Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)/REPLY

2012-09-19 Thread GRAS
All the Hill's Science Diet foods are absolute junk!  Look at the
ingredients - you can do better reading labels on better quality foods, and
get better food for less.  Instead of A-D, to mix with meds and use syringe,
I cook chicken and then use my Magic Bullet to make a chicken mousse with
the broth that chicken was cooked in (after removing the fat). Our cats
actually used to prefer the dry Science Diet to the cans!

Natalie

 

 

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Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)/REPLY

 

Yes, that ino does help.  Thanks.  I'll look for the Nutra-Cal.  Is it sort
of like Ensure?  Or is it that brown gel like substance that comes in a
tube?  I used to give my one cat who had hepatitis that stuff.  Don't know
if it's the same.  I'll check it out.  It's funny but Chloe, FELV pos does
not like the dry Sci Diet food that much.  She prefers wet food.  She's very
finicky and i go thru lots of cans for her since she is so fussy.  

 

  _  

From: Lisa Conner lisa.con...@syniverse.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)

 

 

I used Nutra-Cal for my Felv kitty, Prancer that just passed away. He lived
for over 9 years!  I ordered it from my Vet or Entirely Pets.com
http://pets.com/ .  Also,  I used Interferon for many years and this was
only $25.00 for a bottle, the bottle lasted for about 2 months for his size
(10 lbs).   Prancer did not like wet food and I typically fed him Science
Diet or Purina One.  I know that is a bit pricey for some on a budget, but I
swear by it for a Felv catJ  

 

I also used these for a Felv Kitten (3 weeks old) that somebody threw out on
the street and I was lucky enough to be walking the dog when they dumped the
kitten off.   A friend of mine adopted the kitten and we are waiting to
retest the kitten.  The kitten is doing great!  Cisco actually had hookworms
and I found out from the vet that hookworms can kill a kitten!!  Hope this
information helps!

 

Lisa Conner


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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)

2012-09-18 Thread Lisa Conner

I used Nutra-Cal for my Felv kitty, Prancer that just passed away. He lived for 
over 9 years!  I ordered it from my Vet or Entirely Pets.com.  Also,  I used 
Interferon for many years and this was  only $25.00 for a bottle, the bottle 
lasted for about 2 months for his size (10 lbs).   Prancer did not like wet 
food and I typically fed him Science Diet or Purina One.  I know that is a bit 
pricey for some on a budget, but I swear by it for a Felv cat:)

I also used these for a Felv Kitten (3 weeks old) that somebody threw out on 
the street and I was lucky enough to be walking the dog when they dumped the 
kitten off.   A friend of mine adopted the kitten and we are waiting to retest 
the kitten.  The kitten is doing great!  Cisco actually had hookworms and I 
found out from the vet that hookworms can kill a kitten!!  Hope this 
information helps!

Lisa Conner
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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)/REPLY

2012-09-18 Thread dot winkler
Yes, that ino does help.  Thanks.  I'll look for the Nutra-Cal.  Is it sort of 
like Ensure?  Or is it that brown gel like substance that comes in a tube?  I 
used to give my one cat who had hepatitis that stuff.  Don't know if it's the 
same.  I'll check it out.  It's funny but Chloe, FELV pos does not like the dry 
Sci Diet food that much.  She prefers wet food.  She's very finicky and i go 
thru lots of cans for her since she is so fussy.  



 From: Lisa Conner lisa.con...@syniverse.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Tuesday, September 18, 2012 3:36 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten (Lisa)
 

 
 
I used Nutra-Cal for my Felv kitty, Prancer that just passed away. He lived for 
over 9 years!  I ordered it from my Vet or Entirely Pets.com.  Also,  I used 
Interferon for many years and this was  only $25.00 for a bottle, the bottle 
lasted for about 2 months for his size (10 lbs).   Prancer did not like wet 
food and I typically fed him Science Diet or Purina One.  I know that is a bit 
pricey for some on a budget, but I swear by it for a Felv catJ  
 
I also used these for a Felv Kitten (3 weeks old) that somebody threw out on 
the street and I was lucky enough to be walking the dog when they dumped the 
kitten off.   A friend of mine adopted the kitten and we are waiting to retest 
the kitten.  The kitten is doing great!  Cisco actually had hookworms and I 
found out from the vet that hookworms can kill a kitten!!  Hope this 
information helps!
 
