Dixie Louise

2005-07-12 Thread maimaipg
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 pregnant, and a throw away. I have never had this happen before and I have done spayrelease for several years with feral cats. I contacted vet who does alternative

Re: Dixie Louise

2005-07-12 Thread maimaipg
Transfer Factor (feline), Intrasound Powder, Vet Viralys, Macro Force, Fast Track (feline) are the supplements. She doesn't get them all the time. It depends on what I can get into her. She is eating EVO, Fancy Feast, canned salmon etc (again, depending on what works at the time). She is

Re: Dixie Louise

2005-07-12 Thread maimaipg
I've taken killing her off the table and am hoping she can fight it off. If she tests positive she will be retested. Right now she is living in a room in the garage where she seems to be comfortable. She has toys, hiding places etc and can get to a window to look out. - Original Message

Re: ot- flooring for pee club members

2005-07-14 Thread maimaipg
I pulled up carpet and painted the cement floor in my basement after a friend killed his old cat for peeing all over his new house (new wife, new house, dead cat). I've never had cats that peed all over the place for the fun of it. They were always sick or extremely mad (justifiably so most

Re: Bandy update

2005-07-29 Thread maimaipg
Dixie Louise has an alternative vet as well as her regular vets. The alternative vet put her on Transfer Factor Feline COmplete. She is also on Intrasound. - Original Message - From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, July 29, 2005 5:04 PM Subject:

Re: Bandy update

2005-07-30 Thread maimaipg
I don't remember if I mentioned this or not but Dixie Louise's alternative vet likes to use Fast Track for cats instead of the acidophilus because it is a more balanced probiotic. Good luck. - Original Message - From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: kerry [EMAIL PROTECTED];

Re: Bandy's temp up again!

2005-08-01 Thread maimaipg
Might try Just Born or another version of "mother's milk." All the cats I know love that and it is a great supplement. - Original Message - From: catatonya To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, August 01, 2005 4:38 AM Subject: Re: Bandy's temp up

Re: Bramble can't eat - ideas please

2005-08-02 Thread maimaipg
Have you tried chilling the food or heating it--chilling is what comes to mind for people. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 4:46 AM Subject: Bramble can't eat - ideas please Any ideas please Bramble has Calici

Re: Bramble can't eat - ideas please

2005-08-02 Thread maimaipg
Have you tried chilling Just Born or one of the mother's milk products on the market---calories + protein + formulated for catsmaybe mixed with AD - Original Message - From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 12:17 PM Subject: Re:

Re: Bramble can't eat - ideas please

2005-08-02 Thread maimaipg
My vet gave it orally to a cat of mine and it worked great. However, if the cat is already hungry it seems unnecessary. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 12:25 PM Subject: Re: Bramble

Re: Sweet Sebastian

2005-08-03 Thread maimaipg
I haven't had that problem with a cat but I have had 2 dogs who have had problems helped by an alternative vet who practices acupuncture. I can't tell you that she extended their lives but I know the quality was much better and I felt considerably better. Right now she is working with Dixie

Re: please send prayers and positive vibes for lost kitty Georgie

2005-08-04 Thread maimaipg
She needs to look very close to home, probably under a building, porch etc or in an old car. And, if possible, to leave a door or window open so he can come in. Perhaps she can leave some favorite foods where he can smell them and feel safe enough to come out and eat. At least this is the very

Re: please send prayers and positive vibes for lost kitty Georgie

2005-08-04 Thread maimaipg
last night telling her I thought Georgie was close to home, hiding and scared. That Nancy needs to calm her emotions when she looks for him and put out food and water nearby. I pray we're right and he'll turn up soon. Nina maimaipg wrote: She needs to look very close to home, probably under

Re: Bramble

2005-08-06 Thread maimaipg
As hard as it is you may want to tell him it is ok to leave his body. He may be struggling to stay because he knows the pain you are in. Explain, out loud, to him that you cry because you love him and don't want to see him in this condition and that you will miss seeing his body and holding

Re: Pos kittens - swollen belly

2005-08-09 Thread maimaipg
First, let me tell you how sorry I am for your lose. It is terrible to have one leave like that. If and when you are up to it could you elaborate on what caused the little one to leave? I ask because I had two females leave last year. Both were feral, both stayed at the vet's for a couple of

