Re: test

2008-07-14 Thread catatonya
same here

Sharyl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:I received your test and the one 
response.  The 1st messages I have received in a couple of days.
  Sharyl

--- On Sun, 7/13/08, Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  From: Sherry DeHaan [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: test
To: Felvtalk felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Sunday, July 13, 2008, 5:44 PM

  i have gotten back the last 2 messages i sent telling me they could 
not be delivered. :(


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Re: test

2008-07-13 Thread Alice hanson
well, I got this message. I have noticed that allot of the emails go directly 
to the junk box. My computer must think they are suspicious.
alice
  - Original Message - 
  From: Sherry DeHaanmailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  To: Felvtalkmailto:felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Sunday, July 13, 2008 4:44 PM
  Subject: test


i have gotten back the last 2 messages i sent telling me they could not 
be delivered. :( 

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RE: test

2008-07-13 Thread Debbie Harrison

Sherry, I am new to your site, but you came through just fine!Debbie (COL)You 
gotta bloom where you're planted!

Date: Sun, 13 Jul 2008 14:44:09 -0700From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: testTo: 
felvtalk@felineleukemia.org



i have gotten back the last 2 messages i sent telling me they could not be 
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RE: test

2008-06-18 Thread Debbie Harrison

I just joined...and I got ya, too!Debbie (COL)You gotta bloom where you're 
planted!


Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 19:00:14 -0700From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Re: testTo: 
felvtalk@felineleukemia.org



I got ya Kelley--- On Tue, 6/17/08, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
From: Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED]Subject: testTo: felvtalk 
Felvtalk@felineleukemia.orgDate: Tuesday, June 17, 2008, 9:35 PM
Is the list working?  I miss all the kind and helpful people that populate 
it-- Rescuties - Saving the world, one cat at a 
time.http://www.rescuties.orgVist the Rescuties store and save a kitty 
life!http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/redirect-home?tag=rescuties-20Check 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 
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Re: test

2008-06-18 Thread wendy
I'm still here too; just very sporadically.  Trying to catch up today.  Hope 
all of you are doing fantastic!
:)
Wendy

