Hi Can I ask you how you were able to find someone to adopt the cat? I have
been trying to adopt my female FELV pos cat out (Chloe) for about 3 months now
with no luck. Where does the gentleman live? I wonder if he would like to
have a buddy for the cat he just adopted? Dot
may a comforting presence hold you close.
Thank you for being a with-you-to-the-end ally and respectful, responsive
companion to Miller, a best beloved.
healing and laughter
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2011 19:39:41 -0700
good for you. they will be loved and that is one of the most important things
Cindy McHugh ci...@furangels.org wrote:
Thanks to everyone for their input on the smoking applicant! It's been a
difficult decision, but I've decided not to decline the applicant based
solely on the fact
I hav never run into anything like this, but will offer y prayers for both of
Marta Gasper marta.gas...@yahoo.com wrote:
I knew this list was someplace but couldn't find it..now I've.
I live in Nebraska and do cat rescue and TNR..the first time I came accross
the disease was last
I hope he has a happy and loving home..I've a friend that smokes and she has
two FeLV+ cats. There is no problem unless a cat develops a resp infection in
which case she should be in an smokeless room_like any other cat with
respiratory problems should be_ but other than that
I've never heard
Hope your kittens are doing ok, FIP is horrible to deal with.
Tiger is 5 years old, he'll get a PCR and other tests. I didn't check further
than the snap and a fecal just assuming that all would be FeLV related but you
are right better to take care of secondary infections
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