Re: Pos kittens - swollen belly

2005-08-10 Thread maimaipg
You face such difficult decisions..I'm glad your little ones have someone who cares so much about them. They speak to your heart and let you know what is good for them. And they are grateful that you care so much. - Original Message - From: Terri Durham-Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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2005-08-17 Thread maimaipg
Please include the practice of Dr. E. A. Boswell, DVM, CVA, Nova Veterinary Therapeutics, 2143 Buechel Bank Road, Delta Office Center, Louisville, KY 40218phone: 502.499.9663 to your list of vets treating FeLV with alternative medicines. None are listed for Ky. Thank you.

Re: Mythic's itching and Bones' recovery

2005-08-18 Thread maimaipg
Changing Kitty's diet stopped an extremely nasty diarrhea. She had major food allergies (still not sure what to). She is on EVO now. Apple Pectin ( a pinch or so) in her food helped some before we figured out the food allergy thing. Specialists thought she hadcancer of the pancreas and was

Re: Mythic's itching and Bones' recovery

2005-08-19 Thread maimaipg
I hope the new food works. What I had to do with Kitty was eliminate every common food that might cause allergies, especially grains and poultry then gradually add them back in foods with the fewest preservatives possible. It was difficult because most cat foods contain these, even the fish

Re: My little man has gone to rainbow bridge

2005-08-21 Thread maimaipg
You did exactly what you should have done and what Bramble wanted. You showed great strength by staying with him and holding him. He was never afraid and always loved. Now feel the love he is sending you through your tears. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:

Re: Alternative treatments

2005-08-21 Thread maimaipg
I know how you feel but I have much more positive vets. Dixie Louise was a throwaway that I decided to keep. She tested positive for FeLV. My vets advise that indicates exposure and that she could test negative 3 + months from now. They give rough figures of 30+ % do; another 30+ % are

Re: Thanks

2005-08-21 Thread maimaipg
Time is relative. Wonderful souls find a place in our hearts in minutes. You literally had a lifetime with Brambles and he with you. Keep trying to put into words that Brambles body won't be with you any more but that his spirit always will be and that you miss his physical body so very

Re: FW: CLS - Please add Twiggy to the Special Needs list

2005-08-24 Thread maimaipg
My vet suggested pinch bowls--small metal bowls chefs use for a small amount of seasoning etc--try a kitchen store, Linens and Things etc. They are small, slanted so the cat can lick them clean and easy to disinfect. They are very inexpensive too. I think my 4 ran less than $4.00. -

Re: Ewok has a tumor... :(

2005-08-26 Thread maimaipg
My alternative vet put Kitty on Intrasound Powder and MacroForce to boost her immune system. She has tumors in both lungs (unrelated to FeLV) that the vets believe are cancer (I don't agree--I believe they are from histoplasmosis because she was feral when she came to live with my parents and

Re: Ewok has a tumor--Michelle

2005-08-28 Thread maimaipg
My alternative vet put Kitty on Intrasound for cancer. She said her uncle had bladder cancer for several years, took Intrasound and had no pain until the very end and then very little. I'm not convinced Kitty has cancer although she does have tumors (there is a big difference). Intrasound can

Re: kitten with swollen glands and positive feral mom cat

2005-08-28 Thread maimaipg
Many vets opt out. They know the pain and expense to the families involved and may not understand the joys involved in giving a little one a loving, safe home.even if it is for a little while. If you have to argue the point and if he is in no apparent pain perhaps changing vets, or at least

Re: Won't Eat....Please Help

2005-08-30 Thread maimaipg
Valium was prescribed by my vet for Ebony when he was in the process of leaving this world. It helped a lot. High protein foods appealed to him the most--salmon, eggs, chicken and turkey. In very small pieces of course and small amounts at a time so as not to overwhelm him. Try Willard Water

Re: Won't Eat....Please Help

2005-08-30 Thread maimaipg
See if you can find some Feliway spray--not the plug in--and spray it around where he is and on yourself. It will help calm him. You also might try catnip (organic or a plant if you can find it). I have used both with frightened, angry, upset cats successfully. - Original Message -

