Annie had been diagnosed FELV and I had her spayed. Just because he is
diagnosed FELV does not mean it is active in his body, he could just be a
carrier. Annie is now 9, going on 10, lives with 3 other cats not FELV and her
only problems are her hang up from her previous life.
I feel for you and your frustration, but I would first get him neutered, that
will help. Then a black light and Fission, it kills the smell. He is going
back to the places he sprayed before and if he cannot smell, he might just pass
that spot by. It is work and it depends on your love for
Figaro has appointment Mon afternoon now. All the Z's protocol, retesting &
neutering will get addressed SOON =~D
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That’s so weird. I have used Revolution, and it gets rid of the ear mites with
a single application.
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May be asking for THAT on Monday. I just pray his neutering is in the very
On Mar 4, 2017 8:19 PM, "Amani Oakley" wrote:
> That’s so weird. I have used Revolution, and it gets rid of the ear mites
> with a single application.
The demodex gatoi ! Figaro would very likely NOT have gotten the parasite
if the FeLV wasn't present.
Still working on that & ear mites- oral ivermectin every other day and a
topical product meant to be used once/ mo Vet said to apply every 2 wks for
approx 6 wks. Ear mites are quite stubborn,
Good. Just be persistant and dilligent. Cats with Fel V take a little
longer than most.
On Mar 4, 2017 6:18 PM, "Jennifer Olson" wrote:
> The demodex gatoi ! Figaro would very likely NOT have gotten the parasite
> if the FeLV wasn't present.
> Still working on that & ear
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