I have 2 cats with leukemia. They both quit eating about a weekago. I could
get one jump started w/baby food. But this isn't working this time. Itookone
to the vet yesterday (the one that I can touch. We left w/Calavamox,
Prednisone and Cyproheptadine. He also gave Sandy a B-12 inj
If you can get a tube of Nutrical from your veterinarian, it will work as a
food replacement until he/she figures out what is the main problem. It is
designed for animals that are 'off feed'. It also has good levels of
B-complex vitamins that will help to stimulate their appetite.
I just wanted to let you know that Buzz is expected to make a full recovery.
My husband just told me yesterday that the vet had only given him two days to
live. You would never think that to see him now! His red count level is up to
18. Dr. Tom thinks he will eventually not even
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tHE VET said the blood work is normal..I'll get the Nutracal.
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From: Karen Griffith [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Yeah!! I am so glad. Anemia is not always the end for these babies. Junior
went through that too. HIs did not fall as low as Buzz. I am so happy for
On Tue, Aug 5, 2008 at 1:20 PM, Sue Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Need help-seeking forever home for feluk positive cat. Female, young (between
1-3 years old), tabby, will be spayed and up to date on vaxes before rehomed.
The cat was abandoned at the shelter I work at, she tested positive on elisa
and IFA and now needs to find a home in a week. She
I am very? happy to hear that Buzz is going to be okay. It's great when there
is good news. Kathryn
From: Sue Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Tue, 5 Aug 2008 10:20 am
Subject: [Felvtalk] Sweet Buzz
I just wanted to
Tabby's Place perhaps? http://www.tabbysplace.org/
On Aug 5, 2008, at 6:34 PM, JENI RECA wrote:
Need help-seeking forever home for feluk positive cat. Female,
young (between 1-3 years old), tabby, will be spayed and up to date
on vaxes before rehomed. The cat was
I know they take FIV and many other health concerns, but I don't think they do
Felv.. From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: email@example.com Date: Tue, 5
Aug 2008 20:17:26 -0500 Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Need help-seeking forever home
for feluk positive cat Tabby's Place perhaps?
Where in NY? I am in southern NJ, in a town called Millville. I am about 2
hours south of NYC, depending on traffic. I have three cats, one FeLV+ kitty
and the other two are being tested soon. If they test negative they're getting
vaccinated. I would love to help but I don't know if my
Might call and ask them who does...?
On Aug 5, 2008, at 8:43 PM, Debbie Harrison wrote:
I know they take FIV and many other health concerns, but I don't
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