Re: [Felvtalk] Charles fluid

2013-08-12 Thread Lorrie
Hi Marci,

Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going 
to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the
lasix for the rest of his life.  Your vet will know and meanwhile
keep a close eye on him.  I am so glad he is better for now.

Lorrie


On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote:
 Hi everyone,
 
Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his
breathing is a lot better, he is still slow walking and moving
around, I would say that is expected. We will do more x-rays when the
fluid is hopefully gone to see more, and blood work.  Does anyone have
any idea how long the fluid should take to get out? I guess it would
depend on how much fluid there is?  It is hard to see him so slow and
grouchy! But on a positive note, when I was making his food to hide his
pill in, he was rubbing on me, he was also trying to get in the
refrigerator! Ha! Thanks again everyone so much!
 
Thanks
Marci, Allyn  Charles


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Re: [Felvtalk] Charles fluid

2013-08-12 Thread dlgegg
I have been involved with Lil Bit lately, so may have missed something.  I am 
on a cancer group and am using the black salve on my leg to get rid of a 
Lymphoma and taking a tonic.  This stuff seems to cure just about everything.  
It is bitter, but many of the members swear by it.  Could be it could help 
Charles. I use a 3ml syringe and shoot it into he side of her mouth and then 
stroke her throat to make her swallow it.  If you would like, I could recommend 
you for membership.

 Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote: 
 Hi Marci,
 
 Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going 
 to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the
 lasix for the rest of his life.  Your vet will know and meanwhile
 keep a close eye on him.  I am so glad he is better for now.
 
 Lorrie
 
 
 On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote:
  Hi everyone,
  
 Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his
 breathing is a lot better, he is still slow walking and moving
 around, I would say that is expected. We will do more x-rays when the
 fluid is hopefully gone to see more, and blood work.  Does anyone have
 any idea how long the fluid should take to get out? I guess it would
 depend on how much fluid there is?  It is hard to see him so slow and
 grouchy! But on a positive note, when I was making his food to hide his
 pill in, he was rubbing on me, he was also trying to get in the
 refrigerator! Ha! Thanks again everyone so much!
  
 Thanks
 Marci, Allyn  Charles
 
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Charles fluid

2013-08-12 Thread Lee Evans
It's called Neoplasene for cancer. It does work some of the time but it did not 
work on Puss-Puss because her cancer was too advanced I think. She had a tumor 
that was coming from her hock bone. She didn't seem to mind the liquid though. 
My friend actually tasted a bit of it to see if it was horrendous but it 
wasn't. Her cat had an ear tumor but eventually died in spite of the 
Neoplasene. But it's probably good for squamous cell carcinoma on the surface 
of the skin.


 
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too!






 From: dlg...@windstream.net dlg...@windstream.net
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Charles  fluid
 

I have been involved with Lil Bit lately, so may have missed something.  I am 
on a cancer group and am using the black salve on my leg to get rid of a 
Lymphoma and taking a tonic.  This stuff seems to cure just about everything.  
It is bitter, but many of the members swear by it.  Could be it could help 
Charles. I use a 3ml syringe and shoot it into he side of her mouth and then 
stroke her throat to make her swallow it.  If you would like, I could 
recommend you for membership.

 Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote: 
 Hi Marci,
 
 Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going 
 to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the
 lasix for the rest of his life.  Your vet will know and meanwhile
 keep a close eye on him.  I am so glad he is better for now.
 
 Lorrie
 
 
 On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote:
      Hi everyone,
  
     Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his
     breathing is a lot better, he is still slow walking and moving
     around, I would say that is expected. We will do more x-rays when the
     fluid is hopefully gone to see more, and blood work.  Does anyone have
     any idea how long the fluid should take to get out? I guess it would
     depend on how much fluid there is?  It is hard to see him so slow and
     grouchy! But on a positive note, when I was making his food to hide his
     pill in, he was rubbing on me, he was also trying to get in the
     refrigerator! Ha! Thanks again everyone so much!
  
     Thanks
     Marci, Allyn  Charles
 
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Charles fluid

2013-08-12 Thread dlgegg
has chapperal and neem in it, are you sure it is th same?  Also this does not 
go by that name.

 Lee Evans moonsiste...@yahoo.com wrote: 
 It's called Neoplasene for cancer. It does work some of the time but it did 
 not work on Puss-Puss because her cancer was too advanced I think. She had a 
 tumor that was coming from her hock bone. She didn't seem to mind the liquid 
 though. My friend actually tasted a bit of it to see if it was horrendous but 
 it wasn't. Her cat had an ear tumor but eventually died in spite of the 
 Neoplasene. But it's probably good for squamous cell carcinoma on the surface 
 of the skin.


 
Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty neighbors 
too!






 From: dlg...@windstream.net dlg...@windstream.net
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, August 12, 2013 6:04 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Charles  fluid
 

I have been involved with Lil Bit lately, so may have missed something.  I am 
on a cancer group and am using the black salve on my leg to get rid of a 
Lymphoma and taking a tonic.  This stuff seems to cure just about everything.  
It is bitter, but many of the members swear by it.  Could be it could help 
Charles. I use a 3ml syringe and shoot it into he side of her mouth and then 
stroke her throat to make her swallow it.  If you would like, I could 
recommend you for membership.

 Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote: 
 Hi Marci,
 
 Depending on his condition, meaning if this fluid is going 
 to keep filling his lungs, you may have to continue using the
 lasix for the rest of his life.  Your vet will know and meanwhile
 keep a close eye on him.  I am so glad he is better for now.
 
 Lorrie
 
 
 On 08-12, Marci Greer wrote:
      Hi everyone,
  
     Thanks so much for all your thoughts! Charles is slowly improving, his
     breathing is a lot better, he is still slow walking and moving
     around, I would say that is expected. We will do more x-rays when the
     fluid is hopefully gone to see more, and blood work.  Does anyone have
     any idea how long the fluid should take to get out? I guess it would
     depend on how much fluid there is?  It is hard to see him so slow and
     grouchy! But on a positive note, when I was making his food to hide his
     pill in, he was rubbing on me, he was also trying to get in the
     refrigerator! Ha! Thanks again everyone so much!
  
     Thanks
     Marci, Allyn  Charles
 
 
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