Subject: New to the list, would like some advice!
I'll try to make the history brief but clear (not always easy
for me), we adopted a kitten from ACC here in NYC in
July 2007 to keep our
Hi, Avia --
I'm so sorry you lost Cinder. It must have been a terrible shock to
everybody. Gentle Bridge vibes to her.
I think your instincts are right about Onyx. She will be much happier if
she's allowed to mix with the others, and probably at this point anybody who
would have gotten FeLV
Desmond was one of our handsome sweet Sids kids.He was lucky enough to have a
home for the last few months of his life with a couple that volunteers with
us.They even fed him with a syringe when he was at his worst.Good bye sweet
We who choose to surround ourselves with
I am so glad he had a home, even for a short time. Blessings to you
and the ones who cared enough and were able to give him a home.
On Apr 1, 2009, at 7:14 PM, Sherry DeHaan wrote:
Desmond was one of our handsome sweet Sids kids.He was lucky enough
to have a home for the last few months of
Desmond is surely remembering everyone he met with great love. Condolences.
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Sherry DeHaan
Sent: Wednesday, April 01, 2009 7:14 PM
I'm sorry to hear of your loss. Most people on our list keep their positives
and negatives together. If your two negatives haven't tested positive after
all this time, they are probably not going to. I don't do boosters on my
negative cats. I lost 2 negative cats in March due to different
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