I'm so sorry, Susan. I'm behind on email and hoping she has recovered.
Susan Ang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Autumn is sick again! Despite all of our precautions which include Lysol-ing
the bottom of our shoes when we come in from outside. This has been a really
bad illness for
I am behind on emails. I hope Autumn is holding her own. My vet never was on
board for interferon, I may use that later on. When Junior was first dx w
felv he ran fevers as high as 106.5. I was told they could be deadly. I
could not euthanize my precious baby as was suggested. I went to
Hi. I just saw this. These were Isabella's exact symptoms. She had a high
temp (got all the way to 107) and she was stiff (she acted like something on
her side hurt and she would move with stiff legs ~ she would roll on her
back and try push off from the wall to get up) and it looked like she
Where are you located? I have two that will consult by phone. Obviously not
as good as in person but, if you are interested, I will find contact
information. Try changing shoes instead of Lysoling them.
If you have men who will
I do not want to give you false hope because Autumn is very young,
and on her own path,
but 4 months ago I faced almost identical symptoms as you do. MeMe
had a gland at the base
of her throat that felt like a ping pong ball and I thought she was
having trouble swallowing.
I'm sorry to read that Autumn is ill again. I agree with Marylyn that
changing or removing shoes are way better options than Lysol use.
Does your vet know about ImmunoRegulin? It is a fairly
inexpensive treatment that has had helpful results for some
FeLV+ cats. It is not a cure, but it
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