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the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has! ~~~ Margaret Meade 
~~~



- Original Message 
From: Debbie Harrison [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Wednesday, June 18, 2008 7:56:42 AM
Subject: RE: test

I just joined...and I got ya, too!

Debbie (COL)
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Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2008 19:00:14 -0700
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: Re: test
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org


I got ya Kelley

--- On Tue, 6/17/08, Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

From: Kelley Saveika [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Subject: test
To: felvtalk Felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2008, 9:35 PM


Is the list working?  I miss all the kind and helpful people that populate 
it

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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!
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Re: test

2008-06-17 Thread Sherry DeHaan
I got ya Kelley

--- On Tue, 6/17/08, Kelley Saveika lt;[EMAIL PROTECTED]gt; wrote:

From: Kelley Saveika lt;[EMAIL PROTECTED]gt;
Subject: test
To: felvtalk lt;Felvtalk@felineleukemia.orggt;
Date: Tuesday, June 17, 2008, 9:35 PM


Is the list working?nbsp; I miss all the kind and helpful people that populate 
it

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

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RE: Test

2008-05-22 Thread Chris
I hit reply only on this on and it went to felvtalk...  but other posts only
go to the individual who posted--don't know why...

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Sent: Thursday, May 22, 2008 8:40 AM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Test

Checking to see where the reply goes.

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Re: Test

2008-05-22 Thread TatorBunz
 
 
The reply came back to the list not to the  respondee.
 
In a message dated 5/22/2008 5:50:20 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

Checking  to see where the reply goes.





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Re: Test

2008-05-22 Thread TatorBunz
 
 
The reply came back to the list not to the re  spondee.
 
In a message dated 5/22/2008 5:50:20 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
 
Checking to see where the reply goes.





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Re: Test

2008-05-22 Thread Belinda Sauro
OK, I am just sending this using reply not reply all and it looks like 
it is going to the list.

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Re: Test

2008-05-22 Thread Sally Davis
looks like it was fixed.

thanks

sally


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Re: Test that wasn't

2008-04-25 Thread Sharyl
Sue, will keep our fingers, toes and paws crossed for Buzz next week.  
  Sharyl  

Sue  Frank Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  I took Buzz to the vet's and waited for about 20 minutes.  The vet 
came out and told me she was overwhelmed with emergencies and would I 
reschedule.  So the test is postponed until next Thursday. I would rather be 
rescheduled then be an emergency.  One of the emergencies was a cat having a 
reaction to medication.  I just hope he will be ok.
  This is the second time I've tried to post this.  The first time it bounced 
back to me with a message that said Results:  Ignoring non-text/plain MIME 
parts.  I'm not sure what that means.  The first post was not much different 
then this.
  Sue


   
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Re: Test that wasn't

2008-04-24 Thread MaryChristine
i have to agree that i'd rather have a postponed test! good thoughts to the
sick kitties...

and sometimes, well, the internet is just out to get us. remember, the list
told us all that we'd been unsubscribed earlier this week

MC



On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 8:35 PM, Sue  Frank Koren [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

  I took Buzz to the vet's and waited for about 20 minutes.  The vet came
 out and told me she was overwhelmed with emergencies and would I
 reschedule.  So the test is postponed until next Thursday. I would rather be
 rescheduled then be an emergency.  One of the emergencies was a cat having a
 reaction to medication.  I just hope he will be ok.
 This is the second time I've tried to post this.  The first time it bounced
 back to me with a message that said Results:  Ignoring non-text/plain MIME
 parts.  I'm not sure what that means.  The first post was not much
 different then this.
 Sue




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RE: test

2008-04-22 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
Me too, Tonya, both at home and at work.  When I saw the one at home, I
thought maybe it was because my inbox was nearly full -- but at work I
usually have a maximum of 100 items.  
 
Diane R.



From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of catatonya
Sent: Monday, April 21, 2008 7:25 PM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: test


i got a notice saying i was bounced off the list. i rejoined, or
whatever.I don't know what would cause my account to bounce.
t

Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Hi Tonya,
I never say a message about Bob's CRF, I did see a message
asking me 
if I was around.

