Mirtazapine has been an amazing help for my cat too! He has struggled on
and off through the years with not eating enough. We call it the cranky
pill because it makes him meow loudly and demandingly in our faces for more
food. :) Luckily he's had a pretty healthy appetite and we only have to use
Do you have a reliable friend nearby who could do meds while you are at work?
I know it sounds crazy, but when Shallie's kittens were only days old, my boss
let me bring them and keep their basket under my desk so I could give them a
bottle when they were hungry. I was fortunate that he was
Can I make a suggestion which is something I would dearly love to do myself.
Why not house sit for others going on holidays, who have animals? You could
only accept jobs in the near vicinity, so you could pop back home and check on
your babies as needed. You could also charge different
Hi Ardy. I just discovered this information on line. I had no idea it was the
same stuff and you don’t need a prescription for it.
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Ardy
Sent: January-19-17 11:43 PM
I've donated to a number of "GoFundMe" (and other similar) campaigns, and also
donated directly with a paypal address. I dont know how either works really,
but if you set one up, please post a link here.
>From: ROBERT CHAPEL
I used LTCI when my 11 yo was first diagnosed. I believe it helped bring
him back from a very low point (anemia, anorexia, etc). He stayed on it for
about a year, then once he was stable I felt it wasn't worth the
continued cost, so we stopped.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2017 at 6:43 PM, Amani Oakley
I have a recollection of someone( or someone(s) in our forum mentioning
trying a " Go fund me " campaign for their cat(s) Was it at all
successful?? I am going to need to find some money if I am going to
keep my guys going as I really can't return to any kind of reasonable
I am SO happy to hear that Curly had a very positive response to
Mirtazapine albeit FAR in excess of anything I saw with my
Yogi. Nothing makes us happier here than to hear positive stories
about FeLV kitties responding positively to treatment.. I feel happy
You might want to invest in an inexpensive Mortar and Pestle ( available
in any Kitchen store if you don't already have one) they are quite
useful in grinding virtually any compressed pill into fine powder if you
spend a little extra time. I have one devoted to only pet meds and
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