I've got Sam here at my house.. he's not going anywhere unless it's a
REALLY good foster home, indoor only of course. Right now he's
snoozing! I kept thinking about a kid's book, or documentary film,
called Sam's Adventure, or Finding Sam, or something!
On Jun 5, 2005, at 10:03 AM, Nina
Thanks, Joan - I was amazed. Friday I was discouraged, Saturday he
turned up. Even Saturday evening we were planning on coming back
Sunday morning. It was ... amazing.
On Jun 6, 2005, at 6:07 AM, Doljan, Joan wrote:
I am so glad. I kept waiting for this email from you
with neurological problems, I'd definitely wonder about the flea
stuff and talk to the vet about it. Good luck - Gloria
On Jun 6, 2005, at 9:12 AM, Barbara Lowe wrote:
...did you tell the vet you gave the flea stuff?
so sorry this is happening.
- Original Message -
Hey - I was doing meditations also, like you wrote me about. That
fellow Sam sure gave us a scare... and some exercise. It took him a
few hours to sidle up to his old pal Blue, once he got to my house,
but now they're buddies again. He's a little skittish - when
strangers come in or
I agree, this is a great group - you're so right, some of the groups
are very stringent, with hard-nosed moderators, and it's hard to say
things and get answers.
Thank you for being here!
On Jun 9, 2005, at 4:43 PM, Hideyo Yamamoto wrote:
I know people on this list make a lot of
Wonder what she's feeding him and if he's eating ok? Right, I agree,
vet is in order.
On Jun 9, 2005, at 5:49 PM, Hideyo Yamamoto wrote:
I have a colleague who has a 12 year old boy kitty recently he
started going bathroom (both 1 2) all over the house other than
I think there are several, but the list I'm on is sickcats at
On Jun 9, 2005, at 8:47 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
In a message dated 6/9/2005 8:35:50 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
many clinics have help funds too
And there IS another group
What have you dont for Sebastion that's helped him, do you think?
I'm SO GLAD that he's doing better.
On Jun 9, 2005, at 9:21 PM, JENNIFER RATLIFF wrote:
Sebastian has been doing alot better. His hind legs are getting a
little stronger. I am still looking for a good vet that has
Very insightful, you guys! Gloria
On Jun 9, 2005, at 10:11 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Here's the link Nina sent to me. ALL kinds of financial help for pets:
I, too, am thinking blockage... not something anything should have
I've wondered where folks get the idea that they donate cats to our
group also ... Gloria
On Jun 10, 2005, at 12:24 PM, TenHouseCats wrote:...
we were NOT asking
people to donate their cats to us (tho people would call and say they
wanted to do just that; funny, cats was NEVER on our
Go to http://www.belfield.com/home.html and click on the magazine
link. He has links for products and that's where they are.
On Jun 11, 2005, at 11:49 AM, Nina wrote:
Thanks Gloria, do you know if the B complex liquid was really
unpleasant tasting? I like to sup my IBD cat Gypsy
Well, that's not what I've heard - have heard that IO is more of a
match for the natural cat's interferon. Course you probably know
that you can't always trust your vet 100% of the time, even if you
generally like him/her.
But - Tally was always a big supporter of IA and I've come to
So what's the status of the two 17 yr old healthy cats?
On Jun 10, 2005, at 9:35 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
In a message dated 6/10/2005 10:32:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
Didn't notice where he is located but could possibly arrange to fly
... and how gradual
can it be increased ... and the maximum dose during an URI?
- Original Message -
From: Gloria Lane
Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2005 4:40 PM
Subject: Re: Supplements - Grace
Go to http://www.belfield.com/home.html and click
I think it was sold for dogs with Parvo before it ever caught on for
On Jun 11, 2005, at 9:58 PM, catatonya wrote:
This is promising news!!!
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I will certainly add Grace to my prayers - hope she ok soon.
I will try to answer the questions recently
in powder form? did I
read that correctly? And its daily right?
Thank you, kristi
From: Gloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: 2005/06/12 Sun PM 07:40:47 EDT
Subject: Re: Vitamin C questions
Hey there Del! Good point - absolutely, it can cause diarrhea in
Isn't FIP a mutation of one of the corona viruses based on the cats
own genetic makeup, or something like that?
