Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

2009-09-22 Thread jbero tds.net
Hi Sally,

I really hope the blood work looks good for Lukey.  I'll keep him in my
prayers.

Great news about the FIV cat.  I have one FIV cat perhaps I will try the
injection with him.  Thanks for the info.

Jenny


On 9/21/09, Belinda Sauro ma...@bemikitties.com wrote:

Hi All,
   This email is from Sally to Jenny, it bounced so I forward it.  Jim can
 you see why her email is bouncing, thanks?

 Yes, terrific news, and thanks again, Jenny, for all your
 phone support and information.  Lukey is still stable but
 still not wanting to eat on his own. I will be giving him a
 dose of cyproheptadine in his ear today or tomorrow in an
 effort to stimulate his appetite.  He has a bit more energy
 (and certainly enough to fight us on the force feeding) but
 still nothing to write home about.  He received his third
 shot of LTCI this past Saturday and I hope to have blood
 work done on him this week.
 FYI, for those of you with FIV+ cats, I heard from a friend
 who runs a shelter today about her use of the LTCI on her
 cat with FIV and after nearly a year on the medication he is
 now testing negative for FIV.
 Sally Snyder Jewell
 Sally Snyder Jewell, Marketing Director
 Tower Laboratories Corporation
 Manufacturers of Pauling Therapy Formulas for Coronary Heart
 Disease Since 1996
 http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/
 E-mail:  sa...@towerlaboratories.com
 Toll Free:  1-877-TOWER-LABS (1-877.869.3752) Voice:  502.368.2720;
 502.368.2721
 Fax:  502.368.0019
  Pauling Therapy Information Web site:
 http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/ Pauling Therapy
 Order Link:
 http://www.PaulingTherapyStore.com http://www.paulingtherapystore.com/
  The information provided herein is educational and is not
 intended as either diagnosis or treatment.  The content of
 this transmission is intended only for the person or entity
 to which it is directly addressed or copied. It may contain
 material of confidential and/or private nature. Any review,
 retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

2009-09-22 Thread S. Jewell
Thank you, Jenny.  I appreciate your thoughts, prayers and
kindness. 

Sally Jewell

 
 -Original Message-
 From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
[mailto:felvtalk-
 boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of jbero tds.net
 Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:46 AM
 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
 Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else
 
 Hi Sally,
 
 I really hope the blood work looks good for Lukey.  I'll
keep him in
 my
 prayers.
 
 Great news about the FIV cat.  I have one FIV cat perhaps
I will
 try the
 injection with him.  Thanks for the info.
 
 Jenny
 
 
 On 9/21/09, Belinda Sauro ma...@bemikitties.com wrote:
 
 Hi All,
This email is from Sally to Jenny, it bounced so I
forward it.
 Jim can
  you see why her email is bouncing, thanks?
 
  Yes, terrific news, and thanks again, Jenny, for all
your
  phone support and information.  Lukey is still stable
but
  still not wanting to eat on his own. I will be giving
him a
  dose of cyproheptadine in his ear today or tomorrow in
an
  effort to stimulate his appetite.  He has a bit more
energy
  (and certainly enough to fight us on the force feeding)
but
  still nothing to write home about.  He received his
third
  shot of LTCI this past Saturday and I hope to have
blood
  work done on him this week.
  FYI, for those of you with FIV+ cats, I heard from a
friend
  who runs a shelter today about her use of the LTCI on
her
  cat with FIV and after nearly a year on the medication
he is
  now testing negative for FIV.
  Sally Snyder Jewell
  Sally Snyder Jewell, Marketing Director
  Tower Laboratories Corporation
  Manufacturers of Pauling Therapy Formulas for Coronary
 Heart
  Disease Since 1996
  http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/
  E-mail:  sa...@towerlaboratories.com
  Toll Free:  1-877-TOWER-LABS (1-877.869.3752) Voice:
 502.368.2720;
  502.368.2721
  Fax:  502.368.0019
   Pauling Therapy Information Web site:
  http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/
 Pauling Therapy
  Order Link:
  http://www.PaulingTherapyStore.com
 http://www.paulingtherapystore.com/
   The information provided herein is educational and is
not
  intended as either diagnosis or treatment.  The content
of
  this transmission is intended only for the person or
entity
  to which it is directly addressed or copied. It may
contain
  material of confidential and/or private nature. Any
review,
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taking of
  any action in reliance upon, this information by
persons or
  entities other than the intended recipient is not
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  If you received this message and the information
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

2009-09-22 Thread S. Jewell
Thank you, Jenny.  I appreciate your thoughts, prayers and
kindness. 

