I'm sorry to hear about your loss Gloria, tears fill my eyes as well as my FeLV
cat purrs next to me, it's hard to imagine that things can take a turn in a
minutes notice. I'm happy that the cat got to live a happy and filled life with
such a wonderful person/family such as yourself. It takes
Gloria you have such a warm heart to take care of these special kitties,my
heart aches with yours.I too know the pain of losing our sweet babies.Bless
We who choose to surround ourselves with lives more temporary
than our own,
Live within a fragile circle,easily and often
Gloria, I am so very sorry. Gentlest of Bridge vibes to Chloe, and hugs to
you. I am sure she is with all her friends who have gone before.
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Gloria B. Lane
If you see something under the chin, it could be chin acne, often mistaken
for flea dirt. Comes mostly from using porous feeding dishes...try using
only ceramic, stainless steel...There are many non-poisonous alternatives
against fleasthe cedar one is good. We use nematodes to spray around
www.cedarcide.com . The animal can be sprayed directly with no harm. All
kinds of natural products.
www.drgoodpet.com - Look under flea control - we use their product to spray
around the house so that no fleas can be brought inside and the cats can use
the outdoor enclosures safely. We use
Condolences on sweet Chloe's passing -- may her journey to The Beyond be
filled with bliss and love.
And may you find reward in caring for these wonderful little creatures.
- Original Message -
From: Gloria B. Lane gbl...@aristotle.net
To: Feline Leukemia
Thanks to everyone for the ideas, I will run them past my vet today and confirm
if he does have fleas or not. He eats from only stainless steel or ceramic
bowls but could have been bitten by something to cause the lump under his
chin. So far I've found natural flea products with neem oil,
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