On Jun 12, 2005, at 9:55 PM, catatonya wrote:
I think they are saying now that it's really not that 'catchy'
because it's caused by a corona virus that most cats are or
Yes, that's usually what I do - no problems that I can recall...
On Jun 13, 2005, at 9:51 AM, Del Daniels wrote:
Did you begin with 250 mg Vitamin C without kitty having diarrhea?
- Original Message -
From: Gloria Lane
Sent: Sunday, June 12
but the viruses. there are many
corona viruses (kind of like breeds of cats) and every once in a
while there is mutation (kind of like double paws). michelle really
gets this one.. an I in the right track michelle?
I'm so glad! They can pop back when you least expect it! Best of
luck, I know it's hard. Gloria
On Jun 14, 2005, at 7:50 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
i gave him torb 1mg last night (for some relief of his discomfort
and mild sedation)and it defiantely helped with
i'm so sorry about Thorne, she was so young, but so lucky to have a
loving home with you.
According to my rumor mill, if they make it to 5, they're doing
pretty good. My last two died between 2 and 3 years of lymphoma.
That seems to be a critical age. There's something about
There's a lady near Oklahoma City looking for an FELV companion.
I'll look up her email address.
On Jun 14, 2005, at 11:32 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I received a post from a friend in Texas can anyone help with this
If so please email me off list for an contact. I am
And, as I recall, cats can only get the parasite that causes toxo by
eating raw meat - such as outdoor cats eating mice.
On Jun 14, 2005, at 12:20 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I can't stress enough that FeLV is *not* transmissable to humans
(pregnant or not)!!
Thanks, Hideyo, good information -
On Jun 14, 2005, at 6:17 PM, Hideyo Yamamoto wrote:
I am so sorry for your loss
When a cat is tested positive for FeLV, I read that there are
different scenarios and I am copying the article below: Please
know that there is a good chance that
Cats apparently initially acquire it if they eat raw meat, although
they can (less common) acquire it in utero - Once they acquire it by
eating raw meat - then it goes to the litter box. But I could not
find that other cats acquire it from the litter box. Perhaps so, I
Yes! Susan and I are looking for a lost cat (again) - Smokey, a
Siamese cat. It's in a wooded area, nice residential area, but backs
up on the woods near the freeway. We want to know if he's alive and
where to look. Should I email you privately?
On Jun 15, 2005, at 1:49 PM,
A beautiful kitty!
On Jun 18, 2005, at 10:01 AM, Jenn wrote:
Hi everyone, I finally got a pic of Bones for you all. Thanks to
everyone for their support. She is doing GREAT! Sorry for the OT
post, but I knew everyone would want to see her:
I agree - it's typical for kitties to have eye problems and diarrhea
problems, whether or not they carry the FELV virus.
Options - keep her in 1 room for a while, try W/D cat food from the
vet, along with flagyl (from the vet). If that doesn't work, try
plain human chicken; or try
As I understand, there are human juveniles that do that too...and
it's considered normal!
On Jun 18, 2005, at 2:31 PM, TenHouseCats wrote:
there are even diapers for kitties, too, if the problem is
chronic--there are a lot of cats around who are full of life and love,
just can't control
WONDERFUL WONDERFUL WONDERFUL! Congrats! Gloria
On Jun 20, 2005, at 12:23 PM, Hideyo Yamamoto wrote:
Thank you SOOO much everyone for sending George and
myself a positive energy and prayer!!
I finally CAUGHT George last night – I tell you it was one of the
I've always had trouble getting my cats to eat Wellness.Gloria
On Jun 21, 2005, at 11:54 AM, MacKenzie, Kerry N. wrote:
Does anyone have any opinion on the quality of Royal Canin dry cat
food v. eg Wellness (or for that matter the new Evo)? My vet was
extolling its and the
I just tried Eagle Pack, but again, having trouble getting my guys to
eat it! Any suggestions?
On Jun 21, 2005, at 12:51 PM, tamara stickler wrote:
Personally speaking, my cats did better on Wellness than Royal
Canin. They like(d) both tho. I now feed Eagle Pack
meat by-products, or veggies, but it does have rice
flour and guar gum.
Gloria Lane wrote:
I just tried Eagle Pack, but again, having trouble getting my guys
to eat it! Any suggestions?
On Jun 21, 2005, at 12:51 PM, tamara stickler wrote:
Personally speaking, my
Michelle, in my experience hospitals are scarey places - have been
there with various loved ones at times during the last 15 years.
