Hey Jane -
]]\ I haven't used it in a year or two, so I'll have to check my
dosage. I used instructions from the vet I got it from and used
Tally's instructions at
In fact it was originally Tally who promoted it's use here.
Kim, I have been out of town and am trying to get caught up with posts. First
let me say how great it is you have had 6 1/2 yrs with Cole. My positive girls
are just 9 months old so that gives me hope.
There is a assist feeding group that has some great info.
Dear all, a cautiously hopeful update from Michelle:
Thank you all for praying! The internist just called, sounding rather
surprised, to say that Patches' bilirubin is down to 2.2 (from 6.1), her
PCV is at 20, she is bright, and she has started eating more on her own!
They are hoping to send her
Thinking good thoughts for Patches...
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Taking my furbabies to the vet in about a half hour. I'm nervous for the
results of Morrison's and Isobel's FeLV test. Ash is just getting his rabies
shot because my vet won't neuter him without his rabies vax (and it's the only
vaccine required by law in New Jersey). I'm also talking to my
Morrison and Isobel are both FeLV NEGATIVE! I was so happy when I found out!
Those were the longest 10 minutes of my life (the time it takes for the test
results). They both got their FeLV vaccine. At first they weren't going to
give Isobel one because she's pregnant (the vet confirmed) but
Good news about the test results.
One suggestion though--contact this no-kill shelter RIGHT NOW! Most
no-kills are always full up and you need to be absolutely sure they will
take the kittens. Also, please check the shelter yourself to make sure its
on the up and up. Ask what happens to
Good idea Chris. Thanks for the advice. I know of some other no-kill shelters
in the area as well. One is called Ron's Animal Shelter, which is where I got
Morrison from years ago. All they ask is that you donate a bag of cat or dog
food if you're dropping off animals. I've been there
Does anyone here know of a group of some sort or have any ideas what I can try
next? First of all my fiv+ girl has been diagnosed with IFLUTD ( idiopathic
feline lower urinary tract disease) back in April when she started piddling on
my bed.Well after being on Amitryptaline for awhil(,which was
See if you can find a holistic vet. There may be some supplements you
can use. Somewhere I read had cosaquin stregthens bladder
muscles.I have no personal knowledge but am a big fan of holistic
medicines, especially when the regular vets are out of ideas. There
are nice mattress
My Tucson has this annoying little habit of peeing in not so great
places--usually, its cause she's mad at somebody or somebody annoyed her
when she was heading for the litter box or the moon is high or whatever!
But once, the vet found she had clogged anal sacs and he said that might
Thanks for your input Marylyn.I have a mattress pad on there,one of the first
things I bought when it all started.I also have a water proof one at the foot
of my bed on top,I got tired of washing my bedding every other day,especially
having to go to the laundromat. :( I have used Cosequin or
There are pads that are washable (disposable is too expensive) that
are used under people in nursing homes/hospitals. I bought a bunch of
these when a most loved dog was having similar problems because of a
terminal illness. I am lucky enough to have a washer and dryer
Hi Sherry, quick question...has she had an ultrasound of her bladder? Our
Will Feral was recently dx'd with idiopathic interstitial cystitis (blood in
urine off and on, peeing on the floor, straining at times, normal urine ph,
no evidence of crystals, no infection, nothing on xray). He gets
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