Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor (for Heidi)

2010-08-07 Thread Alice Flowers
Heidi-here is a good link that describes the product:
 
 http://www.imulan.com/felv-fiv-treatment.html
It is from the Imulan Company and it's called LTCI. There has been increased 
interest in the product for FeLV and FIV cats. I have had 2 cats on it for 
almost a year. Does it work, I don't know as both of mine are still 
positive-but 
I truly believe their health has been improved with this product. We lost 
Rosie's 4 littermates last year before they reached a year old-Rosie is turning 
2 this month!! YAY! The literature said that some cats can fight off the virus 
and test negative. Rosie is doing great but Murphy has been struggling the past 
2-3 weeks with anemia, but is trying hard to rally back. He became so anemic a 
few weeks ago and I thought we were going to lose him. I think part of it may 
be 
due to trying to go 2 months and more between injections. Before that-they were 
both in the high 30s with HCT, and actually Rosie's last HCT was on 7/24 and it 
was 46.5. I started the treatments before they became ill, some people begin it 
when symptoms appear and they find this product out there in web searches. I 
hope your sweet little baby stays healthy. As you can tell from the postings on 
this site, many of us have lost our dear fur-children, I don't think it ever 
gets easier. Alice
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Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor (for Heidi)

2010-08-07 Thread Natalie
Wouldn't it help to use PetTinic in food for anemic cats?  I use it often,
not necessarily for FIV/FeLV positive cats. Natalie

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[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Alice Flowers
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 8:09 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor (for Heidi)

Heidi-here is a good link that describes the product:
 
 http://www.imulan.com/felv-fiv-treatment.html
It is from the Imulan Company and it's called LTCI. There has been increased

interest in the product for FeLV and FIV cats. I have had 2 cats on it for 
almost a year. Does it work, I don't know as both of mine are still
positive-but 
I truly believe their health has been improved with this product. We lost 
Rosie's 4 littermates last year before they reached a year old-Rosie is
turning 
2 this month!! YAY! The literature said that some cats can fight off the
virus 
and test negative. Rosie is doing great but Murphy has been struggling the
past 
2-3 weeks with anemia, but is trying hard to rally back. He became so anemic
a 
few weeks ago and I thought we were going to lose him. I think part of it
may be 
due to trying to go 2 months and more between injections. Before that-they
were 
both in the high 30s with HCT, and actually Rosie's last HCT was on 7/24 and
it 
was 46.5. I started the treatments before they became ill, some people begin
it 
when symptoms appear and they find this product out there in web searches. I

hope your sweet little baby stays healthy. As you can tell from the postings
on 
this site, many of us have lost our dear fur-children, I don't think it ever

gets easier. Alice
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Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor (for Heidi)

2010-08-07 Thread Heidi Werber
Thank you for the information on the LTC1.  What about Interferon??
I rescued a kitten a few weeks ago and he is FelV positive, otherwise healthy 
and showing no symptoms.  I have him isolated in a room away from my other cats 
and am trying to keep him comfortable.  I am trying to find him a home where he 
can be an only cat and will be kept indoors but I know this will be difficult.  
I am feeling kind of hopeless as it sounds like many of your sweet cats didn't 
make it past 1 year.  My vet said he could live many years if kept in the right 
environment but now I am not sure this is true.
I appreciate your feedback.  I hope I can find a home for Little as he is such 
a nice boy.  If you know of any sites where I can post his pic please et me 
know as I don't ant to give up yet.
Heidi

--- On Sat, 8/7/10, Natalie at...@optonline.net wrote:

From: Natalie at...@optonline.net
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor  (for Heidi)
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Saturday, August 7, 2010, 6:18 PM

Wouldn't it help to use PetTinic in food for anemic cats?  I use it often,
not necessarily for FIV/FeLV positive cats. Natalie

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From: felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org
[mailto:felvtalk-boun...@felineleukemia.org] On Behalf Of Alice Flowers
Sent: Saturday, August 07, 2010 8:09 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] LTCI Rumor (for Heidi)

Heidi-here is a good link that describes the product:
                                     
 http://www.imulan.com/felv-fiv-treatment.html
It is from the Imulan Company and it's called LTCI. There has been increased

interest in the product for FeLV and FIV cats. I have had 2 cats on it for 
almost a year. Does it work, I don't know as both of mine are still
positive-but 
I truly believe their health has been improved with this product. We lost 
Rosie's 4 littermates last year before they reached a year old-Rosie is
turning 
2 this month!! YAY! The literature said that some cats can fight off the
virus 
and test negative. Rosie is doing great but Murphy has been struggling the
past 
2-3 weeks with anemia, but is trying hard to rally back. He became so anemic
a 
few weeks ago and I thought we were going to lose him. I think part of it
may be 
due to trying to go 2 months and more between injections. Before that-they
were 
both in the high 30s with HCT, and actually Rosie's last HCT was on 7/24 and
it 
was 46.5. I started the treatments before they became ill, some people begin
it 
when symptoms appear and they find this product out there in web searches. I

hope your sweet little baby stays healthy. As you can tell from the postings
on 
this site, many of us have lost our dear fur-children, I don't think it ever

gets easier. Alice
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