Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-13 Thread Pam Norman
I'm in Spring Green!   It is good to know that the CCC can work with 
FeLeuk kitties, altho I have a good vet nearby in Dodgeville.  Do they 
use any holistic treatments?


On 6/11/2011 9:22 PM, Barb Moermond wrote:

I'm in Madison and use Cat Care Clinic.  Both of the vets there are members of
AAFP [www.catvets.com] and are both good with my babies.  I've been going there
since Ninja was diagnosed FeLV+ and suffering from seizures etc.  So, I've been
going to them since 1998 and still love them.  If you look at catvets.com, you
will be able to find other vet members by ZIP code.  There are other members at
other clinics here in the area, but I like the fact that CCC is cats only and
they know my babies.
  Barb+Smoky the House Puma+Miss Lilly Bird+Angel BanditNo


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life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile.

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From: Pam Normanpam_nor...@charter.net
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Sent: Fri, June 10, 2011 9:57:02 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to a
wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his first
recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that this would
probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That regular blood
work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.  Certainly hope that is the
case as just a couple of visits to UW would be well over $1000!

I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I
have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk
kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing vets,
I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do that?

Are any of you in Wisconsin?

Pam

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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-13 Thread Barb Moermond
Not as a regular part of their practice, but they have always been open to new 
information and research I've brought.  The first vet I used there, who is no 
longer there, had FeLV+ kittehs herself, so the viral status was just another 
piece of information to have in the kittehs file. 

they might have a holistic practice that they work with, but I've never looked 
into it.

if you end up using them, tell 'em I sent you:)
http://catcareclinic.net/
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From: Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net
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Sent: Mon, June 13, 2011 8:31:15 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

I'm in Spring Green!   It is good to know that the CCC can work with 
FeLeuk kitties, altho I have a good vet nearby in Dodgeville.  Do they 
use any holistic treatments?

On 6/11/2011 9:22 PM, Barb Moermond wrote:
 I'm in Madison and use Cat Care Clinic.  Both of the vets there are members of
 AAFP [www.catvets.com] and are both good with my babies.  I've been going 
there
 since Ninja was diagnosed FeLV+ and suffering from seizures etc.  So, I've 
been
 going to them since 1998 and still love them.  If you look at catvets.com, you
 will be able to find other vet members by ZIP code.  There are other members 
at
 other clinics here in the area, but I like the fact that CCC is cats only and
 they know my babies.
   Barb+Smoky the House Puma+Miss Lilly Bird+Angel BanditNo


 My cat the clown:  paying no mind to whom he should impress.  Merely living 
his
 life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile.

 - Anonymous




 
 From: Pam Normanpam_nor...@charter.net
 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
 Sent: Fri, June 10, 2011 9:57:02 PM
 Subject: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to a
 wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his first
 recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that this would
 probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That regular blood
 work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.  Certainly hope that is 
the
 case as just a couple of visits to UW would be well over $1000!

 I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I
 have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk
 kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing 
vets,
 I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do that?

 Are any of you in Wisconsin?

 Pam

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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread Lorrie
On 06-10, Pam Norman wrote:
 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets? 

I don't take my FelV cats for checkups unless they are sick.
The stress they feel when put in a carrier and taken to the  
vet is very bad for FelV cats.  Therefore I keep a close eye
on them and treat them if they need to see a vet. I also don't
update their shots once they are well protected.

Lorrie

 

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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread 2nd Hotmail
Mine go monthly for his CBC

Christy Stetler

On Jun 11, 2011, at 3:46 AM, Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote:

 On 06-10, Pam Norman wrote:
 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets? 
 
 I don't take my FelV cats for checkups unless they are sick.
 The stress they feel when put in a carrier and taken to the  
 vet is very bad for FelV cats.  Therefore I keep a close eye
 on them and treat them if they need to see a vet. I also don't
 update their shots once they are well protected.
 
 Lorrie
 
 
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread dlgegg
I agree, even ngative cats get upset going to the vet.  I think it is the noise 
the car makes.  I have found that driving over 50 mph sets them off.  Homey 
talks all the way (15 miles).  She says nooo way!  Under 50mph, they are all 
calmer so I set the cruise and allow enough time to get there in time.
 Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote: 
 On 06-10, Pam Norman wrote:
  Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets? 
 
 I don't take my FelV cats for checkups unless they are sick.
 The stress they feel when put in a carrier and taken to the  
 vet is very bad for FelV cats.  Therefore I keep a close eye
 on them and treat them if they need to see a vet. I also don't
 update their shots once they are well protected.
 
