Re: [Felvtalk] Wolfie's bloodwork results/hemobart pos

2009-07-12 Thread wendy
Amy, It sounds like you have it under control and are doing the best you can, with your vet's and Belinda's wonderful help!  Wolfie is VERY lucky to have you looking out for him.  I bet you see great results with the doxy since his test came up positive for the hemobart (but I think it takes

[Felvtalk] Vit. B-comp/B12/Iron injections

2009-07-12 Thread Amy
Does anybody do these for their cats? My vet suggested it as a possibility for Wolfie. She said the vets on VIN recommended it (not sure if that meant specifically for cats with hemobart, anemia, or possible malabsorption problems). She said they are thought to sting but that it might be

Re: [Felvtalk] Vit. B-comp/B12/Iron injections

2009-07-12 Thread Belinda Sauro
PS. You can give the injections yourself. They usually give them once a week, any extra vit b is peed out it is a water soluble vit and extra is peed out. -- Belinda happiness is being owned by cats ... http://bemikitties.com http://BelindaSauro.com

Re: [Felvtalk] Vit. B-comp/B12/Iron injections

2009-07-12 Thread Belinda Sauro
Be careful with the iron injections, cats don't need much iron, maybe go with the vit b injections and the pet tinic for now and see how he does with that and the pred and doxy. -- Belinda happiness is being owned by cats ... http://bemikitties.com http://BelindaSauro.com

Re: [Felvtalk] Vit. B-comp/B12/Iron injections

2009-07-12 Thread Belinda Sauro
Yes I do give my cats vit b injections, in fact I have a bottle at the vets that I forgot to pick up today. Sometimes they notice sometimes they don't, it is said to sting but the tiny needle you use they can barely feel and you inject such a small amount by the time they notice a sting, if