We recently rescued a half starved female cat who was outside in
bitterly cold weather and being chased by dogs! She is now in the
large isolation room at my private shelter where she is gaining
weight and looks just great. I want to get her shots, and have her
tested for FelV, but wondered how
I know that it is suggested that after a cat is first tested for FIV/FeLV,
it should be done again in 3 months. Unfortunately, that's something that
most rescues cannot afford to do...not just cost, but keeping a cat isolated
for three months. It also depends on when a cat might have been
Isaac would have been 3 years young on 4.14. He tested positive along with 4
others of my inner circle of seven on 3.1.2010. I did not test further but put
efforts into food and supplements.
Isaac was big (not fat) black, neutered and active and appeared healthy and
Leona Jean is the FIV female who came to my patio on Thanksgiving Day. I have
written of her before and was graciously advised to check out the FIV group.
Her upper respiratory symptoms are back - - the worst since she presented.
Leona Jean is now having a little goop in the corners of her
you can contact the Nevada humane society at 775-856-2000 and ask for the help
desk they can contact volunteers that might help in Nevada and close in to the
Second Chance Meows
A FeLV Sanctuary
From: Kelley Saveika moonv...@gmail.com
I have to say, that's impressive, to have a help desk at the humane
On Feb 20, 2011, at 8:15 PM, Second Chance Meows wrote:
you can contact the Nevada humane society at 775-856-2000 and ask
for the help desk they can contact volunteers that might help in
I am in Ohio so can't help you that way but would strongly recommend
you get Leona Jean on L-Lysine. I cannot tell you exactly what it is
or how it does what it appears to do but I am sure some of the others
can fill you in.
I have two cats that are FIV positive and have had them on
You can also get lysine in powder form to mix in water.
It helps suppress eye herpes and many respiratory issues.
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On Feb 20, 2011, at 9:57 PM, katskat1 katsk...@gmail.com wrote:
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We thought she was the survivor-She is the last of the litter of 5 kittens we
caught in Oct 2008. Her 4 brothers passed in 2009, a month apart. She made it
2 years, now 2 1/2tonight I felt a lump on the left side of her neck.
am hoping our vet is open tomorrow. She is not
The problem is that Google maps says it is 1,796 miles and probably at least
1,000 of that is before they get to Nevada. That's why I was looking for
someone experienced in setting up transports, which I am not. I have
someone to drive the first out of what, 18-30ish legs? I
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