Are you suer he doesn't mean cancer and not FeLV?
This is when he told me her lymphocytes have dramatically increased just since
the last workup a couple weeks ago. He is convinced she has circulating
happiness is being owned by cats ...
It sounds like you have been through alot. It also sounds to me like your
little one has lymphoma although the specifics of the bloodwork would be
more telling. Did your vet happen to do a feline leukemia virus test? This
virus can cause lymphomas and leukemias but lymphomas and
Lisa, I have a cat who was diagnosed w/stomatitis. She had stopped eating a
few different times and would cry sometimes when she ate. The vet didn't
recommend a teeth cleaning because of her age. I started giving her
Petzlife oral gel twice a day for at least a month -- just rubbed it on her
Thanks for the advice so far.
My vet did not do a leukemia test that I know of. This last time I think he
just did a CBC. Because her lymphocyte count had jumped from 25,000 to 38,000 I
guess he assumes she has leukemia/lymphoma. He did send the blood to a
university hospital but I
One would think there would be treatment, but to be honest, most researchers
aren't that interested in curing cat illnesses. Usually their discoveries
are a result of trying to find cures in human medicine.
Anyway, a lymphocyte count that high (38,000) is really suggestive of a
It really helped Dixie Louise. I just put it in her mouth and she did
the rubbing with her tongue.
On May 2, 2010, at 1:12 PM, Tracey Shrout wrote:
Lisa, I have a cat who was diagnosed w/stomatitis. She had stopped
few different times and would cry sometimes when she ate. The vet
Thanks for the info on the vitamins. Can I get the vitamin C and add it to her
food as well? This vet only offered me two suggestions. The meds I mentioned
and chemo. No way could I afford chemo treatments unfortunately. If I could
give Kia something natural while not being
Any chance of finding another vet???
Re chemo: That is what the experts wanted to do to the Royal Princess
Kitty Katt for cancer. I talked to her regular vets and we decided
that the chemo would take an awful toll on Kitty, making her
miserable. We opted to do nothing. This is what I
A friend wants to know if this is a real legit cure for FELV. Have you heard
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Probably the best approach to the vitamins is to do cod liver oil - nordic
natural pet cod liver oil. It contains the fish oil, vitamin A and Vitamin
D. You can order this online or get it from pretty much any holistic vet.
I believe the dosage is one quarter teaspoon daily, but check
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