Sally Jewell

 
 -Original Message-
 From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
[mailto:felvtalk-
 boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of jbero tds.net
 Sent: Tuesday, September 22, 2009 10:46 AM
 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
 Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else
 
 Hi Sally,
 
 I really hope the blood work looks good for Lukey.  I'll
keep him in
 my
 prayers.
 
 Great news about the FIV cat.  I have one FIV cat perhaps
I will
 try the
 injection with him.  Thanks for the info.
 
 Jenny
 
 
 On 9/21/09, Belinda Sauro ma...@bemikitties.com wrote:
 
 Hi All,
This email is from Sally to Jenny, it bounced so I
forward it.
 Jim can
  you see why her email is bouncing, thanks?
 
  Yes, terrific news, and thanks again, Jenny, for all
your
  phone support and information.  Lukey is still stable
but
  still not wanting to eat on his own. I will be giving
him a
  dose of cyproheptadine in his ear today or tomorrow in
an
  effort to stimulate his appetite.  He has a bit more
energy
  (and certainly enough to fight us on the force feeding)
but
  still nothing to write home about.  He received his
third
  shot of LTCI this past Saturday and I hope to have
blood
  work done on him this week.
  FYI, for those of you with FIV+ cats, I heard from a
friend
  who runs a shelter today about her use of the LTCI on
her
  cat with FIV and after nearly a year on the medication
he is
  now testing negative for FIV.
  Sally Snyder Jewell
  Sally Snyder Jewell, Marketing Director
  Tower Laboratories Corporation
  Manufacturers of Pauling Therapy Formulas for Coronary
 Heart
  Disease Since 1996
  http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/
  E-mail:  sa...@towerlaboratories.com
  Toll Free:  1-877-TOWER-LABS (1-877.869.3752) Voice:
 502.368.2720;
  502.368.2721
  Fax:  502.368.0019
   Pauling Therapy Information Web site:
  http://www.HeartTech.com http://www.hearttech.com/
 Pauling Therapy
  Order Link:
  http://www.PaulingTherapyStore.com
 http://www.paulingtherapystore.com/
   The information provided herein is educational and is
not
  intended as either diagnosis or treatment.  The content
of
  this transmission is intended only for the person or
entity
  to which it is directly addressed or copied. It may
contain
  material of confidential and/or private nature. Any
review,
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taking of
  any action in reliance upon, this information by
persons or
  entities other than the intended recipient is not
allowed.
  If you received this message and the information
contained
  therein by error, please contact the sender and delete
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

2009-09-21 Thread Laurieskatz
GREAT NEWS re Autumn!!
Thank-you God and Jenny!
L

-Original Message-
From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of jbero tds.net
Sent: Monday, September 21, 2009 1:13 PM
To: Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

Hey everybody,

I am so glad to hear all the positive things in the world of cat health
going on in this group.

Autumn is doing great.  She is eating independently (and everyday a little
bit more - in fact last night I had pizza and had to practically fight her
off for the cheese.)  Her energy level continues to improve - such that she
is running after string again.  She is still less than energetic than she
was before all this started, but she continues to improve.  So I am grateful
to God, the LTCI injections and ambrotose.  I am afraid I did not have the
opportunity to get a CBC on her this weekend but I plan to shortly and will
let you all know the results.

I am glad to hear Lil bit is doing well and I hope lukey is improving as
well.

You are a great group of people with big hearts and I am so happy to know
the world has people like you in it.

God bless and I'll continue to keep you updated.

Jenny
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and everyone else

2009-09-21 Thread Belinda Sauro

Hi All,
   This email is from Sally to Jenny, it bounced so I forward it.  Jim 
can you see why her email is bouncing, thanks?



Yes, terrific news, and thanks again, Jenny, for all your
phone support and information.  Lukey is still stable but
still not wanting to eat on his own. I will be giving him a
dose of cyproheptadine in his ear today or tomorrow in an
effort to stimulate his appetite.  He has a bit more energy
(and certainly enough to fight us on the force feeding) but
still nothing to write home about.  He received his third
shot of LTCI this past Saturday and I hope to have blood
work done on him this week.  


