Sherry, I was saddened to read aobut Bitzer. At least he was loved and cared
for. Gentle hugs
--- On Wed, 1/20/10, Sherry DeHaan sherryd...@yahoo.com wrote:
From: Sherry DeHaan sherryd...@yahoo.com
Subject: [Felvtalk] Bitzer Please add to the CLS :(
Three months ago, my cat, LG, was first treated for fluid
buildup in his lungs. He went nine weeks before needing
to have that fluid drained again. Now, it seems that we
are having it done every four or five days.
LG is on prednisolone and Salix (diuretic to help slow the
Is he on any lasix or spirnolactone, he should be on one or both?
happiness is being owned by cats ...
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On 22 Jan 2010 at 18:15, Belinda Sauro wrote:
Is he on any lasix or spirnolactone, he should be on
one or both?
He's on Salix- which is the same class of diuretic. Another
member wrote off list about a combo of stuff that she
used to get her young cat well after having the exact
Fred's fluid build up was in his lungs I think pleural effusion is
outside of the lungs. Fred's was congestive heart failure. He was on
lasix alone at first and it didn't seem to be helping so I added the
spirnolactone, that made all the difference almost immediately. Once I
James, here is the Readers Digest version of my sweet Albert's issues:
1/07 dx severe periodontal disease
2/07 dx advances CRF, anemia
3/07 went into CHF and dx with severe HCM
He was getting daily sub q fluids for his kidneys and daily lasix (same as
salix) for his heart. His various vets gave
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