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Re: test

2008-04-21 Thread catatonya
I sent a message to Belinda last week too.  I just thought she was busy.  I 
don't remember checking to see if it showed up.   It was about Bob's crf.
  t

Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi Terrie,
  Got this but not the message from earlier, what was it??

  Neither am Ias I sent a message to Belinda yesterday still hasn't shown 
up.

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Re: test

2008-04-21 Thread Belinda Sauro

Hi Tonya,
  I never say a message about Bob's CRF, I did see a message asking me 
if I was around.


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Re: test

2008-04-21 Thread Kelley Saveika
There is something wrong with this group.

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 9:26 AM, Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

Hi Tonya,
  I never say a message about Bob's CRF, I did see a message asking me if I
 was around.

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Re: test

2008-04-21 Thread catatonya
i got a notice saying i was bounced off the list. i rejoined, or 
whatever.I don't know what would cause my account to bounce.
  t

Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  Hi Tonya,
I never say a message about Bob's CRF, I did see a message asking me 
if I was around.

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Re: test

2008-04-21 Thread buttonstc
The exact same thing happened to me a few days ago.  When I triedd to
re-subscribe, it rejected that so I tried again at another addy which I
have. We'll see what happens.  

Probably some kind of computer worm or virus or something.

C.
On Mon, 21 Apr 2008 17:24:35 -0700 (PDT), catatonya
[EMAIL PROTECTED] said:
 i got a notice saying i was bounced off the list. i rejoined, or
 whatever.I don't know what would cause my account to bounce.
   t
 
 Belinda Sauro [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
   Hi Tonya,
 I never say a message about Bob's CRF, I did see a message asking me 
 if I was around.
 
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Re: test

2008-04-20 Thread Kerry Roach
I didn't get anything about any of it..Just wondering if you all got the message that I posted about Angel Inky? 
Kerry



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Re: test

2008-04-19 Thread Sally Davis
Maybe someone hacked the site.

I did not use the link in the email to reactivate. I went directly to thw
webpage. All seems well now.

Sally


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 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 Clarissa!

 http://rescuties.chipin.com/clarissasheart

 Rather than helping, it's easier to point fingers and say take them
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Re: test

2008-04-19 Thread Gloria Lane
Sometimes the hosting companies get a lot of spam coming from them,  
for whatever reason.  Like the company that felineleukemia.org resides  
on.   If that possibly happens, they get on a black list, and other  
companies will bounce all the email.  I dunno, but a possibility.   
It's happened to me in other settings.  May be something else of course.


Gloria



On Apr 19, 2008, at 8:05 AM, Sally Davis wrote:


Maybe someone hacked the site.

I did not use the link in the email to reactivate. I went directly  
to thw webpage. All seems well now.


Sally


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 940.395.5393

 God Bless!!!



--
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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 Clarissa!

http://rescuties.chipin.com/clarissasheart

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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angel), Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily,  
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Spike Please Visit my Message board for some pictures. You are  
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Re: test

2008-04-19 Thread TatorBunz
Neither am Ias I sent a message to Belinda yesterday still hasn't shown  
up.
 
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Re: test

2008-04-19 Thread Belinda Sauro

  Hi Terrie,
 Got this but not the message from earlier, what was it??

Neither am Ias I sent a message to Belinda yesterday still hasn't 
shown up.


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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread Gloria Lane
I was dropped from the mailing list because my mail from FELVtalk to  
me was bouncingprobably a spam related thing...



On Apr 18, 2008, at 4:14 PM, Sally Davis wrote:


My Mail was bouncing.

Sally

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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread Marylyn

I got it but I have been told mine was bouncing too.
On Apr 18, 2008, at 4:14 PM, Sally Davis wrote:


My Mail was bouncing.

Sally

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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread James G Wilson
On 18 Apr 2008 at 16:37, Marylyn wrote:

 I got it but I have been told mine was bouncing too.

I'm the list administrator, and I received the same 
message earlier today. Not sure what the problem was. 
Let's hope that it's fixed now. Please let me know if 
anyone has any further problems with the list. Regards.

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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread Sally Davis