FYI, for those of you with FIV+ cats, I heard from a friend
who runs a shelter today about her use of the LTCI on her
cat with FIV and after nearly a year on the medication he is
now testing negative for FIV.  


Sally Snyder Jewell
Sally Snyder Jewell, Marketing Director
Tower Laboratories Corporation
Manufacturers of Pauling Therapy Formulas for Coronary Heart
Disease Since 1996
http://www.HeartTech.com
E-mail:  sa...@towerlaboratories.com
Toll Free:  1-877-TOWER-LABS (1-877.869.3752) 
Voice:  502.368.2720; 502.368.2721

Fax:  502.368.0019
 
Pauling Therapy Information Web site:
http://www.HeartTech.com 
Pauling Therapy Order Link:

http://www.PaulingTherapyStore.com
 
The information provided herein is educational and is not

intended as either diagnosis or treatment.  The content of
this transmission is intended only for the person or entity
to which it is directly addressed or copied. It may contain
material of confidential and/or private nature. Any review,
retransmission, dissemination or other use of, or taking of
any action in reliance upon, this information by persons or
entities other than the intended recipient is not allowed.
If you received this message and the information contained
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and Sally

2009-09-19 Thread dlgegg
glad someone else is having good luck with their babies.  my Lil Bit was 
looking pretty rough and had lost a lot of weight so took her to vet and did a 
full panel on her and strted fluids and antibiotic right away.  learned one 
thing, warm up the fluids to your own body temperature before giving them to 
your cat.  she fused with me the first time (hadn't thought about warming 
fulids) then i got smart and put the bag in a bowl of warm water first.  she 
still did not like getting stuck, but things went a lot smoother after that.  
did fluids 2 times a day.  when blood work came back, her creatine and bun 
readings were off the chart.  went back last week for recheck since she was 
looking much better, eatng better and her counts are normal.  that baby food 
sure did come in handy during that time.  it was easy for her to eat and she 
did like it.  did not have to feed her, she ate it on her own.  how lucky can a 
body get?  continued good fortune for all with sick babies, it is almost as 
hard on us as it is on them.  like a mother caring for her sick child.  dorlis
 jbero tds.net jb...@tds.net wrote: 
 Hey everyone,
 
 First of all, Sally, I am glad you are getting some food down him.  That
 will help tremendously.  The fact that he hasn't thrown it up is even more
 fantastic.
 
 I just wanted to give you a quick update on Autumn.  I got the full results
 of the CBC (although a path review is pending).  Here are the results:
 
 Platlet count - first CBC = 20,000; most recent = 52,000 (up 32,000)
 Hct - first = 9; most recent 11.5 - difficult to compare due to transfusion
 
 Here's the kicker:
 
 reticulocyte count - most recent 5.9% (normal = 0-1%) Sorry I don't have the
 original
 Absolute reticulocyte count - first = 11,000; most recent = 113,280 (up
 102,000)
 
 A quick background note - the reticulocyte count is an indicator of bone
 marrow regenerating normal RBCs - reticulocytes are young maturing RBCs
 Regenerative anemia is considered to be present when the absolute retic.
 count is greater than 15,000.  Before the injection she had a non
 regenerative anemia, now it is regenerative.
 
 She is producing her own RBCs and platlets!  Amen and Hallelujah!
 
 Thank you everyone for your prayers and hope.  I will keep you updated.
 
 Sally if you have any questions or need anything just call or email.  Good
 luck and God bless.
 
 Jenny
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and Lil Bit

2009-09-19 Thread Laurieskatz
Glad to hear Lil Bit is doing better. She is lucky to have you. Jenny, how
is Autumn?
Laurie

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Sent: Saturday, September 19, 2009 2:03 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and Sally

glad someone else is having good luck with their babies.  my Lil Bit was
looking pretty rough and had lost a lot of weight so took her to vet and did
a full panel on her and strted fluids and antibiotic right away.  learned
one thing, warm up the fluids to your own body temperature before giving
them to your cat.  she fused with me the first time (hadn't thought about
warming fulids) then i got smart and put the bag in a bowl of warm water
first.  she still did not like getting stuck, but things went a lot smoother
after that.  did fluids 2 times a day.  when blood work came back, her
creatine and bun readings were off the chart.  went back last week for
recheck since she was looking much better, eatng better and her counts are
normal.  that baby food sure did come in handy during that time.  it was
easy for her to eat and she did like it.  did not have to feed her, she ate
it on her own.  how lucky can a body get?  continued good fortune for all
with sick babies, it is almost as hard on us as it is on them.  like a
mother caring for her sick child.  dorlis
   


