Hello all, I've been lurking but haven't introduced myself yet. (I will
Was reading up and wanted to pass on some info regarding file sharing. You
might want to consider using an online service to share files . Would make
it easier I think. One is called https://www.dropbox.com/ which is
Well actually dandelion has some nice therapeutic benefits. And they
MIGHt consent to cheese. But I've never had one consent to hot sauce!
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On Apr 16, 2010, at 11:20 PM, MaryChristine
c'mon, gloria, tell me you wouldn't try it, too, if
Thanks, Mary Christine for all your tips and info! Yes, Ring-around-the-worm
is no fun! I've been using tea tree soaps, shampoos and the oil itself, and
also taking lots of olive leaf just in case. can't hurt!
--- On Sat, 4/17/10, MaryChristine twelvehousec...@gmail.com wrote:
that's interesting, I might have to get some to have on hand. (or on paw!) He
runs from the smell of golden seal and he won't sit still enough for the
gentian violet I bought - seeing that it's so purple and he's so wiggly, I
haven't just tried to get what I could on him, for fear I would end
This is my first post. 5 of 7 of my inner circle tested positive for feline
leukemia using the more reliable test (per the vet). She advised 1 ml of
acylovir twice a week plus 1 ml Hy-Vite drops twice a week.
The following caught my attention: I know that they put cats on
I did a little searching and found a more detailed paper on what was done
with these few cats using antioxidant therapy and resulting change in viral
status to negative. I copied and pasted it.
In vivo testing was performed to demonstrate the startling effectiveness of
I've just joined your list and have what might be an odd, maybe even really
odd, question. I looked through the archives a bit but couldn't find a similar
thread, so I apologize if there has been and I missed it.
I work for a program that provides support (food pantry, vet vouchers,
Diane, eating litter is a classic sign of anemia. Here is the link to a Yahoo
Anemia is common with FeLV+ kitties. Your client could try adding some Super B
Complex, B12 and folic acid to the kitty's food.
--- On Sat,
The cat is eating litter because it's anemic. A cat I rescued used to eat
litter too. He would also lick the ground a lot. Then one day he just stopped
eating and wouldn't move. I took him to the vet and found out that he was
severely anemic and felv+.
--- On Sat, 4/17/10, Diane
Good for you for being there to help those very lucky clients of yours! One
of the things you might think about is the UAN Lifeline grants... they
can't always help, but its always worth asking...
There's also the AAHA Helping Pets Fund
Almost all cats I know that do this are anemic. She should get her
to the vet and have blood work done specifically looking for anemia and
hemobartonella a virus positives are very prone to get, it comes from
fleas and even if the test is negative I would start the cat on
Thank you for this information, could you provide a reference, so I could
review the original work?
I'd also like to strongly caution that even though something looks really good
in a research article, it doesn't mean it is effective or even safe, especially
when it involves animal testing for
Yes that should be added along with iron, all of these can be found
this is the best palce I have found to buy this.
BUT if the anemia is because of hemobatonella this will not help,
Is it true that the felv vaccine can cause a cat to turn positive in the future?
I heard this from a friend and it shocked me because another friend has a
healthy cat who received her felv vaccine and booster last year. All her pets
are indoor and outdoor animals. She has 1 cat and two dogs.
I have never heard this before and have had FELV cats since 2003, and
read up on it, used to more than I do now. I seriously doubt if
there's any truth to it at all. Perhaps they're getting mixed up with
the FIV vaccine causing a cat to TEST positive for FIV (not turn
The patent office website says the patent for this has been abandoned (they
didn't pay the fee to keep it an active patent). What I find really strange
about this is that if it is such an effective treatment - why did they
abandon a patent that could make them a fortune?
My one feral loses his hair sometimes then it grows back.
One of my FeLV babies took months to grow her hair back where she was shaved
when she was spade. I think it is just a result of the depressed immune system.
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