I got this, so I am assuming everything is ok.

Sally

On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 5:14 PM, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 My Mail was bouncing.

 Sally

 --
 Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soulmate angel),
 Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily, Daisy, Pewter,
 Junior Junior (newest) I call him JJ , Silver, and  Spike  Please Visit my
 Message board for some pictures. You are welcome to sign up.

 http://www.k6az.com/ki4spk/index.php?sid=c57c00cf5804ef13853ed6e77a68eed3




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Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soulmate angel),
Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily, Daisy, Pewter,
Junior Junior (newest) I call him JJ , Silver, and Spike Please Visit my
Message board for some pictures. You are welcome to sign up.

http://www.k6az.com/ki4spk/index.php?sid=c57c00cf5804ef13853ed6e77a68eed3


Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread Jane Lyons

I do not think mine goes through
On Apr 18, 2008, at 6:15 PM, Sally Davis wrote:


I got this, so I am assuming everything is ok.

Sally

On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 5:14 PM, Sally Davis [EMAIL PROTECTED]  
wrote:

My Mail was bouncing.

Sally

--
Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soulmate  
angel), Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily,  
Daisy, Pewter, Junior Junior (newest) I call him JJ , Silver, and   
Spike  Please Visit my Message board for some pictures. You are  
welcome to sign up.


http://www.k6az.com/ki4spk/index.php? 
sid=c57c00cf5804ef13853ed6e77a68eed3




--
Sally, Eric (not a cat),Junior(angel), Tiny(angel) Fluffy(soulmate  
angel), Speedy, Grey and White, Ittle Bitty, Little Black, Lily,  
Daisy, Pewter, Junior Junior (newest) I call him JJ , Silver, and  
Spike Please Visit my Message board for some pictures. You are  
welcome to sign up.


http://www.k6az.com/ki4spk/index.php? 
sid=c57c00cf5804ef13853ed6e77a68eed3




Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread TatorBunz
I got it toosays I'm bouncing!
 
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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread MaryChristine
maybe spring has sprung? (got the same message earlier today)

On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 7:03 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  I got it toosays I'm bouncing!

 *TAZZY'S ANIMAL TRANSPORTS
 SIAMESE  COLLIE RESCUE
 http://tazzys.org/ http://tazzys.org/index.html
 *
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Re: test

2008-04-18 Thread Beth Gouldin
I also got the bounced message - said that it would de-activate my account
if I didn't sign in, etc.


On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 6:07 PM, MaryChristine [EMAIL PROTECTED]
wrote:

 maybe spring has sprung? (got the same message earlier today)


 On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 7:03 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

   I got it toosays I'm bouncing!
 
  *TAZZY'S ANIMAL TRANSPORTS
  SIAMESE  COLLIE RESCUE
  http://tazzys.org/ http://tazzys.org/index.html
  *
  http://www.hurricanepetsrescue.org/***
 
  Terrie Mohr-Forker
 
  *
 
 
 
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 Maybe That'll Make The Difference

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 MSN: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 ICQ: 289856892




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940.395.5393

God Bless!!!


Re: test please ignore

2008-03-27 Thread Belinda Sauro

Gary,
  Looks like it is working, I got it.

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Re: test results your interpretation/your advice

2007-08-05 Thread catatonya

It sounds like Gunnar is negative to me.  If you want to be sure you could test 
one more time.  But remember that some cats test positive and are just 
'carriers' and never get sick themselves.. Congratulations!
   
  tonya
  
Susan Franklin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
My baby boy, Gunnar, will celebrate his first anniversary with his two 
sisters, Kelly (17) and Meagan (8) and his better than a Dad Ricky on August 
2.
   
  Can you help me interpret his initial test results from one year ago - we 
have decided that through our faith and prayers that he has thrown the virus 
(or never had it) and will NOT retest him (it doesn't matter, we love him).
   
  But...his initial test results were:
   
  Test  FeLV Elisa
  Results Positive
  Reference Range Negative 
  Units Antigen
   
  Test FIV Elisa
  Results Negative
  Reference Range Negative
  Units Elisa
   
   
  Can someone, in plain English, explain these FELV results, please.  Your 
assistance in this is much appreciated.  
   
  For the year that I have been a part of this list and reading your advice and 
stories, I TRUST YOU MORE THAN ANY VET THAT I COULD SPEAK WITH.  You are brave 
people who sometimes take the worse and make it better, who through the worse 
adversity stand tall and proud and roll with the punches, who adopt kits who 
wouldn't normally be saved or given a home - I SAY MY PRAYERS AND GIVE MY 
THANKS TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.  In my hours of need, each of you and your 
words were there for me, and my family, giving us faith, giving us strength and 