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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-09 Thread mitchell
I have been following some of your postings and in one of them you said that
you would like the name of some vets that use LTCI.  I searched around to
find some helpful information and I found on google a map that lists clinics
that use LTCI.  Hopefully this helps:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=enie=UTF8msa=0msid=110569799529213467944.00046e4aefe298761f254ll=33.72434,-116.38916spn=7.543771,21.181641z=6
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-09 Thread Laurieskatz
THANK-YOU for this!

-Original Message-
From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of mitchell
Sent: Wednesday, September 09, 2009 10:31 AM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

I have been following some of your postings and in one of them you said that
you would like the name of some vets that use LTCI.  I searched around to
find some helpful information and I found on google a map that lists clinics
that use LTCI.  Hopefully this helps:

http://maps.google.com/maps/ms?hl=enie=UTF8msa=0msid=11056979952921346794
4.00046e4aefe298761f254ll=33.72434,-116.38916spn=7.543771,21.181641z=6
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and Sally

2009-09-08 Thread Laurieskatz
Jenny, this is fantastic news! Thank-you so much for sharing with all of us
(and your interpretationI would have been lost without your explanation
of the significance of the reticulocyte numbers!). Amen and Hallelujah is
right!
Autumn is a lucky girl to have you!
Laurie

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Sent: Tuesday, September 08, 2009 10:01 AM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: [Felvtalk] Autumn update and Sally

Hey everyone,

I just wanted to give you a quick update on Autumn.
.  Here are the results:

Platlet count - first CBC = 20,000; most recent = 52,000 (up 32,000)
Hct - first = 9; most recent 11.5 - difficult to compare due to transfusion

Here's the kicker:

reticulocyte count - most recent 5.9% (normal = 0-1%) Sorry I don't have the
original
Absolute reticulocyte count - first = 11,000; most recent = 113,280 (up
102,000)

A quick background note - the reticulocyte count is an indicator of bone
marrow regenerating normal RBCs - reticulocytes are young maturing RBCs
Regenerative anemia is considered to be present when the absolute retic.
count is greater than 15,000.  Before the injection she had a non
regenerative anemia, now it is regenerative.

She is producing her own RBCs and platlets!  Amen and Hallelujah!

Thank you everyone for your prayers and hope.  I will keep you updated.

Jenny
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-08 Thread Jane Lyons
No, because she is unwilling to talk to vets who have used it with  
success. She thinks they are either

shilling for the company or are not practicing ethically.
I actually think my vet is gifted and will continue to use her for my  
Scotties.  She has tried a
variety of 'out of the box' remedies for MeMe and I think she feels  
defeated by Felv. I am the one
who is willing to pay for a wing and a prayer and I only ask that  
she is open to a remote possibility,

and she is not.
To date, I have brought MeMe back from the brink with her help, and I  
will continue to use Interferon and
the remedies that she has recommended, but I want to have access to  
every bag of tricks, if and when

I need them.
I understand and respect your position, MC.

Jane
On Sep 8, 2009, at 12:33 PM, MaryChristine wrote:

so you're dumping your vet because she's acting in a professional  
manner?


On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 10:47 PM, Jane Lyons  
j.ly...@mindspring.com wrote:


This is such great news about Autumn and hopefully good news for  
all of our

kitties. Please keep us updated on her
progress. I want to be able to keep these reports for my vet  
(about to be

former vet) who has been so adamant
about the lack of testing and science and so hostile to the Imulan  
company.