Re: Won't Eat....Please Help

2005-08-30 Thread maimaipg
Sorry to keep doing this piece meal but another idea is to find Just Born (or a mother's milk substitute) which has worked for some of mine or whipped cream which worked for one. The Just Born is full of everything he needs and reminds him of the safety of his mother. I've had this problem

Re: Hi Maimaipg

2005-08-30 Thread maimaipg
] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, August 30, 2005 9:48 PM Subject: Hi Maimaipg I have Rescue Remedy, I just bought it the other day, would this work? I was thinking of spraying his carry case with it tomorrow, but it has quite a floral odour I wondered if it would annoy him. See

Re: Bandy and supplements

2005-09-05 Thread maimaipg
My alternative vet recommends transfer factor and MacroForce for boosting the immune system. The active ingredient in Macro Force is available in other brands. This just happens to be the easiest to get in my area of the country. She also uses laser (as has me use a regular laser pointer)

Re: CLS for Marie Cat

2005-09-05 Thread maimaipg
She left happy and knowing she was safe and loved. You can't ask for more than that. Sometimes we try to extend lives and make the critter/person miserable doing so. I truly believe we need to ask ourselves what we would want if we were in our animal friend's paws. Please understand that I

Re: CLS

2005-09-06 Thread maimaipg
Some people have very large hearts---including those who rescue. - Original Message - From: Terri Durham-Stone To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, September 06, 2005 10:13 AM Subject: Re: CLS Hi Tanya, Hubby is fine - thank goodness, it was

Re: Geroge's passing

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
If you allow him to and ask him to he will come to you in your dreams and he will help you more than you can imagine. The feral ones are the greatest. They know and appreciate kindness because they have had to struggle through life. They are extremely strong spirits and are just so

Re: laser toy

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
! --- maimaipg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My alternative vet recommends transfer factor and MacroForce for boosting the immune system. The active ingredient in Macro Force is available in other brands. This just happens to be the easiest to get in my area of the country. She also uses laser

Re: Geroge's passing

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
One more thing, check with George in a few weeks after he has had time to rest up. Bet he will tell you that you did everything just right and that it was his time to leave.but that you gave him love and security, not pain or fear, while he was with you. He may decide to come back to

Re: Geroge's passing

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
You can talk to him yourself when you are ready. Just still your soul and focus on what a magnificent cat he is (not was--he has just changed forms) and ask him to talk to you. I went thru this process with a wonderful dog, Mai Mai. She left almost 4 years ago and we are together a lot,

Re: laser toy

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
Totally true. Kitty told some ACs that she played with the red dot to amuse me and take my mind off various troubles. - Original Message - From: TenHouseCats [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2005 6:09 PM Subject: Re: laser toy don't ever

Re: Geroge's passing

2005-09-07 Thread maimaipg
You can. Honest. But you have to give yourself time to recover. I didn't believe I could talk to Mai Mai but I do.I understand why she had to leave and how much she loves me and she knows how much I love her. When it came time for Kitty to come live with me (she lived with my

Re: Smokey....

2005-09-08 Thread maimaipg
Get a copy and see if you can find someone who practices alternative medicine. Mine has worked wonders for my 4 legged friends, improving the quality if not always the quanity of life. Maybe someone can give you suggestions on who to see in the UK. - Original Message - From:

Re: Smokey....

2005-09-09 Thread maimaipg
Has Smokey been checked for diabetes? - Original Message - From: John Stafford To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, September 09, 2005 9:17 AM Subject: Re: Smokey Hi, thanks again for your reply. Sorry about my abbreviations, i'm a Nurse. Yes

Re: Smokey....

2005-09-09 Thread maimaipg
You might want to check that out. I believe the blood work for diabetes has to be fasting. I don't know if his was. Some of what you describe is indicative of diabetes.- Original Message - From: John Stafford To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, September 09,

Re: laser toy

2005-09-10 Thread maimaipg
PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Saturday, September 10, 2005 12:35 AM Subject: Re: laser toy That's hilarious too! What a wonderful image--2 kits sitting on a stool in front of the TV waiting for mom to switch it on! - Original Message - From: maimaipg [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: [NMHP] One cat at the bottom of the totem pole