giving us the best advice on Earth.  I WANT TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU 
(especially Catatonya) FOR YOUR HOPE AND GUIDANCE.  MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND 
EVERY ONE OF YOU.
   
  As for me and family family of Ricky, me (Sissy), Kelly (17), Meagan (8) 
and Gunnar (2), thank you all from the bottom of each of our hearts.  When it 
was needed, you truly saved the day.  Gunnar is now part of the family because 
we were given the hope that he could safely live with two negative Sisters.  I 
don't know what we would do without him - I also thank God that He made it 
impossible to adopt Gunnar out - I now get to keep him for myself.   
   
  Thanks for your help.  Thank you for EVERYTHING.  You guys are God's gift!  
Take care and keep the faith.
   
   





Re: test results your interpretation/your advice

2007-07-31 Thread wendy
Susan,

Thank you for your sweet words.  I feel strongly about this group too.

I don't think I can answer your question very well, other than that those tests 
can be wrong.  Either he was positive, and threw the virus.  Or he wasn't 
positive at all and the first test was wrong.  Or he is positive and the second 
test was wrong.  No matter what, I feel as you do.  It doesn't matter; you'll 
love him just the same.  The only thing you have to keep in mind is if he IS 
positive, you might want to supplement him with immune boosters.  I think 
there's a good chance he's not though.

So happy things are going well for your brood!
God bless,
:)
Wendy
 
Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the 
world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has! ~~~ Margaret Meade ~~~



- Original Message 
From: Susan Franklin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 7:36:59 PM
Subject: test results your interpretation/your advice


My baby boy, Gunnar, will celebrate his first anniversary with his two sisters, 
Kelly (17) and Meagan (8) and his better than a Dad Ricky on August 2.
 
Can you help me interpret his initial test results from one year ago - we have 
decided that through our faith and prayers that he has thrown the virus (or 
never had it) and will NOT retest him (it doesn't matter, we love him).
 
But...his initial test results were:
 
Test  FeLV Elisa
Results Positive
Reference Range Negative 
Units Antigen
 
Test FIV Elisa
Results Negative
Reference Range Negative
Units Elisa
 
 
Can someone, in plain English, explain these FELV results, please.  Your 
assistance in this is much appreciated.  
 
For the year that I have been a part of this list and reading your advice and 
stories, I TRUST YOU MORE THAN ANY VET THAT I COULD SPEAK WITH.  You are brave 
people who sometimes take the worse and make it better, who through the worse 
adversity stand tall and proud and roll with the punches, who adopt kits who 
wouldn't normally be saved or given a home - I SAY MY PRAYERS AND GIVE MY 
THANKS TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.  In my hours of need, each of you and your 
words were there for me, and my family, giving us faith, giving us strength and 
giving us the best advice on Earth.  I WANT TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU 
(especially Catatonya) FOR YOUR HOPE AND GUIDANCE.  MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND 
EVERY ONE OF YOU.
 
As for me and family family of Ricky, me (Sissy), Kelly (17), Meagan (8) and 
Gunnar (2), thank you all from the bottom of each of our hearts.  When it was 
needed, you truly saved the day.  Gunnar is now part of the family because we 
were given the hope that he could safely live with two negative Sisters.  I 
don't know what we would do without him - I also thank God that He made it 
impossible to adopt Gunnar out - I now get to keep him for myself.   
 
Thanks for your help.  Thank you for EVERYTHING.  You guys are God's gift!  
Take care and keep the faith.


   

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Re: test results your interpretation/your advice

2007-07-31 Thread Susan Dubose
Susan,

I agree w/ Wendy.

I would supplement his diet regardless w/ some immune boosters like the ones we 
have been discussing on list, as well as the other 2 kitties.

It can't hurt to take precautions.

Susan J. DuBose  ^..^
www.PetGirlsPetsitting.com
www.Tx.SiameseRescue.org
www.shadowcats.net
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   Faithful Bast at her side did wait,
   Purring welcomes of soft applause,
   Ever guarding with sharpened claws.
 Trajan Tennent




  - Original Message - 
  From: wendy 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 8:57 PM
  Subject: Re: test results your interpretation/your advice


  Susan,

  Thank you for your sweet words.  I feel strongly about this group too.

  I don't think I can answer your question very well, other than that those 
tests can be wrong.  Either he was positive, and threw the virus.  Or he wasn't 
positive at all and the first test was wrong.  Or he is positive and the second 
test was wrong.  No matter what, I feel as you do.  It doesn't matter; you'll 
love him just the same.  The only thing you have to keep in mind is if he IS 
positive, you might want to supplement him with immune boosters.  I think 
there's a good chance he's not though.

  So happy things are going well for your brood!
  God bless,
  :)
  Wendy
   
  Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change 
the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has! ~~~ Margaret Meade 
~~~


