspiration done, but he wasn't eating and it was so hard for him to

Re: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
grr. Didn't you say they left Boo Boo outside? t Lynne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well I received a reply from Boo's previous owner today. They blame me for all that happened. They insist he was happy and healthy before we got him and basically that we killed him by

Re: Eye Problems

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
I think Sally/Junior? t Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Someone's cat had uveitis, but I can't remember whose either. On Tue, Mar 4, 2008 at 5:40 PM, Jane Lyons [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Susan I do remember someone on the list had a kittie with an problem eye. I just cannot

Re: Eye Problems

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
My vet just told me 750 mg. for a small adult I'm using it with. tonya wendy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Clarification: Even if you have a kitty that is older than a year, if they are 'small', you might want to check the dosing for Lysine for her weight via a reliable source.

Re: update: Athena

2008-03-11 Thread catatonya
Keep us updated. You would be doing a very good deed! Not many people will take positives. tonya Beth Gouldin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone - We have been able to locate an almost 1 year old very healthy FeLV+ neutered male siamese. We will be going to see him in a couple

Re: Eye Problems

2008-03-11 Thread Sally Davis
Hi Susan How is Autumn doing??? Junior is on L lysine all the time. He weighs 13#s and get aprroximately 1000mg split in two doses mixed into his wet food. He does not always finish his food , but he gets most of it. I have not had him tested for FHV but symptom- wise I would say he does have

Re: alittleofftopic

2008-03-11 Thread Lynne
Yep, last summer and fall BooBoo spent most of his time in my driveway. Every morning he would be there when I would get back from my morning run and I'd feed him before I went to work. He'd stay at our place all day and then go home at night. As the weather became colder we started inviting

Re: update: Athena

2008-03-11 Thread Lynne
I'd take a healthy FeLV neutered male in a heart beat. Lynne - Original Message - From: catatonya To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, March 11, 2008 8:26 PM Subject: Re: update: Athena Keep us updated. You would be doing a very good deed! Not many people

Re: Sally Foster needs some help in the San Fran area

2008-03-11 Thread Nina
Thank you Susan and Kelley for your replies and concern. I'm sure Sally will appreciate any help or advice you can give her. I have an unreasonable fear of animal control, I think of them like I would the gestapo. Sally doesn't seem to be panicking the way I might, but she is quickly taking