Jane










On Sep 7, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Alice Flowers wrote:

 I am so glad to hear that she is holding her own! I have asked my  
vet if
she would consider trying the Imulan and she agreed. She has set  
up her
account with them last week and hopefully will be able to place  
an order in
the next week. Since rescuing 5 feral kittens last year (Oct 08)  
plus a

bonus FeLV that was tossed into the feral colony, we have lost the 4
brothers in the past 5 months, only one barely made it to a year  
old. We
still have the tabby sister, Rosie and the bonus kitty-Murphy. We  
had
attempted a transfusion with the second one, with not so good  
results-he was
euthanized after having a reaction during the procedure. We quit  
counting
after 6 grand. This has been a long, heartbreaking journey. With  
only the 2
cats left and they are just a tad over a year old, we can't give  
up. Reading
about Autumn has given us hope that there is something out there  
that will
help. We already are giving the Interferon Alpha 2x a day. Rosie  
and Murphy

appear
 healthy, bright and shiny, playful-but so did her brothers until  
they
just crashed fast. Maybe in Rosie's case it may be the female  
gene-her
mother is still alive and feral, we TNR'd he last year and she  
has always

appeared healthy-in fact since her spay, has become filled out and
relaxed-we can even pet her on occaison. I have so much hope that  
the Imulan
will help us-we are going to follow the once a week for a month  
on the

injections and see where how it goes.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-08 Thread MaryChristine
so you're dumping your vet because she's acting in a professional manner?

On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 10:47 PM, Jane Lyons j.ly...@mindspring.com wrote:

 This is such great news about Autumn and hopefully good news for all of our
 kitties. Please keep us updated on her
 progress. I want to be able to keep these reports for my vet (about to be
 former vet) who has been so adamant
 about the lack of testing and science and so hostile to the Imulan company.

 Jane










 On Sep 7, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Alice Flowers wrote:

  I am so glad to hear that she is holding her own! I have asked my vet if
 she would consider trying the Imulan and she agreed. She has set up her
 account with them last week and hopefully will be able to place an order in
 the next week. Since rescuing 5 feral kittens last year (Oct 08) plus a
 bonus FeLV that was tossed into the feral colony, we have lost the 4
 brothers in the past 5 months, only one barely made it to a year old. We
 still have the tabby sister, Rosie and the bonus kitty-Murphy. We had
 attempted a transfusion with the second one, with not so good results-he was
 euthanized after having a reaction during the procedure. We quit counting
 after 6 grand. This has been a long, heartbreaking journey. With only the 2
 cats left and they are just a tad over a year old, we can't give up. Reading
 about Autumn has given us hope that there is something out there that will
 help. We already are giving the Interferon Alpha 2x a day. Rosie and Murphy
 appear
  healthy, bright and shiny, playful-but so did her brothers until they
 just crashed fast. Maybe in Rosie's case it may be the female gene-her
 mother is still alive and feral, we TNR'd he last year and she has always
 appeared healthy-in fact since her spay, has become filled out and
 relaxed-we can even pet her on occaison. I have so much hope that the Imulan
 will help us-we are going to follow the once a week for a month on the
 injections and see where how it goes.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-08 Thread MaryChristine
thanks, jane; i truly hope that the LCTI works.


On Tue, Sep 8, 2009 at 1:14 PM, Jane Lyons j.ly...@mindspring.com wrote:

 No, because she is unwilling to talk to vets who have used it with success.
 She thinks they are either
 shilling for the company or are not practicing ethically.
 I actually think my vet is gifted and will continue to use her for my
 Scotties.  She has tried a
 variety of 'out of the box' remedies for MeMe and I think she feels
 defeated by Felv. I am the one
 who is willing to pay for a wing and a prayer and I only ask that she is
 open to a remote possibility,
 and she is not.
 To date, I have brought MeMe back from the brink with her help, and I will
 continue to use Interferon and
 the remedies that she has recommended, but I want to have access to every
 bag of tricks, if and when
 I need them.
 I understand and respect your position, MC.

 Jane

 On Sep 8, 2009, at 12:33 PM, MaryChristine wrote:

  so you're dumping your vet because she's acting in a professional manner?

 On Mon, Sep 7, 2009 at 10:47 PM, Jane Lyons j.ly...@mindspring.com
 wrote:

  This is such great news about Autumn and hopefully good news for all of
 our
 kitties. Please keep us updated on her
 progress. I want to be able to keep these reports for my vet (about to be
 former vet) who has been so adamant
 about the lack of testing and science and so hostile to the Imulan
 company.