2005-09-10 Thread maimaipg
I am a big believer in the spray version of Feliway. I don't particularly like the plug in version. That, coupled with catnip (fresh or organic dried) might help. Have you tried sitting down with your little ones and explaining exactly what happened to Simon. They may not understand. It is

Re: [NMHP] One cat at the bottom of the totem pole

2005-09-11 Thread maimaipg
If they don't understand what happened it unbalances their world even more. I have seen it several times. One animal leaves and the others have to reorder their lives--rearrange the pecking order. I guess my point is to make sure they do understand what happened so they can do their

Re: Need advice

2005-09-12 Thread maimaipg
Take a tape recorder and plead bad memory, you are too stressed etc to accurately remember the conversation etc. Ask her ifshe would mind you taping the conversation. Bet she will say it is ok.This may get her to think about what she is saying and make it less confusiong. By pleading bad

Re: Another emergency!! - at home oxygen tank?

2005-09-12 Thread maimaipg
Try adding Willard Water to his waterit will help hydrate him, I use it with filtered water for my girls. The filtered water will leave a scum or minerals in the bowl in a couple of days (they don't like it changed daily and get about a gallon at a change--they won't change so I adapt).

Re: Another emergency!! - at home oxygen tank?

2005-09-12 Thread maimaipg
PS Kitty is hyperthyroid and it doesn't help anything. Her alternative vet has her on MacroForce (when I can get this head strong calico to take it) to boost the immune system and Intrasound. Kitty has tumors in her lungs--that doesn't help anything either. Try the Willard Water and the

Re: My dear little Claudette

2005-09-16 Thread maimaipg
They are together and they are very grateful for your love. In a few days, aftersome of the shock has dulled, ask them to come to you in your dreams..then let them in. When you close your eyes each night, be open to them visiting. When the time is right, they will visit you. Don't be

Re: Assist feeding Grace - Darla's recipe

2005-09-19 Thread maimaipg
Try Feliway spray with your feral cat. It has worked wonders with the ones I have taken in. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, September 19, 2005 11:24 AM Subject: Re: Assist feeding Grace - Darla's

Re: My ANGEL Sebastian

2005-09-19 Thread maimaipg
Before you decide to do anything, and if it is right for you, find an animal communicator to talk to Sebastian. I decided against serious/surgical testing for Kitty. Like you, I desperately want to know what is wrong with her but chose to have her consulted. I knew what I would want done if

Re: Pet friendly hotels in Arkansas--Rita evacuation!

2005-09-21 Thread maimaipg
The AAA has a list of pet friendly hotels. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, September 20, 2005 9:19 PM Subject: Pet friendly hotels in Arkansas--Rita evacuation! Hi All! Well, it looks like a mandatory evacuation may be

Re: Question about Euthanasia and my Grace

2005-09-22 Thread maimaipg
My vet has been able to do it with no problem at all. It takes a skilled and loving, caring soul to do that. She may be upset that you are looking at the situation as a death bed vigil instead of a time to remember, together and in body, all the good times and love you have shared. She may be

Re: Question about Euthanasia and my Grace

2005-09-22 Thread maimaipg
A heart that is full of love can break in infinite number of times. A hard heart might break once. - Original Message - From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2005 11:16 AM Subject: Re: Question about Euthanasia and my Grace Thanks

Re: Question about Euthanasia and my Grace

2005-09-22 Thread maimaipg
There are Bach essences and other aids for the person too. Check with your homeopath/health food store etc for recommendations for you and your grieving process. They help. Honest. They do not make the hurt go away. Don't think that. They do make it easier to deal with. If there is no pain

(no subject)

2005-09-22 Thread maimaipg
I have repeatedly tried to get the practice of Dr. E A Boswell added to Ky and have failed. I have filled out the forms and I don't know of anything else to do. I am not complaining, just trying to provide a well respected source to those in Ky and adjoining areas. Can you assist me?Thanks.