   

Re: test results your interpretation/your advice

2007-07-31 Thread HIDEYO YAMAMOTO
it's hard to know for sure what really happened as we cannot re-test the blood 
from a year ago obviously.. but I would not be surprised at al he was exposed 
to the virus a year ago, and threw the virus off - again, it's not that 
uncommon for an older kitty -- either way, it's a great news!! congratulations!!
  - Original Message - 
  From: wendymailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.orgmailto:felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 7:57 PM
  Subject: Re: test results your interpretation/your advice


  Susan,

  Thank you for your sweet words.  I feel strongly about this group too.

  I don't think I can answer your question very well, other than that those 
tests can be wrong.  Either he was positive, and threw the virus.  Or he wasn't 
positive at all and the first test was wrong.  Or he is positive and the second 
test was wrong.  No matter what, I feel as you do.  It doesn't matter; you'll 
love him just the same.  The only thing you have to keep in mind is if he IS 
positive, you might want to supplement him with immune boosters.  I think 
there's a good chance he's not though.

  So happy things are going well for your brood!
  God bless,
  :)
  Wendy
   
  Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change 
the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has! ~~~ Margaret Meade 
~~~



  - Original Message 
  From: Susan Franklin [EMAIL PROTECTED]
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
  Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2007 7:36:59 PM
  Subject: test results your interpretation/your advice


  My baby boy, Gunnar, will celebrate his first anniversary with his two 
sisters, Kelly (17) and Meagan (8) and his better than a Dad Ricky on August 
2.

  Can you help me interpret his initial test results from one year ago - we 
have decided that through our faith and prayers that he has thrown the virus 
(or never had it) and will NOT retest him (it doesn't matter, we love him).

  But...his initial test results were:

  Test  FeLV Elisa
  Results Positive
  Reference Range Negative 
  Units Antigen

  Test FIV Elisa
  Results Negative
  Reference Range Negative
  Units Elisa


  Can someone, in plain English, explain these FELV results, please.  Your 
assistance in this is much appreciated.  

  For the year that I have been a part of this list and reading your advice and 
stories, I TRUST YOU MORE THAN ANY VET THAT I COULD SPEAK WITH.  You are brave 
people who sometimes take the worse and make it better, who through the worse 
adversity stand tall and proud and roll with the punches, who adopt kits who 
wouldn't normally be saved or given a home - I SAY MY PRAYERS AND GIVE MY 
THANKS TO EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU.  In my hours of need, each of you and your 
words were there for me, and my family, giving us faith, giving us strength and 
giving us the best advice on Earth.  I WANT TO THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU 
(especially Catatonya) FOR YOUR HOPE AND GUIDANCE.  MAY GOD BLESS EACH AND 
EVERY ONE OF YOU.

  As for me and family family of Ricky, me (Sissy), Kelly (17), Meagan (8) 
and Gunnar (2), thank you all from the bottom of each of our hearts.  When it 
was needed, you truly saved the day.  Gunnar is now part of the family because 
we were given the hope that he could safely live with two negative Sisters.  I 
don't know what we would do without him - I also thank God that He made it 
impossible to adopt Gunnar out - I now get to keep him for myself.   

  Thanks for your help.  Thank you for EVERYTHING.  You guys are God's gift!  
Take care and keep the faith.









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RE: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread Rosenfeldt, Diane
I guess the thing is that if she's feeding them but not having them S/N,
in her well-meaning way she's adding to the problem.  Well-fed cats
multiply.
 
Diane R.



From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
[mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sally Davis
Sent: Friday, January 12, 2007 9:20 AM
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Fwd: test/junior/ferals






Sorry about the test email. I sent one last night from my new address
and I don't see that it posted. I am getting emails.
 
Just in case my previous email does not show up. Junior got his meds
while I was away at the vet's office. I hated to subject him to the ride
2 days in a row, and Eric almost fell with the cat in his carrier. Eric
would not have been able to get up if he had fallen. 
 
I never thought about thsi until I saw the posting in the archives about
the cats being left at the horse boarding place.
 
Maybe someone can help my sister who is disabled and lives in Manteca,
CA. Apparently in these rural bedroom type communities the is no help
for feral kitties. At least not that she or I have been able to come up
with. SHe is aslo not in a position to trap them, There are no clincis
or shelter that we can find who do not euthanize cats. SHe had a colony,
not sure how big living under a shed in her back yard. SHe does feed
them, bit that is all she can do for them due to her health. Anyone out
there in CA who might have ideas. Too many cats too few people who can
help. 
 
Thanks
 
Sally  

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Re: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
She needs to contact alley cat allies: http://alleycat.org

Phaewryn

http://ucat.us

The easy way out has a bad reputation.
Why would anyone take the hard way out?
The door? No thanks, that would be the easy way out. I'm jumping out the
window.

Quote by: Les U. Knight


Re: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread Sally Davis

HI Phaewryn,

I don't think my sister has email. I did not see a phone number on their
website. Am I missing it?

Sally


On 1/12/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 She needs to contact alley cat allies: http://alleycat.org

Phaewryn

http://ucat.us

The easy way out has a bad reputation.
Why would anyone take the hard way out?
The door? No thanks, that would be the easy way out. I'm jumping out the
window.

Quote by: Les U. Knight



Re: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
They do have a very big website. The contact info is on this page, and I
pasted it in below as well.

http://alleycat.org/contact.html
Alley Cat Allies
7920 Norfolk Avenue
Suite 600
Bethesda, MD 20814-2525

Phone: 240-482-1980
Fax: 240-482-1990

ACA office hours are between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time. When
leaving a message on our voicemail be sure to include your name, street
address, and your daytime and evening phone numbers.

To contact us via e-mail please fill out our E-mail Form. Here you will have
an opportunity to provide us all the relevant information we need to help
you quickly and accurately.

Thank you.


Phaewryn