Lisa Conner
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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Beth
L-lysine a good supplement to add, but if her glands are swollen, she needs to 
go to the vet for bloodwork. She may be fighting off an infection  need meds.

There is not reason you cannot keep her with your other cat if she continues to 
test positive. Just make sure you cat is up to date on it's FeLV vaccine. 
(initial vaccine  booster)

Beth


 
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 From: Maryam Ulomi ava...@gmail.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 12:39 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
 
Hello,

I'm sorry for that first email.
I wanted to find out if anyone had some
advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue who is 
FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral cat, her 
glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being cared for 
well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two adult cats.
I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein contents and no 
seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any other suggestions, hints, 
are very welcome!

Thank you 

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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Maryam Ulomi
Hello,
Thanks, she is already taking l-lysine twice a day. We have done stool sample, 
bloodwork and urine test and there is no infection, which is why my vet believe 
she will test positive again when retested in 3 months.


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On Sep 17, 2012, at 8:54, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:
 L-lysine a good supplement to add, but if her glands are swollen, she needs 
 to go to the vet for bloodwork. She may be fighting off an infection  need 
 meds.
 
 There is not reason you cannot keep her with your other cat if she continues 
 to test positive. Just make sure you cat is up to date on it's FeLV vaccine. 
 (initial vaccine  booster)
 
 Beth
 
  
 Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org
  
 
 From: Maryam Ulomi ava...@gmail.com
 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
 Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 12:39 PM
 Subject: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
 
 Hello,
 
 I'm sorry for that first email.
 I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue who 
 is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral cat, 
 her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being cared 
 for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two adult 
 cats.
 I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein contents and no 
 seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any other suggestions, 
 hints, are very welcome!
 
 Thank you 
 
 Sent from my iPhone.
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Marcia Baronda
Could there be a hidden infection? Something is causing those lymph nodes to 
swell. I admire you, for taking in this little kitten. 

Take care
Marcia

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On Sep 17, 2012, at 8:08 AM, Maryam Ulomi ava...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hello,
 Thanks, she is already taking l-lysine twice a day. We have done stool 
 sample, bloodwork and urine test and there is no infection, which is why my 
 vet believe she will test positive again when retested in 3 months.
 
 
 Sent from my iPhone.
 
 On Sep 17, 2012, at 8:54, Beth create_me_...@yahoo.com wrote:
 L-lysine a good supplement to add, but if her glands are swollen, she needs 
 to go to the vet for bloodwork. She may be fighting off an infection  need 
 meds.
 
 There is not reason you cannot keep her with your other cat if she continues 
 to test positive. Just make sure you cat is up to date on it's FeLV vaccine. 
 (initial vaccine  booster)
 
 Beth
 
  
 Don't Litter, Fix Your Critter! www.Furkids.org
  
 
 From: Maryam Ulomi ava...@gmail.com
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 Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 12:39 PM
 Subject: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
 
 Hello,
 
 I'm sorry for that first email.
 I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue who 
 is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral cat, 
 her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being cared 
 for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two adult 
 cats.
 I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein contents and no 
 seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any other suggestions, 
 hints, are very welcome!
 
 Thank you 
 
 Sent from my iPhone.
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Lee Evans
Could you trap the mother cat and have her tested, spayed, given rabies 
vaccination and put back in the colony if it's a colony or if a single cat, 
allow her to live where you found her and feed her?   If mom cat tests 
positive, kitten is probably fighting off the virus.  If mom cat tests 
negative, kitten probably has some other type of infection.


 
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 From: Maryam Ulomi ava...@gmail.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 7:39 AM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
 
Hello,

I'm sorry for that first email.
I wanted to find out if anyone had some
advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue who is 
FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral cat, her 
glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being cared for 
well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two adult cats.
I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein contents and no 
seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any other suggestions, hints, 
are very welcome!

Thank you 

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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Lorrie
I feel for you.. I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help. 

Lorrie

On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
 who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
 cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
 cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
 adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
 contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
 other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!
 