 Lorrie
 
  
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread dlgegg
Beth, I agree.  I only use the larger ER group when I have an emergency late at 
night or on weekends.  They are ok, nice, but just do not know each cat's 
personality and ractions to sounds and movements.
 Beth Noren maxgoodb...@gmail.com wrote: 
 Hi Pam,
 I think a good regular vet who is willing to listen is the absolute
 best kind.  I've tried another vet with a larger 24 hour practice who
 has pioneered some procedures. He was a mean, nasty ego-maniac.  I
 much prefer a smaller practice where they can spend time to get to
 really know you and your cat, even if they don't see a lot of FeLV.
 I have also used some specialists when needed, and they have are nice,
 but very busy and probably don't remember me or my cats in 6 months.
 Like the difference between a family doctor and a brain surgeon.  I
 would use U of WI as a specialist, and stick with the good regular vet
 for everything you and he feel comfortable tackling.  Hopefully it
 won't be much, my positives only health issue before the end was a
 bladder problem unrelated to his FeLV.  I know some others here will
 be able to offer advice on holistic vets, I've never used one for my
 cats.  I guess my only concern would be to keep the regular vet
 informed of any supplements or treatments that the other one provides,
 as I think it is really important that they have a complete picture of
 what is happening with their patient.
 
 Best wishes,
 Beth N.
 
 On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 10:57 PM, Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net wrote:
  Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to
  a wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his
  first recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that
  this would probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That
  regular blood work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.
   Certainly hope that is the case as just a couple of visits to UW would be
  well over $1000!
 
  I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I
  have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk
  kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing
  vets, I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do
  that?
 
  Are any of you in Wisconsin?
 
  Pam
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread Natalie
Almost all of our cats are very good at being in a carrier and going to the
vet, who is only 5-10 minutes away.  I leave a carrier out at all times, and
cats use it as a hiding place or bed.  About an hour before going to the
vet, I do a quick spray of Feliway into the carrier!  They all love to pile
in there, and I have to take them out so that the real patient can go (quite
happily!).

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Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

I agree, even ngative cats get upset going to the vet.  I think it is the
noise the car makes.  I have found that driving over 50 mph sets them off.
Homey talks all the way (15 miles).  She says nooo way!  Under 50mph, they
are all calmer so I set the cruise and allow enough time to get there in
time.
 Lorrie felineres...@frontier.com wrote: 
 On 06-10, Pam Norman wrote:
  Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets? 
 
 I don't take my FelV cats for checkups unless they are sick.
 The stress they feel when put in a carrier and taken to the  
 vet is very bad for FelV cats.  Therefore I keep a close eye
 on them and treat them if they need to see a vet. I also don't
 update their shots once they are well protected.
 
 Lorrie
 
  
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread Barb Moermond
I'm in Madison and use Cat Care Clinic.  Both of the vets there are members of 
AAFP [www.catvets.com] and are both good with my babies.  I've been going there 
since Ninja was diagnosed FeLV+ and suffering from seizures etc.  So, I've been 
going to them since 1998 and still love them.  If you look at catvets.com, you 
will be able to find other vet members by ZIP code.  There are other members at 
other clinics here in the area, but I like the fact that CCC is cats only and 
they know my babies.
 Barb+Smoky the House Puma+Miss Lilly Bird+Angel BanditNo 


My cat the clown:  paying no mind to whom he should impress.  Merely living 
his 
life, doing what pleases him, and making me smile. 

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From: Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Fri, June 10, 2011 9:57:02 PM
Subject: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to a 
wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his first 
recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that this would 
probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That regular blood 
work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.  Certainly hope that is 
the 
case as just a couple of visits to UW would be well over $1000!

I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I 
have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk 
kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing 
vets, 
I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do that?

Are any of you in Wisconsin?

Pam

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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-11 Thread Barb Moermond
Yes, an open-minded vet willing to look into new things is key.  CCC has always 
been open to all of the information I've sent them over the years; willing to 
discuss issues etc.  I am also the one who introduced them to Rescue Remedy! :)
 Barb+Smoky the House Puma+El Bandito Malito


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From: Melinda Kerr msk...@me.com
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Fri, June 10, 2011 10:19:33 PM
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

I am in a unique situation. We live on a military base in Japan with limited 
resources.   I take my cats to a general practice Japanese vet. He has kept my 
Fuji alive and healthy for almost a year.  She is FeLV positive with 
Mediastinal 
Lymphoma. I never had the opportunity to give her supplements or any of the 
other treatments that others use. My own experience had been that a low stress 
environment, attention to the slightest signs of illness, decent food and lots 
and lots of love have been sufficient!  


Of course every cat is different, but it seems as though a regular vet who is 
willing to do a bit of research on occasion is good enough for an asymptomatic 
cat.  


Melinda, Fuji, and VooDoo

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 11, 2011, at 11:57 AM, Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net wrote:

 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to a 
wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his first 
recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that this would 
probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That regular blood 
work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.  Certainly hope that is 
the 
case as just a couple of visits to UW would be well over $1000!
 
 I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I 
have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk 
kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing 
vets, 
I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do that?
 
 Are any of you in Wisconsin?
 
