Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-28 Thread Sharyl
Other than telling them they need to keep the cats indoors I'm not sure what 
else you can do.  They obviously love their cats.  Jack has been neutered so 
that should reduce the FIV risk.  
  Bless you for helping them put with their cats.
  Sharyl Sissy and Rocket

Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Our volunteer forgot to get Star tested, so we dont' know her status.  She 
has been vaccinated and boostered.

I will check with the pets for the elderly resource, but this lady is not 
elderly, she is handicapped.  Not quite the same thing...

  On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 1:29 PM, MaryChristine [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  as we know, a loving, stress-free environment seems to be the most effective 
treatment for FeLVs. good nutrition is important, but less so, in my 
seldom-humble opinion, than the former. 

see if http://www.petsfortheelderly.org/ have any suggestions--i seriously 
doubt that your local shelter makes warding signs is one of their partners, 
but there are a lot of shelters around the country now that have 
meals-on-wheels for local elderly and disabled folks. you might also want to 
contact the local center for independent living and ask them 
if there are any local programs they know of--some food banks have animal food 
banks, too. (one has to wonder if this woman is aware of the various programs 
that she, herself, if quite possibly eligible.)

after you find out what the other cat's diagnosis is, i think doing what has 
been suggested is good--as long as we're talking FeLV. i don't see any 
particular reason to say much about the FIV. that the cat has a virus that 
might never become activated, just keep closer watch for changes, etc.
i might not use the word leukemia right away, cuz that in and of itself scares 
people. 

start a food pantry. contact the CIL and senior programs and find out about 
the ones that are operated in other parts of the country--it's a GREYT idea, 
and the need is incredible
  
  On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 8:55 PM, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


  
  Hi guys,

Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited amount of 
free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks in the area.  
I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her female cat up to be 
spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male cat, Jack, neutered.

Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6 
months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no 
aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish we 
had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is 
adoption, and this kitty already has a home.  

I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is wheelchair 
bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery store, which 
she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car and I am 
assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't ask, I don't 
like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium foods, supplements 
and the things we usually advise are probably out of the question.

I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any links to 
non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind animal loving 
people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know if they have 
internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be having tested 
tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again, but what can you 
do?).

Any advice is appreciated.

Kelley

-- 
Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

http://www.rescuties.org

Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

Check out our Memsaic!
http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9 

http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

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Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

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Check out our Memsaic!
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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-26 Thread MaryChristine
as we know, a loving, stress-free environment seems to be the most effective
treatment for FeLVs. good nutrition is important, but less so, in my
seldom-humble opinion, than the former.

see if http://www.petsfortheelderly.org/ have any suggestions--i seriously
doubt that your local shelter makes warding signs is one of their
partners, but there are a lot of shelters around the country now that have
meals-on-wheels for local elderly and disabled folks. you might also want to
contact the local center for independent living and ask them
if there are any local programs they know of--some food banks have animal
food banks, too. (one has to wonder if this woman is aware of the various
programs that she, herself, if quite possibly eligible.)

after you find out what the other cat's diagnosis is, i think doing what has
been suggested is good--as long as we're talking FeLV. i don't see any
particular reason to say much about the FIV. that the cat has a virus
that might never become activated, just keep closer watch for changes, etc.
i might not use the word leukemia right away, cuz that in and of itself
scares people.

start a food pantry. contact the CIL and senior programs and find out
about the ones that are operated in other parts of the country--it's a GREYT
idea, and the need is incredible
On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 8:55 PM, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi guys,

 Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited
 amount of free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks
 in the area.  I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her
 female cat up to be spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male
 cat, Jack, neutered.

 Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6
 months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no
 aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish
 we had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is
 adoption, and this kitty already has a home.

 I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is
 wheelchair bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery
 store, which she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car
 and I am assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't
 ask, I don't like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium
 foods, supplements and the things we usually advise are probably out of the
 question.

 I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any
 links to non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind
 animal loving people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know
 if they have internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be
 having tested tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again,
 but what can you do?).

 Any advice is appreciated.

 Kelley

 --
 Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

 http://www.rescuties.org

 Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

 Check out our Memsaic!
 http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9

 http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

 Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

 http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-26 Thread Kelley Saveika
Our volunteer forgot to get Star tested, so we dont' know her status.  She
has been vaccinated and boostered.

I will check with the pets for the elderly resource, but this lady is not
elderly, she is handicapped.  Not quite the same thing...

On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 1:29 PM, MaryChristine [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 as we know, a loving, stress-free environment seems to be the most
 effective treatment for FeLVs. good nutrition is important, but less so, in
 my seldom-humble opinion, than the former.

 see if http://www.petsfortheelderly.org/ have any suggestions--i seriously
 doubt that your local shelter makes warding signs is one of their
 partners, but there are a lot of shelters around the country now that have
 meals-on-wheels for local elderly and disabled folks. you might also want to
 contact the local center for independent living and ask them
 if there are any local programs they know of--some food banks have animal
 food banks, too. (one has to wonder if this woman is aware of the various
 programs that she, herself, if quite possibly eligible.)

 after you find out what the other cat's diagnosis is, i think doing what
 has been suggested is good--as long as we're talking FeLV. i don't see any
 particular reason to say much about the FIV. that the cat has a virus
 that might never become activated, just keep closer watch for changes, etc.
 i might not use the word leukemia right away, cuz that in and of itself
 scares people.

 start a food pantry. contact the CIL and senior programs and find out
 about the ones that are operated in other parts of the country--it's a GREYT
 idea, and the need is incredible
 On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 8:55 PM, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

 Hi guys,

 Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited
 amount of free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks
 in the area.  I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her
 female cat up to be spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male
 cat, Jack, neutered.

 Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6
 months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no
 aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish
 we had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is
 adoption, and this kitty already has a home.

 I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is
 wheelchair bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery
 store, which she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car
 and I am assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't
 ask, I don't like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium
 foods, supplements and the things we usually advise are probably out of the
 question.

 I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any
 links to non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind
 animal loving people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know
 if they have internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be
 having tested tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again,
 but what can you do?).

 Any advice is appreciated.

 Kelley

 --
 Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

 http://www.rescuties.org

 Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

 Check out our Memsaic!
 http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9

 http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

 Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

 http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

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Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

Check out our Memsaic!
http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9

http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-23 Thread Lynne
What wonderful work you do Kelley.  How old is Jack?  Has he showed any 
symptoms?  I have little knowledge of this horrible disease, just my own 
experience with my little guy who died, but I think if the lady is feeding him 
well and he'd doing ok I wouldn't alarm her with this news.  Maybe just tell 
her the prognosis and to watch for signs of the disease.  What else can you do. 
 If he becomes ill and expensive medications are out of the question then I 
guess we know what has to be done.  

That's rea;;u moce tjat upi are offering the free spay/neuter to people.  I got 
our Snowy from TLC animal aid and that was included in the fee.  $125.00.  We 
still haven't had her spayed because she suffered a little setback and had to 
have minor surgery, but when we do get her spayed, I'm gonna pay the fee anyway 
or give it to TLC.   The vets that work for these organizations around here are 
extremely generous with their services to needy animals.  

Lynne
  - Original Message - 
  From: Kelley Saveika 
  To: felvtalk 
  Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 8:55 PM
  Subject: Neighbor's cat double pos


  Hi guys,

  Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited amount 
of free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks in the 
area.  I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her female cat up 
to be spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male cat, Jack, 
neutered.

  Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6 
months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no 
aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish we 
had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is 
adoption, and this kitty already has a home.  

  I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is 
wheelchair bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery 
store, which she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car and 
I am assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't ask, I 
don't like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium foods, 
supplements and the things we usually advise are probably out of the question.

  I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any links 
to non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind animal loving 
people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know if they have 
internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be having tested 
tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again, but what can you 
do?).

  Any advice is appreciated.

  Kelley

  -- 
  Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

  http://www.rescuties.org

  Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

  http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

  Check out our Memsaic!
  http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9 

  http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

  Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

  http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

  Rather than helping, it's easier to point fingers and say take them first 
as long as you leave me alone. 


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RE: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-23 Thread Chris
You know, there are probably thousands and thousands more undiagnosed cats
then diagnosed ones.  What matters most for these little ones, at least in
my opinion, is the overall care and love they get.  If they're safe, not
hungry, and in general good health-that's half the battle.  The rest is
great and I do give my some higher quality foods but everyone just does the
best they can.  I'm not sure frightening this disabled woman would help Jack
in the long run.  There are decent foods at the supermarket and my guess is
that these kitties also get tastes of human food as well.  Perhaps talking
to her about supplementing their kitty food with some plain chicken or beef
or even veggies when she has extra wouldn't hurt.  Listen, my family had 3
cats who lived to 23, 22, 24 and they survived on 9 Lives and human food!  

 

Explaining FELV or FIV is tricky because people think aids or leukemia.
Maybe just saying that Jack's got a virus that makes him more prone to
develop infections, etc. would be less frightening.  Do you know how old the
kitties are?

 

Christiane Biagi

914-632-4672

Cell:  914-720-6888

[EMAIL PROTECTED] 

 

From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Kelley Saveika
Sent: Friday, May 23, 2008 8:55 PM
To: felvtalk
Subject: Neighbor's cat double pos

 

Hi guys,

Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited amount
of free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks in the
area.  I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her female cat
up to be spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male cat, Jack,
neutered.

Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6
months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no
aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish
we had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is
adoption, and this kitty already has a home.  

I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is
wheelchair bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery
store, which she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car
and I am assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't
ask, I don't like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium
foods, supplements and the things we usually advise are probably out of the
question.

I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any links
to non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind animal
loving people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know if
they have internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be
having tested tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again,
but what can you do?).

Any advice is appreciated.

Kelley

-- 
Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

http://www.rescuties.org

Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

Check out our Memsaic!
http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9 

http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-23 Thread Kelley Saveika
You're right.  We probably shouldn't even have tested him, and normally I
wouldn't, but there is another cat in the house, Star.  We had her spayed
and initial vacs for distemper, rabies and FELV 2 weeks ago, and she's going
to be boostered and tested tomorrow.  I don't know exact ages on either -
apparently healthy young adults.

