I just noticed that your kitty is having breathing problems. That worried
me. In all of my treatments for FeLV, I use Transfer Factor Plus in
addition to other supportive treatments depending upon the symptoms .You can
do what you want, but the only reason that I paid the money and
Sorry to go off topic, but have you seen any trials with TF with feline
heart disease patients? I have a kitty who has a severe congenital heart
defect. She's going on 4, fingers crossed.
On Sun, Apr 26, 2009 at 4:19 AM, Karen Griffith griff...@frognet.netwrote:
Haven't seen any research on congenital heart defect. Have used it
(Transfer Factor) with several very old cats including one of mine that
died at known over 25 yrs of age.
He, before TF would fill up abdominally and around lungs and heart (severe
respitory distress due to fluid
From a vet friend who has FeLV+ cats.
Sent: Sunday, April 26, 2009 9:31 AM
Subject: Re: Inteferon source
Hey, it took me eight months to locate an inexpensive source after Roche
stopped making Roferon. Compounding pharmacies want a fortune for it.
Karen, I have Feline Transfer Factor in powder form.
Should I be used the Transfer Factor Nano Plus instead? She is not FeLV+ but
is not a good eater.
Laurie (ps I can call if you would rather...)
That will give you about 330,000 doses, more than anyone would use in a
lifetime. This is assuming you have the space to freeze 3,300 small
containers before the final dilution. 8-)
Your email is so appreciated, and I think that you are right about the cardiac/
pleural effusion. I was going to listen to him as soon as I got back from a
run, but he's hidden where I can't reach him, until the next feeding time. I
will go to the site you recommended on the Transfer
Not a problem Karen. I get kitty assistance all the time on the computer.
--- On Sun, 4/26/09, Karen Griffith griff...@frognet.net wrote:
From: Karen Griffith griff...@frognet.net
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Wilson and I
Date: Sunday, April 26, 2009,
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