Witnessed too many mistakes...Gloria
On Jun 24, 2005, at 6:28 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
... to hear what goes on is scary - I don't want my family on
My Lancelot also has cruddy itchy ears... Gloria
On Jul 5, 2005, at 11:13 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
My Snowball, who had FIV, always had cruddy itchy ears. Simon
always had black stuff in his ears too. I think some immune-
compromised cats get that. It was not earmites for them.
OK - I already asked the vet about it - and for some reason she ruled
out lymphoma. Can't remember why she gave me Zeniquin, but the other
options I mentionedt o her were Cyclosporin and Zithromax. Have to
research those. Lancelot is better but he's not right. Wondering if
I would just say, briefly, - processed food loses vitamins; also
illnesses that are helped by specific nutrients. Gloria
On Jul 7, 2005, at 9:36 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I know this is probably a stupid question, but I'm gonna ask
anyway..Cats in the wild eat an all meat diet without
Are you saying that she's feral? Or is she a stray? Is it a light
positive, or a strong positive?
On Jul 11, 2005, at 3:58 PM, maimaipg wrote:
I had a cat tested for FeLV a few weeks ago and she came back
positive. We will retest soon. She is about a year old, maybe
Hmmm - well, if the kitten tests positive for FELV, then he has the
virus. I think it's an antigen test isn't it, not antibodies, for
the office Elisa test. But as I understand, his little immune system
could still throw the virus off, as you said. He should be tested
again. I really
Are you in Rochester, NY?
On Jul 12, 2005, at 7:38 AM, Amy Wilkins wrote:
Just got a call from my vet about a female torti that
she found at her barn that tested FIV+. She is
willing to give me til the end of the day to see if we
can find anybody that might be interested in taking
I'd written about my problems with Lancelot - my little mostly white
kitty - he had the slight sniffles, red swollen face and eyes, face
and neck starting to itch. Weird. His nose was stopped up, he looked
miserable. He was starting to scratch bloody places on his neck.
Took him to my
Wow, congratulations. That's something to be thankful for! Gloria
On Jul 20, 2005, at 2:18 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I was going to wait to post on the actual day...but since the list
little slow (and because I couldn't wait to announce it) :) ...Our
boys, Sleepypants and Ewok,
It's probably a good idea to give your location to the list - where
Best of luck,
On Jul 25, 2005, at 11:08 AM, Stephanie E Caldwell wrote:
My FELV+ kitty is looking for a new home. I'm not in a position to
give him what he needs. My family doesn't especially enjoy cats,
That address doesn't work... could you resend it? Thanks -
On Sep 7, 2005, at 12:08 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
We are looking for homes for 2 FELV+ cats http://FELVadopt.html
They may be in euthanized if we cant find homes for them. They're
very loving cats. Thank you for your time.
How frustrating! Just wondering if you've started giving them
interferon - I use that for my FELV kitties - also I have some
vitamin stuff from Dr. Belfield (belfield.com) that they say is good
for mouth sores - I don't know, I got it for something else, but
worth a try.
Sheila, I am so sorry. I know that beautiful Bubba will always be in
your heart. He sounds like such a special wonderful kitty. Sending
all my good wishes for your healing.
On Sep 7, 2005, at 10:56 AM, MacKenzie, Kerry N. wrote:
It sounds like Bubba had a lot to teach us
Oops - sorry, I haven't been keeping up. I have the carrier now, and
the contact info of the couple who rigged it up (she was on the board
of the humane society, he's an engineer).
If you're near me, you're welcome to it, and I'll drive it part way -
if not email/call them and they can
Where are you in Mississippi?
On Sep 21, 2005, at 1:39 PM, Julie wrote:
I volunteer for a group in Mississippi that rescues feral and
domesticated cats and does TNR or adopts them out. I am the main
foster home because I have a really big basement. Yesterday, I had
5 foster cats test
Nina, my heart goes out to you, I am so sorry for your pain. These
are such difficult, important, and soul-searching questions. I can
only answer of course from my own experience, but want to mention
that homeopathy also has ways of supporting the one who is about to
pass on, so you
Agreed - Cornell U. could do much better.
