I am so sorry about Chloe, Laura. I lost Celery 2 weeks ago. He went from
healthy to dead in a week. I had made an appointment to have him euthanized on
a Wednesday morning. Our appointment was at 3 PM. He went downhill in just
those few hours. I put him in the car, got him to the vet's ten
That's not true. Cats can contract it even when their immuun system is
strong. They just don't get sick from right away. So healthy cats can also
get it. I would be very carefull with the things your cat used!
2010/11/7 Gloria Lane gbl...@aristotle.net
Im so aorry for your loss. My vet said
I don't know how many of you are on Facebook, but a friend of mine shared this
photo album of a homeless tortie and white kitty in NYC:
I am NOT talking about THAT salve at all! If anyone would like to know
about the one that I am writing about, please contact me privately. Natalie
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of designercats
It's true that healthy cats can get it, but since it needs a host to survive
does not last outside the body, there is no need to start throwing things out.
Fears like this are what make people so scared of FeLV cats why vets
routinely euthanize them. I would never discard something just
I am not talking about discarding anything! I was talking about disinfecting
everything properly before using it for other cats! Yes, the virus needs a
host but it does survive outside the body for a couple of hours, not even
mentioning the secondary bacterial, viral and fungal infections a Felv
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I did read that and my friend's cat had 2 of the depo and she was nervous about
him developing diabetes. How long before your Tabby developed it? Right away?
I'm sorry about that.
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2010 22:37:57 +
From: Michelle Brockman
Thank you. I will check into the group. Did you have success with the
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2010 15:15:01 -0800
From: designercats designerc...@hotmail.com
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Eosinophilic granuloma in Spanky's nasal
So glad that you have the other three to help ease your hurt. Thank you for
sharing images of the joy you two experienced. Paws on the face is one of the
most 'human things they do, and is such a personal expression from them to us.
In response, who hasn't munched down on those
Hi, everyone - is there anyone in CT or tri-state area who could foster
little Herman? Picture available but I cannot send it unless someone wants
to see it privately - he's very, very cute. See note at bottom - Thank
you - Natalie
From: KARIN WESTBROOK
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