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Re: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread Sally Davis

Wow I must have missed the phone number, I think I even went to the contact
page, maybe not. I live about three hours from where Alley Cat allies is
headquartered. Of course my sister lives about 2500 miles from there.

Again thanks

Sally


On 1/12/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 They do have a very big website. The contact info is on this page, and I
pasted it in below as well.

http://alleycat.org/contact.html

Alley Cat Allies
7920 Norfolk Avenue
Suite 600
Bethesda, MD 20814-2525

Phone*:* 240-482-1980
Fax: 240-482-1990

ACA office hours are between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.
When leaving a message on our voicemail be sure to include your name, street
address, and your daytime and evening phone numbers.

To contact us via e-mail please fill out our E-mail 
Formhttp://alleycat.org/response.html.
Here you will have an opportunity to provide us all the relevant information
we need to help you quickly and accurately.

Thank you.

Phaewryn

http://ucat.us
Adopt a New England FIV+ cat:
http://ucat.us/FIVadopt.html
Special Needs Cat Links (and feline info library):
http://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html



Re: test/junior/ferals

2007-01-12 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
They have a national network all across the USA, so they will be able to
help her no matter of her location. My family all lives about 2000 miles
away. I like it that way, LOL! My mom recently sent me a refrigerator magnet
with a big oak tree on it with lots of acorns, it says My family tree is
full of nuts LOL! Boy, she got that right!

Phaewryn

http://ucat.us
Adopt a New England FIV+ cat:
http://ucat.us/FIVadopt.html
Special Needs Cat Links (and feline info library):
http://ucat.us/domesticcatlinks.html


Re: test

2006-12-28 Thread elizabeth trent

I got this one...

elizabeth


On 12/28/06, Sally [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 Test.. I am not getting emails from this group.



Sally



Re: Test

2006-12-20 Thread lilash3
 I received it. 

 -Original Message-
 From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
 Sent: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 8:26 PM
 Subject: Test
 
   I haven't been receiving any mail from the list -- just testing to see if 
this goes through.   elizabeth   

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Re: Test

2006-12-20 Thread elizabeth trent

Thanks!  My AOL address was giving me problems so I signed up with a new
email adddress.  Things are starting to come through now.

elizabeth


On 12/20/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:


 I received it.



-Original Message-
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Tue, 19 Dec 2006 8:26 PM
Subject: Test

 I haven't been receiving any mail from the list -- just testing to see if
this goes through.

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Re: test email

2006-08-17 Thread Lernermichelle



Got through.


Re: test results

2006-07-13 Thread catatonya
I think vets 'have' to say there is a risk involved to cover themselves against lawsuits. Just like if you get put to sleep to have a tooth removal you have to sign that youare aware you could die but how many people really die from that Well since a few and far between have... you have to sign the form. I think that's what it is more than a vet seriously thinking the disease will be transmitted to a negative cat.tTenHouseCats [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:belinda, have you ever seen any research about a VACCINATED negative ever turning positive from living with a positive? i have not--and the experiences of folks on this list as well as friends with positives and vaccinated negatives seems to bear this out i've
 come to think that, when they say the vaccine is only 85% effective, they're not talking about the whole cat population, but only the highly compromised parts--the very young and very old who are most at risk to start with. otherwise, how could 70% of unvaccinated, adult cats manage to throw the virus off consistently? friend is a BIG black cat at the sanctuary, who lived for years in the FeLV compound. he'd been a feral, and obviously tested positive before he came into our care. four years or so ago, he became very ill, to the daily fluids and force-feeding level. he pulled through that, and tho he's had a couple of bouts of other major uris and things, he's been very healthy for the last year and a half or so. for some reason, about a year ago, he was retested--something that isn't regularly done with the FeLVs. guess what--this little brat, who's been quite sickly at least 3 times that i know of, and who has been living exclusively
 with FeLVs, is NEGATIVE on the ifa he's now a huge, spoiled-rotten housecat, and his story really makes me wonder about how contagious this virus is, whether or not initial exposure immunizes them against subsequent--and in his case, constant--exposure, and such-like issues   On 7/12/06, Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:As you said no test is 100% accurate, the IFA is the better test. The hard part, is your almost certainly not going to know when a cat was exposed so the accuracy of the test is always going to be questionable. A cat that tests positive may still be in the stage of trying to fight the virus
 off and may very well test negative at a later date. The way I look at it is that a healthy, vaccinated negative cat is very unlikely to get the virus from a positive, and if they did their own healthy immune system would most likely successfully fight it off. Not to say it couldn't happen, but I personally believe the chances are almost zero. -- Belinda  happiness is being owned by cats ...Be-Mi-Kitties  http://bemikitties.comPost Adoptable FeLV/FIV/FIP Cats/Kittens  http://adopt.bemikitties.comFeLV Candlelight Service  http://bemikitties.com/clsHostDesign4U.com [affordable hosting  web
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Re: test results

2006-07-12 Thread Belinda




 As you said no test is 100% accurate, the IFA is the better test.
The hard part, is your almost certainly not going to know when
a cat was exposed so the accuracy of the test is always going to be
questionable. A cat that tests positive may still be in the stage of
trying to fight the virus off and may very well test negative at a
later date. The way I look at it is that a healthy, vaccinated
negative cat is very unlikely to get the virus from a positive, and
if they did their own healthy immune system would most likely
successfully fight it off. Not to say it couldn't happen, but I
personally believe the chances are almost zero.
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Re: test results

2006-07-12 Thread TenHouseCats
belinda, have you ever seen any research about a VACCINATED negative ever turning positive from living with a positive? i have not--and the experiences of folks on this list as well as friends with positives and vaccinated negatives seems to bear this out 


