I am so very sorry for your loss. I know you know how lucky Destiny was to have
you caring so much for her.
From: Felvtalk [mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of
Marilyn Knapp Litt
Sent: June-24-17 12:34 AM
I would be very interestes in doxy results stopping viruses. Working at a
shelter I have seen plenty of chronic herpes.
On Jun 24, 2017 9:36 AM, "Ardy Robertson" wrote:
> Thanks Amani - I am also very intrigued by Doxycycline being able to, I
> believe you said - possibly
I'm so sorry Marilyn . Destiny sounds like a sweet and wonderful kitty cat. You
certainly are s great guardian for your furry felines.
- Original Message -
From: "Ardy Robertson"
Sent: Saturday, June 24, 2017 9:27:33 AM
This pain you are experiencing is because she was so loved and left a huge hole
in your heart.
She is forever in your memory-protected treasure beyond words, I am so sorry
and sad for you!
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> On Jun 23, 2017, at 11:03 PM, Amani Oakley
Prayer does a lot, I know. I was supposed to die over 12 years ago from 4th
> I agree about Preventing Stress whenever we can!
> I've chosen _not knowing_ for sure just because of that very thing - (stress
> of vet visits &
I am so sorry for your loss. I know how difficult it must be.
I am curious though about what type of Felv test you had done. There is the
Elisa test which is usually done in house and the IFA test which is done via a
blood test at a lab and is supposed to be more accurate. I have
I have no idea. Was the test result wrong initially? My current vet thinks
she was born with it or had it when we found her at 2 months. I would
advise all cats be tested; people need to know if their cat needs extra
care, but I am glad we did not know. Had we known, we would not have kept
The record does not specify the type of test done initially. The most
recent test was done in house and a drop of blood was put in a solution to
change color. It was very hard to see that it was positive. The vet thought
it was negative, but a tech pointed out a faint blue line that meant
I agree about Preventing Stress whenever we can!
I've chosen _not knowing_ for sure just because of that very thing - (stress of
vet visits & testing) especially with the testing results being of question.
I deep massage from head to toe - he loves his belly & chest, under his
forelegs, toes -
Destiny sounds like she was such a beautiful kitty -- I'm happy she
didn't have to suffer more.
I am curious though - you said she tested negative for FeLV, and then had
the vaccine and boosters, not exposed to FeLV outside. What more could a pet
owner do! (I hate FeLV!!)
Thanks Amani - I am also very intrigued by Doxycycline being able to, I believe
you said - possibly stop the FeLV virus from replicating. Is this being studied
and tested by vets, schools, etc.?
I also through it was said that the cannibas oil stopped the herpes virus of
cold sores - my word -
Marilyn I send you my deepest empathy for Destiny and her crossing the
On Jun 24, 2017 12:33 AM, "Marilyn Knapp Litt"
> Just wanted to give you kind souls an update on my sweet Destiny. I
> helped her cross the bridge last week, just a
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