i have a male cat bout three yrs old whom recently gotten sick he started
vomininting on the second day i took him to the vet they said he had felv an
that there was nothin they could do he has no fever,he weights 8 pound. just
throwing up they say i will have to put him down or will soon have
No - don't give up on him. It's too early to make any decisions. Just because
the vet did one blood test that said he was FeLV positive that does not mean he
will stay that way. The test they do in the office is a first step. An
indicator that further testing is required. That's all. The
Actually, what I should have said was to find another vet. Find one that knows
more about FeLV and knows that it is not an automatic death sentence. Find one
that knows about the different types of tests and is open minded about FeLV and
“I am not interested to know whether
What are the other problems your cat has besides vomiting? I assume your vet
came to the conclusion that your kitty had to be put down b/c he tested
positive on an in office test? As you have heard that is unaceptable.
Or is your cat quite ill, lethargic, anemic, losing weight and is an in/out
Haven't heard lately how Dublin is doing. Putting Him on my prayer list. From
experience, it really does work.
Anne Myles anne.my...@uni.edu wrote:
Well I got surprisingly good news when I stopped at the vet around 5:00!
Dublin is calmer, he drank and ate well, AND his pupils are
I agree, don't give up on him and get another vet's opinion. Did your vet do
any tests to determine the cause? My Casey was upchucking 3 feet from her food
bowl. All I had to do was switch from Hill's food to Blue Buffalo whic has no
corn, wheat or soy in it and she is doing great now.
I haven't followed this line but ...he may just need a course
of pepcid. I have perfectly healthy cats who need this at times. And
I have had to change their diets because the food was too rich or
there was something that just didn't agree with them. If someone put
me down every
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