On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 9:29 PM, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  You know, there are probably thousands and thousands more undiagnosed
 cats then diagnosed ones.  What matters most for these little ones, at least
 in my opinion, is the overall care and love they get.  If they're safe, not
 hungry, and in general good health—that's half the battle.  The rest is
 great and I do give my some higher quality foods but everyone just does the
 best they can.  I'm not sure frightening this disabled woman would help Jack
 in the long run.  There are decent foods at the supermarket and my guess is
 that these kitties also get tastes of human food as well.  Perhaps talking
 to her about supplementing their kitty food with some plain chicken or beef
 or even veggies when she has extra wouldn't hurt.  Listen, my family had 3
 cats who lived to 23, 22, 24 and they survived on 9 Lives and human food!



 Explaining FELV or FIV is tricky because people think aids or leukemia…
 Maybe just saying that Jack's got a virus that makes him more prone to
 develop infections, etc. would be less frightening.  Do you know how old the
 kitties are?



 *Christiane Biagi*

 *914-632-4672*

 *Cell:  914-720-6888*

 [EMAIL PROTECTED] *



 *From:* [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] *On Behalf Of *Kelley Saveika
 *Sent:* Friday, May 23, 2008 8:55 PM
 *To:* felvtalk
 *Subject:* Neighbor's cat double pos



 Hi guys,


 Lately Rescuties has been expanding our services to include a limited
 amount of free spay/neuter for the pets of handicapped or housebound folks
 in the area.  I have a neighbor who is wheelchair bound, so we took her
 female cat up to be spayed a couple of weeks ago.  Today we had their male
 cat, Jack, neutered.

 Sadly, Jack is double positive.  I guess we can have him tested again in 6
 months, but we aren't going to be able to do the IFA and certainly no
 aggressive treatment if he gets sick.  We just don't have the funds.  I wish
 we had enough money to help every kitty in Austin, but our primary focus is
 adoption, and this kitty already has a home.

 I have no clue what to do here, or how to advise this woman.  She is
 wheelchair bound and the food she feeds the animals comes from the grocery
 store, which she rides to on her wheelchair.  The family does not own a car
 and I am assuming whatever money they get comes from disability (I didn't
 ask, I don't like to pry and my primary focus is the cats) but premium
 foods, supplements and the things we usually advise are probably out of the
 question.

 I didn't want to distress or scare her too much - does anyone have any
 links to non scary FELV info for the lay person?  These are nice kind
 animal loving people, but not highly educated in cat diseases.  I don't know
 if they have internet or not.  There is another cat in the home we will be
 having tested tomorrow (which really is getting outside of our scope again,
 but what can you do?).

 Any advice is appreciated.

 Kelley

 --
 Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a time.

 http://www.rescuties.org

 Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

 http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20

 Check out our Memsaic!
 http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9

 http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

 Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

 http://rescuties.chipin.com/kitties-medical-expenses

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Vist the Rescuties store and save a kitty life!

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Check out our Memsaic!
http://www.memsaic.com/app/launch.cfm?sid=08D2CAB2A6E9

http://www.zazzle.com/rescuties*

Please help with some of our kitties medical needs!

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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-23 Thread Belinda Sauro
   Hi Kelley,
   A predicament indeed ... I would just explain that is they can afford 
it they should get any negs vaccinated, do the best as far as food they 
can afford and most important as far as I am concerned keep stress to a 
minimum.

The cats all live together already so have been exposed to each other so 
now it's just a matter of doing the best they can with what they have.  
Bailey ate Fancy Feast of his 11 years, it was only until the last year 
and a half or so I started feeding raw, he was healthy until the last 6 
months of his life.

Stress in my mind is far more important than anything else, Fancy Feast 
if they can afford it is one of the better store bought foods if there 
is such a thing. I know a lot of cancer, CRF and other kitties with 
health issues eating Fancy Feast and they are doing just fine.

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Re: Neighbor's cat double pos

2008-05-23 Thread Kelley Saveika
Be thinking negative thoughts for Starshe goes in to be tested tomorrow.

I really hate light pos results...

On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 12:15 AM, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 Hi Belinda,

 Good advice.  I would imagine his major stress is going to be transitioning
 from an outdoor to an indoor kitty.  Hopefully the neutering will help with
 that.


 On Sat, May 24, 2008 at 12:08 AM, Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 wrote:

   Hi Kelley,
   A predicament indeed ... I would just explain that is they can afford
 it they should get any negs vaccinated, do the best as far as food they
 can afford and most important as far as I am concerned keep stress to a
 minimum.

 The cats all live together already so have been exposed to each other so
 now it's just a matter of doing the best they can with what they have.
 Bailey ate Fancy Feast of his 11 years, it was only until the last year
 and a half or so I started feeding raw, he was healthy until the last 6
 months of his life.

 Stress in my mind is far more important than anything else, Fancy Feast
 if they can afford it is one of the better store bought foods if there
 is such a thing. I know a lot of cancer, CRF and other kitties with
 health issues eating Fancy Feast and they are doing just fine.

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