Re: Vet Costs question

2005-09-24 Thread maimaipg
Thyroid meds are relatively inexpensive and alot of vets have Good Sam boxes (I put in Kitty's old meds when she has to change from one dose to another, when thereare meds left over or when a little one leaves and there are meds left behind--lots of people do this therefore the Good Sam box

Re: Skin Problem

2005-09-25 Thread maimaipg
I know people who use it for various skin problems including fungus infections. It is soothing. I have no idea about using it on cats. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 1:58 PM Subject:

Re: FeLV diet

2005-09-25 Thread maimaipg
EVO cat food is now available and highly recommended by a couple of alternative vets I know. Really high in protein. Available at all the health food stores here and some of the vets. - Original Message - From: Terri Brown To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent:

Re: DR. Pitcairn's book

2005-09-25 Thread maimaipg
If that doesn't work try www.amazon.com - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, September 25, 2005 2:54 PM Subject: Re: DR. Pitcairn's book forget it I found both books on ebay and bid on them

Re: OT:PLS help for two things..

2005-09-27 Thread maimaipg
Have you tried an animal communicator? Talking to one who has left can be extremely helpful. - Original Message - From: Steph E Caldwell [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, September 27, 2005 3:44 PM Subject: Re: OT:PLS help for two things.. Hideyo

Re: HELP...Skunk

2005-10-08 Thread maimaipg
There is a product called Odo-Ban that is the greatest for even worse odors than skunk -- try very decayed rodent bodies. Works great when a tom cat sprays too. It is available at SAM'S Club and I am sure other places. - Original Message - From: Terri Brown To:

Re: Need encouragement, PLEASE

2005-10-12 Thread maimaipg
Just some thoughts. Leave the door cracked all the time, not just at night. Do not wash the bed again. It needs to smell like a safe spot. Besides, my cats just don't like the scents added to laundry detergent, fabric softeners, cat litter etc. You may want to spray Feliway around the area

Re: Re: Kitten with diarrhea

2005-10-16 Thread maimaipg
Try Fast track (a probiotic) and apple pectin. The Fast Track works wonders by reestablishing balance. - Original Message - From: BONNIE J KALMBACH [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org; felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, October 16, 2005 4:06 PM Subject: Fwd: Re:

Re: Cat lover dying, 15 cats need homes ASAP New york area

2005-10-18 Thread maimaipg
There are ways of providing for them in your will and by way of trusts. It takes a creative lawyer but it can be done. There are a number of books on the subject too. www.Amazon.com has some of them. I, too, worry about mine. I watch how people don't keep their word to loved ones about care

Re: Please Help NewMember I'm scared

2005-10-19 Thread maimaipg
I am so sorry for the pain and confusion you must be having. I am using both colostrum (in the form of Just Born, a mother's milk substitute for new born kittens) and transfer factor with my FeLV + cat. I mix the transfer factor in the Just Born and she loves it. My alternative vet put my

Re: Wrongful death of cat

2005-10-19 Thread maimaipg
This poor lady. Everyone has options. Just because a vet tells you something does not make it so. I can think of only a couple of times you have to surrender an animal and those times involve vicious animals involved in attacks on people. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Wrongful death of cat

2005-10-19 Thread maimaipg
Three suggestions: Report the matter to the state vet association--not the local one. Contact the Texas version of the Attorney General's Office Comsumer Protection Division (cats are property in most places-ok we know better but the law doesn't). Find out who, in the local media, is a pet

Re: Wrongful death of cat

2005-10-19 Thread maimaipg
The way I read it was that she was told she HAD to give the cat up, not that they recommended it. If I read it correctly the HSUS needs to be notified also. Any way you look at it, the cat got a bum deal and so did her person. - Original Message - From: Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Wrongful death of cat

2005-10-19 Thread maimaipg
definately needs to bring someones attention to this. I think if someone said I HAD to surrender any of my catsI would grab the cat and run...now that poses a pretty funny picture in my mind ;-)) maimaipg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Three suggestions: Report the matter to the state vet

Re: Charity is back in area!!!!!!

