When I was a baby, my parents had a siamese cat named Boo-Boo. my parents
were of of course worried about how we would interact. He would lay under
my crib every night to watch over me and one night i actually got out of my
crib and fell down the stairs to the basement. As the story goes
even hospice care! They took great care of Ziggy and was the only vet I
have been to that gave me and Ziggy hope. Best of luck to everyone's kitties
they are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Dont just search
I went and saw Ziggy today at the kitty hospital (actually visited twice).
His hematocrit when he went in on wednesday night was 6%!!! IT didnt even
show up on the normal blood tests they had to run a special test! With his
blood transfusion its up to about 14% they will probably give him
Poor Ziggy! About 6 months ago I told all of you that Ziggy's second feline
leukemia test came back negative and he was ok and cured. Well I was wrong.
He was losing weight and just not acting like himself (he was hiding and
not playing with the other kitties). So i took him to the vet last
In response to Del's question about interferon: My late Ziggy was on
interferon treatment for most of his life ( about 1.5 years). He took 1 cc
-which contained 30 units of interferon once a day for 7 days and then he
was off of it for 7 days. However, the recent reading I have been doing
Windows Live™: Keep your life in sync.
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