I would consider trying pred and doxy too. My cat is nonregenerative (has been
since at least Sept). His HCT isn't that low but while trying to find out why
he was anemic, he did test positive for hemobart. I had lost a cat to anemia a
few months before. He was completely fine and then
All kidney issue cats that become anemic are non regenerative and get
epogen, it saves their lives. I know he isn't a kidney issues kitty but
non regenerative is non regenerative!!
happiness is being owned by cats ...
Doxy is one of the best drugs for a kitty with possible
hemobartonella which positive kitties seem very susceptible to. There
are other drugs in the tetrocycline family but doxy is the one usually
used. There is another one that is used, it starts with an *I*, I can't
remember the name of
PS. Doxy tastes bad so you have to make sure they don't get a taste of
it or they will be impossible to pill.
It took me a while to get the hang of pilling my furkids, Fred was
really bad and hard to pill, but one day I just stopped thought about
how I have seen the vet do (always so easy
That's great news, she knew you needed someone ... and they needed you!!
happiness is being owned by cats ...
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And this will freak you out. I met someone on Saturday who has a friend who's a
full-time psychic. I emailed him about Bridget and his response to me was this:
Bridget said she left to make room for someone else to come into your life -
perhaps even a new child. I always referred to her as my
Animal Communications works..honest. Don't be freaked out about
it. And they will talk to you if you let them.
On Mar 22, 2010, at 12:02 PM, LauraM wrote:
And this will freak you out. I met someone on Saturday who has a
friend who's a full-time psychic. I emailed him about Bridget and
My Kong has nonregen anemia and the FeLV has spread to his bone marrow. He
is 3, and was diagnosed about 6 months ago. When I first took him to the
vet, his rbc count was 7%. He had two blood transfusions, which helped
immensely. Depending upon what your finances are like, maybe you could check
Right now they are both on the pred steroids. I called the vet today and she
said they were both negative for the hemobartonella. So when she orignally put
Brillo on doxy for a day it was before she got the negative test result for the
hemo and had me take him off because of that result and
I actually believe there are those who have cultivated the ability we
all had as children to communicate with everything on this earth, most
of us have forgotten how or been told it isn't possible. I have a few
such special people in my life and get great comfort when I am
The hemobartonella test is very, very hard to get a positive result
on, it has to be taken at the precise moment the bugs are acting up or
it will give a negative result. I know more than one cat that was
positive but tested negative 4 or 5 times before they finally caught
it. Those cats
How wonderful! And what lucky kitty :)
There have been several times I have been mysteriously led to do things I
wouldn't normally do it has ended in a rescue.
Dont Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org
--- On Sat, 3/20/10, LauraM hingebacktorto...@yahoo.com wrote:
When I called they said they tested for the parasites that cause the hemo.
They didn't tell me the name of the test. I looked at the paperwork and it
says they did a Hematocrit (PCV) and Complete Blood Count (CBC). All of these
tests and information is new to me because my last vet gave up
I haven't read too many of your list posts, but I ran onto one while googling
for sanctuary options and wondered if somone on the list could provide me with
more information about Snowball's placement in the Second Chance Meow in Reno.
I have a 5-6 month old kitten who has
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