 Jane










 On Sep 7, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Alice Flowers wrote:

  I am so glad to hear that she is holding her own! I have asked my vet if

 she would consider trying the Imulan and she agreed. She has set up her
 account with them last week and hopefully will be able to place an order
 in
 the next week. Since rescuing 5 feral kittens last year (Oct 08) plus a
 bonus FeLV that was tossed into the feral colony, we have lost the 4
 brothers in the past 5 months, only one barely made it to a year old. We
 still have the tabby sister, Rosie and the bonus kitty-Murphy. We had
 attempted a transfusion with the second one, with not so good results-he
 was
 euthanized after having a reaction during the procedure. We quit
 counting
 after 6 grand. This has been a long, heartbreaking journey. With only
 the 2
 cats left and they are just a tad over a year old, we can't give up.
 Reading
 about Autumn has given us hope that there is something out there that
 will
 help. We already are giving the Interferon Alpha 2x a day. Rosie and
 Murphy
 appear
  healthy, bright and shiny, playful-but so did her brothers until they
 just crashed fast. Maybe in Rosie's case it may be the female gene-her
 mother is still alive and feral, we TNR'd he last year and she has
 always
 appeared healthy-in fact since her spay, has become filled out and
 relaxed-we can even pet her on occaison. I have so much hope that the
 Imulan
 will help us-we are going to follow the once a week for a month on the
 injections and see where how it goes.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-07 Thread Alice Flowers
I am so glad to hear that she is holding her own! I have asked my vet if she 
would consider trying the Imulan and she agreed. She has set up her account 
with them last week and hopefully will be able to place an order in the next 
week. Since rescuing 5 feral kittens last year (Oct 08) plus a bonus FeLV that 
was tossed into the feral colony, we have lost the 4 brothers in the past 5 
months, only one barely made it to a year old. We still have the tabby sister, 
Rosie and the bonus kitty-Murphy. We had attempted a transfusion with the 
second one, with not so good results-he was euthanized after having a reaction 
during the procedure. We quit counting after 6 grand. This has been a long, 
heartbreaking journey. With only the 2 cats left and they are just a tad over a 
year old, we can't give up. Reading about Autumn has given us hope that there 
is something out there that will help. We already are giving the Interferon 
Alpha 2x a day. Rosie and Murphy appear
 healthy, bright and shiny, playful-but so did her brothers until they just 
crashed fast. Maybe in Rosie's case it may be the female gene-her mother is 
still alive and feral, we TNR'd he last year and she has always appeared 
healthy-in fact since her spay, has become filled out and relaxed-we can even 
pet her on occaison. I have so much hope that the Imulan will help us-we are 
going to follow the once a week for a month on the injections and see where how 
it goes.
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Re: [Felvtalk] Autumn Update

2009-09-07 Thread Jane Lyons
This is such great news about Autumn and hopefully good news for all  
of our kitties. Please keep us updated on her
progress. I want to be able to keep these reports for my vet (about  
to be former vet) who has been so adamant
about the lack of testing and science and so hostile to the Imulan  
company.


Jane









On Sep 7, 2009, at 2:17 PM, Alice Flowers wrote:

I am so glad to hear that she is holding her own! I have asked my  
vet if she would consider trying the Imulan and she agreed. She has  
set up her account with them last week and hopefully will be able  
to place an order in the next week. Since rescuing 5 feral kittens  
last year (Oct 08) plus a bonus FeLV that was tossed into the feral  
colony, we have lost the 4 brothers in the past 5 months, only one  
barely made it to a year old. We still have the tabby sister, Rosie  
and the bonus kitty-Murphy. We had attempted a transfusion with the  
second one, with not so good results-he was euthanized after having  
a reaction during the procedure. We quit counting after 6 grand.  
This has been a long, heartbreaking journey. With only the 2 cats  
left and they are just a tad over a year old, we can't give up.  
Reading about Autumn has given us hope that there is something out  
there that will help. We already are giving the Interferon Alpha 2x  
a day. Rosie and Murphy appear
 healthy, bright and shiny, playful-but so did her brothers until  
they just crashed fast. Maybe in Rosie's case it may be the female  
gene-her mother is still alive and feral, we TNR'd he last year and  
she has always appeared healthy-in fact since her spay, has become  
filled out and relaxed-we can even pet her on occaison. I have so  
much hope that the Imulan will help us-we are going to follow the  
once a week for a month on the injections and see where how it goes.

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