 Pam
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-10 Thread dlgegg
My vet is a GP. treats cats, dogs and lots of horses and cows so his info on 
things like  felv is not as good as a specialist, but, he welcomes every bit of 
information I bring him.  I print out a lot of the things all of the members 
come up with and he then does his own research on the subject.  We have both 
learned a lot since I got Annie.  He said since I do the preliminary research 
for him, it makes it easier for him to get into the details of it.


 Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net wrote: 
 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked 
 to a wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina) 
  his first recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then 
 said that this would probably not be necessary as long as she is 
 asymptomatic.  That regular blood work, every 6 months, would be the 
 main requirement.  Certainly hope that is the case as just a couple of 
 visits to UW would be well over $1000!
 
 I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I 
 think I have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot 
 of FeLeuk kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all 
 non-specializing vets, I would think, with those of a holistic vet as 
 well. Do any of you do that?
 
 Are any of you in Wisconsin?
 
 Pam
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-10 Thread Melinda Kerr
I am in a unique situation. We live on a military base in Japan with limited 
resources.   I take my cats to a general practice Japanese vet. He has kept my 
Fuji alive and healthy for almost a year.  She is FeLV positive with 
Mediastinal Lymphoma. I never had the opportunity to give her supplements or 
any of the other treatments that others use. My own experience had been that a 
low stress environment, attention to the slightest signs of illness, decent 
food and lots and lots of love have been sufficient!  

Of course every cat is different, but it seems as though a regular vet who is 
willing to do a bit of research on occasion is good enough for an asymptomatic 
cat.  

Melinda, Fuji, and VooDoo

Sent from my iPhone

On Jun 11, 2011, at 11:57 AM, Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net wrote:

 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to a 
 wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his 
 first recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that 
 this would probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That 
 regular blood work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.  Certainly 
 hope that is the case as just a couple of visits to UW would be well over 
 $1000!
 
 I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I 
 have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk 
 kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing 
 vets, I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do 
 that?
 
 Are any of you in Wisconsin?
 
 Pam
 
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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-10 Thread Beth Noren
Hi Pam,
I think a good regular vet who is willing to listen is the absolute
best kind.  I've tried another vet with a larger 24 hour practice who
has pioneered some procedures. He was a mean, nasty ego-maniac.  I
much prefer a smaller practice where they can spend time to get to
really know you and your cat, even if they don't see a lot of FeLV.
I have also used some specialists when needed, and they have are nice,
but very busy and probably don't remember me or my cats in 6 months.
Like the difference between a family doctor and a brain surgeon.  I
would use U of WI as a specialist, and stick with the good regular vet
for everything you and he feel comfortable tackling.  Hopefully it
won't be much, my positives only health issue before the end was a
bladder problem unrelated to his FeLV.  I know some others here will
be able to offer advice on holistic vets, I've never used one for my
cats.  I guess my only concern would be to keep the regular vet
informed of any supplements or treatments that the other one provides,
as I think it is really important that they have a complete picture of
what is happening with their patient.

Best wishes,
Beth N.

On Fri, Jun 10, 2011 at 10:57 PM, Pam Norman pam_nor...@charter.net wrote:
 Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets?  I talked to
 a wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina)  his
 first recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then said that
 this would probably not be necessary as long as she is asymptomatic.  That
 regular blood work, every 6 months, would be the main requirement.
  Certainly hope that is the case as just a couple of visits to UW would be
 well over $1000!

 I would like to combine the services  of a good regular vet, which I think I
 have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot of FeLeuk
 kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all non-specializing
 vets, I would think, with those of a holistic vet as well. Do any of you do
 that?

 Are any of you in Wisconsin?

 Pam

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Re: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

2011-06-10 Thread Sara Kasteleyn

We have a wonderful holistic-friendly vet who makes house calls.  She works in 
conjunction with our brick and mortar vet for blood work, tests, etc.  when 
necessary.  Now that we have lost our two FeLV+ angels, she takes care of our 
new babies.  The house call vet was the one that got us hooked up with LTCI.  
I'm certain Taj and Rani wouldn't have lasted as long as they did without the 
LTCI.  Both eventually succumbed to lymphomas of different types.  Brother and 
sister.  We will always miss them.

I don't think it's necessary to have a specialized vet...just a vet who is 
special and willing to listen.  

Sara

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Subject: [Felvtalk] Vets for Felv cats

Do you all have your FeLeuk kitties seen by your regular vets? I talked 
to a wonderful consulting vet I know re Miss Eleanor (formerly Sabrina) 
 his first recommendation was Internal Medicine at U of WI, but then 
said that this would probably not be necessary as long as she is 
asymptomatic. That regular blood work, every 6 months, would be the 
main requirement. Certainly hope that is the case as just a couple of 
visits to UW would be well over $1000!

I would like to combine the services of a good regular vet, which I 
think I have, altho he freely admits that is practice does not see a lot 
of FeLeuk kitties - which is probably pretty much the case with all 
non-specializing vets, I would think, with those of a holistic vet as 
well. Do any of you do that?

Are any of you in Wisconsin?

Pam

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