Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Sue Koren
Hello, everyone, This coming Friday the last of my 5 FeLV- cats will get his booster. Then I will wait the appropriate amount of time and release Buzz from his prison room into the general population. I am scared to death. I would rather continue to keep them seperate but Buzz is crazy to

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Marylyn
If you have a good holistic vet around check with her. If not you might want to consult with Susan Maier http://www.horizonvetserv.com/ or Dr. E. . Boswell 502.499.9663. Both do phone consultations and have had wonderful results with FeLV+ cats. Both are real vets who use

RE: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Carmen Conklin
Hi Sue, Glad to hear you are letting Buzz out into the general population. We have had good success with mixing our FeLV kits with non positive cats. We have had 4 different felines who lived in close association with the other felines and they did NOT have a FeLV vaccination either. They

RE: Introducing Sissy and Rocket

2008-04-09 Thread Carmen Conklin
Hi, I SO agree with tonya! Carmen Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2008 19:12:16 -0700From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: Introducing Sissy and RocketTo: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org If it were me I would trap and neuter the rest of the colony and not test them for felv. tonyaGloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Kat
Hi Sue, (I mostly lurk these days, but have been around for a long time..) To help your other cats, you will want to keep their immune systems as strong as possible. So almost everything you do for Buzz will help the others too. The high quality food, the kitty vitamins, using lactoferrin or

Update on New Positive

2008-04-09 Thread Kenzie Kanne
This is how our household situation is- I began bottle feeding kittens in May- they were found in a burn barrell. In July, new to my kitty care, I took in a kitten they thought needed feeding but turned out he was very sick and near death when I got him. Worm infested and dehydrated and cold

RE: Update on New Positive

2008-04-09 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
Congratulation Kenzie. I can well imagine your jubilance! (I had the same turnaround with my Mickey) It's great to hear good news. And hopefully another vet is duly enlightened and will spread the word. Kerry M From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On

Re: Update on New Positive

2008-04-09 Thread Sue Koren
Wow! What great news! Congratulations! Buzz is goint to be re-tested on April 24th and I have a bottle of Champagne in the fridge in hopes of a negative test. Sue Kenzie Kanne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: = This is how our household situation is- I began bottle feeding kittens

Re: Felvtalk Digest, Vol 39, Issue 15

2008-04-09 Thread lexingtongrn
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Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Sue Frank Koren
I went to Dr. Maier's website it looks like she could be of some help. Not just for Buzz but also for one of my negatives, Tucker, who has a problem with his immune system attacking the bacteria on his teeth. He has had all but his two top front canines removed and he still has sores in his

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Sue Frank Koren
Hi,Carmen. It's good to hear of the success stories. My other cats chase each other a lot but I don't think they do much biting. Charllie is the loveable one who thinks it is his job to wash everybody, though. He is the one I am most worried about. - Original Message - From:

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Sue Frank Koren
Hi,Kat - I looked for colostrum at the pet store this evening but couldn't find it. Maybe online. I will look for the Rescue Remedy, too. I wonder if it comes in bubble bath form. :) - Original Message - From: Kat [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FeLV Talk felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent:

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Marylyn
I have had several who loved catnip and more (especially ferals) who thought it was for the birds. Susan has some very good remedies for teeth problems. She has been very helpful with Dixie...the only problem she has has tooth related and it may be because of the time she spent on the

Re: Buzz emancipated

2008-04-09 Thread Marylyn
Both are at health food stores or on line and both are wonderful. If you get with Dr. Maier she can help you. On Apr 9, 2008, at 7:41 PM, Sue Frank Koren wrote: Hi,Kat - I looked for colostrum at the pet store this evening but couldn't find it. Maybe online. I will look for the Rescue

OT - I miss the OT list

2008-04-09 Thread Kelley Saveika
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Re: OT - I miss the OT list

2008-04-09 Thread TatorBunz
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Re: Has anyone heard of this new FELV drug - is it real or fake?

2008-04-09 Thread Kelly L
At 06:41 AM 4/8/2008, you wrote: I have heard about it and may use it will get more information if I can kelly Someone sent me this link: http://www.imulan.com/ and on one page of the web site it says, Lymphocyte T-Cell Immunomodulator (LTCI) is an conditionally approved treatment aid*