2005-10-21 Thread maimaipg
Ebony Thomas Katt snarled and hissed at me the first year or so of the time we spent together. He was 3 + years and totally feral. blood and pus from the wounds he had ran down my legs (at first he was so weak I could touch him.) I got him fixed up then tried to get him to leave (I didn't

Re: A few questions

2005-10-21 Thread maimaipg
I am so sorry Casper spent such a short time with you. She has done a great job in making people aware of parasites and the death they can bring so quickly to little ones. Maybe that was the job she had in her short life. I am so glad she found love. Not every person can say

Re: A few questions

2005-10-21 Thread maimaipg
I'm sure we all understand. And I am equally sure Casper is with her friends and your friends and angels who will guide her and keep her. She may even return to you one day. She is very grateful to leave this world loved and held and cared for. She was warm and loved. Know how very grateful

Re: A few questions

2005-10-23 Thread maimaipg
The 2 month supply (1 cc every other day) supply I got from my vet was $10.00. - Original Message - From: catatonya [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, October 23, 2005 7:56 PM Subject: Re: A few questions My vet used to prescribe it for uri in adults and

Alternative Vet

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
I am trying to get the practise of Dr. E A Boswell , 2143 Buechel Bank Road, louisville KY 40218 502.499.9663 added to the list of vets who use alternative treatments for FeLV (and other conditions). No vet is listed for Ky. and that can be very discouraging for people trying to help their

Dixie Louise's teeth

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
Dixie Louise is FeLV + and has gingivitis. She has lost a couple of teeth (maybe from the gingivitis or maybe from the poor living conditions she had--she was a throwaway). She has developed an odd odor to her breath. I am trying to brush her teeth and she is on Interferon as well as some

Re: Dixie Louise's teeth

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
going on, it would help. Has she had recent bloodwork? Sometimessudden bad breath can related to problems with the kidneys. Is her urinary output looking OK? Julie maimaipg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dixie Louise is FeLV + and has gingivitis. She has lost a couple

Re: Alternative Vet

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
Marylyn Pettey, Russell Springs, Ky. I'd tried posting it myself and that didn't work and re-emailed you. My bet is at least one of our emails got lost (not unusal here at all). Thanks. - Original Message - From: Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent:

Re: Dixie Louise's teeth

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
Thanks. Gracie's teeth are just finenow and she is healthy and happy and still with you, just not in her body. I am very sureshe is thanking you for the love you gave her and is sending you more love than you ever knew possible. - Original Message - From: Nina To:

Re: Dixie Louise's teeth

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
viral going on, it would help. Has she had recent bloodwork? Sometimessudden bad breath can related to problems with the kidneys. Is her urinary output looking OK? Julie maimaipg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dixie Louise is FeLV

Re: My baby Cricket is sick; I need some encouragement

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
Have you tried Feliway and Rescue Remedy when taking Cricket to the vet's? Both work wonders. Black cats are very regal (read their way or the highway) but they can be persuaded to cooperate. I would suggest an animal communicator talk to Cricket and explain what is happening. Cricket does

Re: praying for my Ginger

2005-10-24 Thread maimaipg
Title: Message When Ebony didn't want to eat I gave him valium to work up the appetite...don't know why it works on cats that way but it sure did on him. - Original Message - From: Hideyo Yamamoto To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, October 24, 2005

Re: anesthesia question-atropine's interesting history!

2005-10-25 Thread maimaipg
atropine dries the mouth and other secretions. I'm really not sure about the painkiller part--bet against it though. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Tuesday, October 25, 2005 10:38 AM Subject: Re: anesthesia question-atropine's

Re: Mandy Update, Welcome, For Hideyo

2005-10-25 Thread maimaipg
Threesuggestions: Discuss her wishes with her.either by yourself or with the assistance of an animal communicator. Get the powered Just Born and mix it stronger (more powder) that the instructions suggest. Listen to your heart. Not any one. Mandy will talk to your heart. -

Re: Dixie Louise's teeth

2005-10-27 Thread maimaipg
She had blood work done the first part of October. The missing teeth were missing when I first had her examined. I have no clue what her history is. The blood work did show that she had been spayed. She kept telling me and some animal communicators I know that she "had been to the vet's

Re: My Beautiful Mandy

2005-10-27 Thread maimaipg
Mandy is still with you. If she hasn't visited yet, she will and she will surround you with all the love a little cat can give. - Original Message - From: Julie Johnson To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 10:02 AM Subject: My

Re: My Beautiful Mandy and Julie

2005-10-27 Thread maimaipg
You are right not to force him and frighten him--all it does is cause extra stress. Have you tried an alternative vet? I urge you to think about it. - Original Message - From: Barb Moermond To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2005 2:26

Re: Shadows and Bramble

2005-10-29 Thread maimaipg
Why would you doubt that he would come back? He loves you dearly and knows you miss him. Others have come back. You just weren't as open to seeing/feeling them as you are now. - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Friday, October 28, 2005