 Thank you 
 

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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread McKenna's
For everyone that gave me advice a couple weeks ago in regards to the 
FeLuk/FIV re-testing of our 2 1/2 year old greybie baby, Tickles. He still 
tested positive for the FeLuk virus and now also is FIV positive. We 
apparently had him tested before the 8-12 week FIV onset. We are 
disappointed, but still love him and he will be with us for the rest of his 
life. We have chosen to keep him separate from the other three. I know there 
are those of you who mix your negatives with your positives who are 
vaccinated, but we do not want to do that. We feel that with any vaccine, 
nothing is 100% guaranteed. We want to be completely safe. We have a 6 year 
old dominant, ok, bitchy at times, female. I can already see them scrapping. 
Thank you to everyone for your input and great advice.  :)


Melissa L. McKenna

-Original Message- 
From: Lorrie

Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:30 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

I feel for you.. I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help.

Lorrie

On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:

Hello,

I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!

Thank you



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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Lee Evans
If you think he might be lonely by himself, consider getting him a spayed 
female FeLv+ cat around his age to keep him company.  Cats are very sociable 
animals.


 
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To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
 
For everyone that gave me advice a couple weeks ago in regards to the FeLuk/FIV 
re-testing of our 2 1/2 year old greybie baby, Tickles. He still tested 
positive for the FeLuk virus and now also is FIV positive. We apparently had 
him tested before the 8-12 week FIV onset. We are disappointed, but still love 
him and he will be with us for the rest of his life. We have chosen to keep him 
separate from the other three. I know there are those of you who mix your 
negatives with your positives who are vaccinated, but we do not want to do 
that. We feel that with any vaccine, nothing is 100% guaranteed. We want to be 
completely safe. We have a 6 year old dominant, ok, bitchy at times, female. I 
can already see them scrapping. Thank you to everyone for your input and great 
advice.  :)

Melissa L. McKenna

-Original Message- From: Lorrie
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:30 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

I feel for you.. I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help.

Lorrie

On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
 who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
 cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
 cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
 adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
 contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
 other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!
 
 Thank you
 

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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread Beth
Thank you for keeping him. I looked at your pic of him on FB. Adorable!

Beth

McKenna's mckennas...@power-net.net wrote:

For everyone that gave me advice a couple weeks ago in regards to the 
FeLuk/FIV re-testing of our 2 1/2 year old greybie baby, Tickles. He still 
tested positive for the FeLuk virus and now also is FIV positive. We 
apparently had him tested before the 8-12 week FIV onset. We are 
disappointed, but still love him and he will be with us for the rest of his 
life. We have chosen to keep him separate from the other three. I know there 
are those of you who mix your negatives with your positives who are 
vaccinated, but we do not want to do that. We feel that with any vaccine, 
nothing is 100% guaranteed. We want to be completely safe. We have a 6 year 
old dominant, ok, bitchy at times, female. I can already see them scrapping. 
Thank you to everyone for your input and great advice.  :)

Melissa L. McKenna

-Original Message- 
From: Lorrie
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:30 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

I feel for you.. I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help.

Lorrie

On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:
 Hello,

 I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
 who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
 cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
 cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
 adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
 contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
 other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!

 Thank you


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Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

2012-09-17 Thread D.S.Louis
I have a female FIV positive and she is 3 years oldLOVE her more each 
daygot her from pound when she was 3-4 monthsBest cat I ever 
had.Really a big lover
 
Dorothy

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Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten
  
For everyone that gave me advice a couple weeks ago in regards to the FeLuk/FIV 
re-testing of our 2 1/2 year old greybie baby, Tickles. He still tested 
positive for the FeLuk virus and now also is FIV positive. We apparently had 
him tested before the 8-12 week FIV onset. We are disappointed, but still love 
him and he will be with us for the rest of his life. We have chosen to keep him 
separate from the other three. I know there are those of you who mix your 
negatives with your positives who are vaccinated, but we do not want to do 
that. We feel that with any vaccine, nothing is 100% guaranteed. We want to be 
completely safe. We have a 6 year old dominant, ok, bitchy at times, female. I 
can already see them scrapping. Thank you to everyone for your input and great 
advice.  :)

Melissa L. McKenna

-Original Message- From: Lorrie
Sent: Monday, September 17, 2012 3:30 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Nutrition and new FeLV positive kitten

I feel for you.. I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help.

Lorrie

On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:
 Hello,
 
 I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
 advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
 who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
 cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
 cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
 adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
 contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
 other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!
 
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