On Oct 15, 2005, at 4:12 PM, Chris wrote:
The only thing I don’t like about the Cornell site is that they
have not updated their overview information to reflect current
protocols. They still say you have to wait at least 30 days to use
Also, homeopathic Nux Vomica is often helpful, again, depending on
the symptoms. And there are some homeopathic combo remedies for
diarrhea that I like.
On Oct 16, 2005, at 8:58 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Also she can try Slippery Elm, either sprinkle powder over food, or
Thanks, Tracy. Like I said, I'd never heard of it. I'll call the
vet sometime, and see what he says (if I can get to talk with him...)
Meanwhile, I'll stick with my interferon alpha.
On Oct 17, 2005, at 11:04 AM, Tracy Weese wrote:
My only experience with a FeLV+
Right, it's a hard lesson. But I can understand - people do put so
much - too much - trust in vets and organizations that provide care
for pets. It's too bad we can't hold vets/orgs. accountable in some
way. Very sad.
On Oct 19, 2005, at 3:52 AM, maimaipg wrote:
This poor lady.
Angels Gate - eastern Long Island, www.angelsgate.org - I don't
know anything about it - if you can find a small place, that might be
good, but if not might be worth a shot to try them.
On Oct 27, 2005, at 4:14 AM, Terri Brown wrote:
Hmm, I don't know if there's one on Long
It's such a shame what some vets do. I kind of hope you told them why.
On Nov 1, 2005, at 4:26 PM, Dudes wrote:
When I was checking out at my vets office after she saw little orange
Cotton, the tech who checked me out told me how they acquired a
litter of 10
kittens at the office.
I totally agree - have mixed + and - with no problems.
On Nov 2, 2005, at 4:19 PM, Nina wrote:
If you ask a vet about mixing + with -, they will tell you not to
do it. Why wouldn't they? It's not their household, the safest
course of action is to keep them apart. Actually,
Well, the virus is very flimsy, as I understand it, the contagion is
not high (like a URI). It is generally supposed to be contagious
thru food and water, but I've mixed my felv+ and - cats for long
periods of time, with them sharing food dishes, and no problem. Hope
that's some comfort.
OK thanks - thats not quite as overwhelming. Although it's starting
to sounds like we all have it.
On Nov 6, 2005, at 6:35 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
When I said we all, I meant my cats and me!
In a message dated 11/5/2005 1:57:32 P.M. Central Standard Time,
Nancy, that's GREAT! Good for you!
On Nov 6, 2005, at 5:11 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Crissy, in my opinion, Frito and Emilio should
stay in their home! I personally have 16 cats, 3
of whom are positive now and several others in
the past who have sadly lost the battle. All
I don't vaccinate my negs - They have had vacs a long time back, but
they're healthy and indoor, so I don't do vacs.
On Nov 7, 2005, at 9:03 AM, MacKenzie, Kerry N. wrote:
Belinda, Gloria, Nina, Kerrywhat I don't know about the cats
involved (in accidentally eating the
Wow, glad to hear he's hanging in there and that his gums are pink -
and glad to hear that you had a break in Corpus Christi!
On Nov 7, 2005, at 10:23 AM, wendy wrote:
I hope your weekend was a relaxing one. I did manage
to relax in Corpus Christi some, which I needed.
I don't know where my vet got it - think from someone who works at
the local university med center. But it's just a flexible plastic
tube, about 6 or 8 inches. It has one end that allows me to fit it
on the syringe. And the other end is for the needle. I think it's
aactually called an
Think that's what I'd do!
On Nov 7, 2005, at 2:11 PM, wendy wrote:
I wouldn't think they could take them away from you;
rather, that they give you ample time to place them in
other homes. But if it was me, and I hope I don't
offend anyone by saying this, if they told me I had to
Hey Ken - just wondering if you found another vet... Also, there are
some other options - have you used interferon alpha? I give that
every day to my kitties. Hope Max is doing well. I'm sending good
thoughts and prayers for you two.
On Nov 7, 2005, at 1:40 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED]
There all over, unfortunately...
On Nov 7, 2005, at 10:06 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
I believe the vet I worked for was an idiot. Sorry to scare anyone.
What's REALLY scary, is that she is most likely STILL in business
down in Tennessee.
No, just happened to see this on PurringPixie - well, we do hear
occasionally. I know of a situation here in Little Rock where
someone complained, but they weren't that heavy handed.