Re: My Calico Kitty Angels

2005-10-29 Thread maimaipg
The more I read of this little ones dying for no good reason, the more grateful I am for my own vets. I know Dixie Louise would have been executed for no good reason by a lot of people. - Original Message - From: Laura Stamps To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent:

Re: praying for my Ginger

2005-10-30 Thread maimaipg
I may have posted this but a low dose of valium helped Ebony eat. - Original Message - From: Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Saturday, October 29, 2005 12:49 PM Subject: Re: praying for my Ginger Vitamin B will aslo get some cats eating. --

Re: cat and dog fur

2005-10-31 Thread maimaipg
Stop buying furs period and fake furs of unknown or questionable origin. Like the tome says...fur belongs on beautiful animals and ugly people. - Original Message - From: Lisa Ward [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Monday, October 31, 2005 8:24 AM Subject: RE:

Re: [Felvtalk] update on Spanky - chest fluid

2010-11-24 Thread MaiMaiPG
Follow your heart and you will not go wrong. Quality of life is the most important thing and I suspect it is the most important thing for Spanky. He is lucky you have a clue. Bless both of you. Enjoy the time you have together. On Nov 24, 2010, at 3:44 PM, Sara Kasteleyn wrote: Bless

Re: [Felvtalk] FeLv alternative treatment

2010-12-11 Thread MaiMaiPG
I'm not sure what the question is but Dr. EA Bosewell 502-499-9663 worked wonders with Dixie Louise Doodle Katt, JP. She has her DVM degree but choses to practice alternative medicine including acupuncture, herbs etc. She does phone consultations. My regular vets sent me to her when I

Re: [Felvtalk] www.herbal-treatments.net

2010-12-11 Thread MaiMaiPG
Betty (EA Bosewell) put Dixie on some supportive drops that improved her quality of life. Until a week or so before she left this world she was healthy and happy. Taling to her might give some ideas. She put Allie, Mai Mai, Dixie, Kitty, Copper, Thomas and Bob on a variety of

Re: [Felvtalk] Newbie

2010-12-12 Thread MaiMaiPG
Where in Kentucky are you? I ask because I live there and have a holistic vet that consults by phone if you can't get to the office. She uses supplements that helped with Dixie's quality of life and have helped with Copper, Thomas and Bob. Copper and Thomas are negative but came from a

Re: [Felvtalk] Newbie

2010-12-13 Thread MaiMaiPG
your little ones, mention that Marylyn sent you. Good luck. On Dec 13, 2010, at 6:57 AM, Katy Doyle wrote: Sorry, hit send before I was ready.., I'm in Frankfort and I am very interested in seeing a holistic vet. Sent from my iPhone On Dec 12, 2010, at 11:39 PM, MaiMaiPG maima...@gmail.com

Re: [Felvtalk] how to know if your only needs a friend?

2010-12-15 Thread MaiMaiPG
Consider what you would want if you were Whimsy. I don't know about another version but would you rather have a buddy even if your life was a little shorter? I can't answer that for you. I can tell you quality of life is very important to me and my family--both 2 legged and 4 legged.

Re: [Felvtalk] how to know if your only needs a friend?

2010-12-15 Thread MaiMaiPG
To add to this: Dixie left this world and I was broken hearted. She sent me Copper. I really wanted a brother/sister/friend for him. Two weeks later Thomas showed up. They are wonderful brothers and they now have Bob, a dog, to train. I really believe cats and dogs are easier in

Re: [Felvtalk] how to know if your only needs a friend?

2010-12-15 Thread MaiMaiPG
Try Feliway spray and Rescue Remedy in the water.Honest. Kitty was forced to leave her life long home to live with me. There was nothing that made her content much happy. I slept on the living room floor for about three months until she came out and was comfortable (or as

Re: [Felvtalk] how to know if your only needs a friend?

2010-12-15 Thread MaiMaiPG
of the animal, too. Lucky is a very confident, walk up to you and say 'howdy' kind of guy! ~Bonnie - Original Message - From: MaiMaiPG maima...@gmail.com To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Wednesday, December 15, 2010 7:03 PM Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] how to know if your only needs

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