Boy, am I glad to find this website and group.
I think my kitty, Buster (15 yo, neutered male), has FeLV.
He stopped eating about 2 1/2 years ago. I took him to the vet who was unable
to diagnose what was wrong with Buster, even after several visits. I was
unable to get an ultrasound, which
I really appreciate everyone who responded to my post. It makes me feel a bit
more secure knowing there are others rooting for our success.
I think that my keeping Buster on prednisolone is a requirement since he has
been on it for so long. I am sure it has compromised his adrenals and that
Thanks Marta. For as much research that I have done, I never read that long
term predniolone can cause muscle wasting in cats. Now, I find a lot of
articles via Google. I appreciate you posting that it does!
You mentioned that you had several cats that had this issue. What did you do?
Thanks Marcia. I had been thinking, due to his age and some clinical signs,
that maybe Buster does have kidney failure. He has a few of the symptoms, but
not excessive thirst or urination.
53 Year Old Mom Looks 33
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