I know of a situation in San Antonio also (thru another mailing list)
where a neighbor
Just what I was thinking - a humidifier. I also use a homeopathic
treatment for nosebleed - Arnica. Either liquid or tiny little
pills, Works well.
On Nov 18, 2005, at 10:19 AM, Barb Moermond wrote:
I would get a humidifier going and, if you can get him to sit in
Thanks, Terri, Del, Michelle, Kerry and all - Lancelot was a sweet
little guy. I really appreciate your kind words and thoughts.
Didn't see this forwarded from the [FeLVPositiveCats] list - wanted
to make sure it got out on the list - rescuer has space for an FELV
kitty in New York. Contact [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Begin forwarded message:
From: katjam4 [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: November 21, 2005 7:34:54 PM CST
Just getting back to reading some of the msgs, Nina - Thanks so much
- I like the part about keeping our heads and educating, I know what
Regarding kitten deaths - certainly I don't know, but I do know that
I've had my share of deaths in the fall, and I think part of that is
Hi Rebecca, that's so wonderful that you found Brooklyn, or rather he
found you! Just wanted to send a short note to say check into giving
him interferon - it's low-dose oral interferon. After my first
losses of my dear FELV cats, I started giving them interferon as a
way of enhancing
Hi Lynne, I'm so sorry for your sad loss. In reply to your first
question, that's what I've been told - if they were born with the
virus, they have less of a chance. My two who were born with the
virus lived to 2.5-3 yrs of age. I wasn't giving them interferon. I
have 5 FELV cats now,
Anybody in Texas that can take a gorgeous FELV Ragdoll?
Begin forwarded message:
From: MeLinda Hughes [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: November 27, 2005 6:08:09 PM CST
To: Gloria B. Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: Re: Clinic
I am trying to place another FeLV+ female, a gorgeous
Hideyo, I am so sorry for your loss. You had such a strong tie to
Garfunkle. I know your love will help light his way home. I
On Nov 28, 2005, at 11:50 AM, Hideyo Yamamoto wrote:
This morning, he crossed the bridge to his new and a better life..
I don't know but have wondered that myself. Didn't know that it
causes a degree of dehydration so that's interesting to me,
especially at this very dry time of the year.
I give my FELV+ kitties .5 cc daily (not on/off), unless there's a
URI or something then I up the dosage.
Tad and Marie, I am so sorry for your sad loss of Callie. What a
sweet little calico - how wonderful that she had a good life with
you, a real blessing.
That's very good to know. I'll copy this to Susan, who's on this
lilst but may not be reading. We've talked recently about how to
build muscle mass on these puny kitties that just don't thrive
easily. She has one now that she's hand feeding several times daily
Can you get it
I'd agree with spaying the FELV kitty, and that's what I've done. I
took in a little 8 month old FELV kitty who was pregnant, and my
choice was to have her spayed. She came thru it with flying colors.
I give my FELV kitties daily interferon, to boost the immune system.
On Dec 15,
The paypal charge is small - for each transaction it's about a dollar
of so, more or less. It just makes it convenient for people to
donate spontaneously who might otherwise forget or not do so - makes
it easy, so you might get more donations. You have a set of menus,
and you have to
My first FELV cat was calico - Calawalla Banana Booboo, a real
darling. However, I now have several FELV cats and FIV cats. None
are calico. If there's any predominance in color, it's black. My
friend Susan has several FELV and FIV, and I don't recall seeing a
calico. FYI -
Yea Tad, how wonderful that you're taking this lucky kitty! Gloria
On Dec 29, 2005, at 10:17 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Oh. you and Marie are just so wonderful!!
Please update us with news of Frederico!
Would you add Pansy to the Bridge list? I took her to the vet this
morning to be spayed. When I called this afternoon, he said that she
died after the surgery!! I was shocked. I got her in early December.
She was not FELV, was a pretty little 6 mo old silver Persian, really
. Did he give
any explanation? That should never happen with a healthy cat, right?
I really am so, so sorry. That's such a sad end to the year.
sending love and hugs, Kerry
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gloria Lane
Sent: Friday, December
Thank you, Sherry - thanks to everyone for your kind supportive
On Dec 30, 2005, at 9:55 PM, Sherry DeHaan wrote:
Gloria,I am so sorry to hear about your sweet little Pansy.You are
in my thoughts and prayers.You were doing the right thing,the lord
had a different path for
FIV: 2 black male, 1 black female, 1 siamese mix female, 1 b w
FELV: 1 black male, 1 gray and white dlh male, 1 white w/ black tail
male, 1 white w/ black tail female, 1 tabby gray w/ white paws female
ALL ARE SWEETHEARTS too! ;)
On Dec 31, 2005, at 11:00 PM, Nina
Thank you, Barb. Thanks so much to everyone - I appreciate it.
On Dec 31, 2005, at 9:54 PM, Barb Moermond wrote:
Oh Gloria, I'm so sorry - sending GLOW to light her way and ease
Gloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Would you add Pansy to
the Bridge list? I took
Thanks, Belinda -
I left the kitties at the vets before 8am and drove to visit some
cousins . She was the only Persian. The vet called my home phone
about 2:30pm and left a message, and I called the vets about 3pm from
my cell phone. He told me then.
He said that she was moving her
Sounds reasonable to me. However I do see some holes in that logic.
For example, he says
Carriers can be asymptomatic for years, and expose other cats in
but he says Cats over one year of age are highly resistant to Feline
Right, there's the question of sick cats and elderly cats..
On Jan 1, 2006, at 10:08 PM, TenHouseCats wrote:
yeah, i'm a little uncomfortable about the cats over one year of
age bit, because my understanding is that HEALTHY cats are pretty
much able to throw the virus off, while
Agree - what's with all these declawed cats? Does Michigan just go
I have on rare occasion talked to people, btw, who say that their vet
recommends declaw. (Probably also recommends just transferring $$$
to his/her bank account too).
On Jan 1, 2006, at 10:33 PM,
Thanks for the link, might be helpful in educating people. I think
the declawing should be outlawed too. We really don't get that many
people who ask for declawed cats in Arkansas, but there are some and
we always screen for that.
On Jan 2, 2006, at 6:58 AM, janine paton wrote:
Sherry, I'm so sorry for your loss of your sweet Hardy, I know it's
hard. So many will be waiting at the bridge to show him the way -
including my Pansy, and Prissy, and Lancelot - and my Nicky who died
1 year ago. May you receive showers of blessings for your work with
the sick kitties.
Contacts are [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Begin forwarded message:
From: Carolyn Fitzgerald [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Maine Coon Rescue http://mainecoonrescue.com is transporting Baby
Huey, who is a big beautiful Maine Coon Cat, from_foster: Pat
Robinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] to his
Best of luck to you, Belinda - I've used Georges Aloe Vera for
stomatitis, and also Antirode (Clindamycin), all seemed to help.
I've wondered about essential fatty acids to counter wasting. Was
reading about CLA (Linoleic Acid?). Lots of good vibes for sweet
On Jan 3,
Thanks so much, Kat - it helps to know of other experiences with this
sort of thing, and that there are other possibilities for causes.
On Jan 3, 2006, at 9:42 AM, Kat wrote:
I've been off-line all last week, but wanted to add my condolences
on your loss of Pansy. It's
Hmmm - I'm wondering why PetTinic would be a problem..
On Jan 3, 2006, at 9:42 AM, BONNIE J KALMBACH wrote:
I'm wondering what to do about my fragile 19 year-old Fu. He is so
anemic he can barely walk. He is not felv positive. The vet said
cell blood count is affected by
It's Michigan, not Minnisota.. and going from Michigan to Arkansas.
On Jan 3, 2006, at 9:59 AM, Susan Loesch wrote:
Wonder how close this is to Minneapolis
Gloria Lane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Contacts are
[EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Begin forwarded message:
That's a great idea...
On Jan 3, 2006, at 5:21 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Yes, I think that might help too.
In a message dated 1/3/2006 6:18:26 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
– I am also thinking it’s a territorial thing as Tsubomi wants to
claim that the
It's really easy, and no you definitely don't use the whole bag.
There are some web sites that show pictures of how to do it, I'll
have to look them up. Most people use a tube set with a needle on
the end from the bag to the kitty, and watch how the fluids go down.
In particular, a sick
I just noticed your reference to the expensive treatments. I really
think that sometimes the home treatments, not so expensive, are as
useful and effective as the expensive ones. Learning to do fluids,
for example, is so helpful.
On Jan 4, 2006, at 12:28 PM, MacKenzie, Kerry N.
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