i've come to think that, when they say the vaccine is only 85% effective, they're not talking about the whole cat population, but only the highly compromised parts--the very young and very old who are most at risk to start with. otherwise, how could 70% of unvaccinated, adult cats manage to throw the virus off consistently?


friend is a BIG black cat at the sanctuary, who lived for years in the FeLV compound. he'd been a feral, and obviously tested positive before he came into our care. four years or so ago, he became very ill, to the daily fluids and force-feeding level. he pulled through that, and tho he's had a couple of bouts of other major uris and things, he's been very healthy for the last year and a half or so. for some reason, about a year ago, he was retested--something that isn't regularly done with the FeLVs. guess what--this little brat, who's been quite sickly at least 3 times that i know of, and who has been living exclusively with FeLVs, is NEGATIVE on the ifa he's now a huge, spoiled-rotten housecat, and his story really makes me wonder about how contagious this virus is, whether or not initial exposure immunizes them against subsequent--and in his case, constant--exposure, and such-like issues 



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 As you said no test is 100% accurate, the IFA is the better test. The hard part, is your almost certainly not going to know when a cat was exposed so the accuracy of the test is always going to be questionable. A cat that tests positive may still be in the stage of trying to fight the virus off and may very well test negative at a later date. The way I look at it is that a 
healthy, vaccinated negative cat is very unlikely to get the virus from a positive, and if they did their own healthy immune system would most likely successfully fight it off. Not to say it couldn't happen, but I personally believe the chances are almost zero.
-- 

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Re: test results

2006-07-12 Thread Belinda




 MC,
The way I look at it is that a healthy,
vaccinated negative cat is very unlikely to get the
virus from a positive, and if they did their own healthy immune system
would most likely successfully fight it off. Not to say it couldn't
happen, but I personally believe the chances are almost zero.

I personally have never seen it but I know there has been one or two
people on the list in the past that were sure this is what happened to
them.

That's why I said what I did. I personally think that it's more likely
the cat was positive all along but gave a false negative when
originally tested and then when sick and retested the cat came up
positive then. Of course their vet would tell them the cat just got it
and if they have another known positive, guess who gets blamed.

Though the possibility exists, I personally am comfortable in mixing my
cats because from my own experience and so many others I know of, I
don't think it's very likely.
-- 

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RE: test results

2006-07-12 Thread Chris








You know, Ive often wondered
whether its worth retesting a pos.





Chris

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belinda, have you ever seen any research about a
VACCINATED negative ever turning positive from living with a positive? i have
not--and the experiences of folks on this list as well as friends with
positives and vaccinated negatives seems to bear this out 











i've come to think that, when they say the vaccine is
only 85% effective, they're not talking about the whole cat population, but
only the highly compromised parts--the very young and very old who are most at
risk to start with. otherwise, how could 70% of unvaccinated, adult cats manage
to throw the virus off consistently? 











friend is a BIG black cat at the sanctuary, who lived
for years in the FeLV compound. he'd been a feral, and obviously tested
positive before he came into our care. four years or so ago, he became very
ill, to the daily fluids and force-feeding level. he pulled through that, and
tho he's had a couple of bouts of other major uris and things, he's been very
healthy for the last year and a half or so. for some reason, about a year ago,
he was retested--something that isn't regularly done with the FeLVs. guess
what--this little brat, who's been quite sickly at least 3 times that i know
of, and who has been living exclusively with FeLVs, is NEGATIVE on the ifa
he's now a huge, spoiled-rotten housecat, and his story really makes me wonder
about how contagious this virus is, whether or not initial exposure immunizes
them against subsequent--and in his case, constant--exposure, and such-like
issues 



















On 7/12/06, Belinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:






 As you said no test is 100% accurate, the
IFA is the better test. The hard part, is your almost certainly not going to know when a cat was exposed so
the accuracy of the test is always going to be questionable. A cat that
tests positive may still be in the stage of trying to fight the virus off and
may very well test negative at a later date. The way I look at it is that
a healthy, vaccinated negative cat
is very unlikely to get the virus from a positive, and if they did their own
healthy immune system would most likely successfully fight it off. Not to
say it couldn't happen, but I personally believe the chances are almost zero. 



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RE: test results

2006-07-11 Thread Chris
I have 5 cats: the first came in as a 5 month old; the next three came in as
very young kittens found all alone outside.  All were tested at their first
vet visit.  Four years later one of the ones that came in as a 2 month old
tested positive.  She'd never been outside in four years.  Two vets told me
that you can get a false neg on the tests depending at what stage its in.
Also, you can get a pos that then becomes neg if cat throws off the virus.

Bottom line, I became convinced that it's a gamble either way.  Now all the
cats all lived together, sharing bowls, litter boxes, grooming, etc.  The
other 3 all tested negative!  So chances of spread--not as high as everybody
says it is.

By the way, my 5th cat came in as an adult stray who I had been feeding
daily for two years.  He'd never been sick in all that time and when I got
him tested--he was pos.  

I just think that there are a whole more cats who do test pos for FELV--we
just don't know about it

Chris
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Subject: test results

As a lifelong cat lover and owner of seven, I was just wondering how we can
ever know when we are truly adopting a negative kitten.  Years ago I
wouldn't think twice about finding a homeless cat, falling in love with it,
and bringing it straight home with me.  Now, after having experience with
finding positive kittens(strays from the neighborhood), i've found myself
becoming overly afraid of this disease and accidentally bringing it to my
negatives.  I'm not trying to adopt a cat at this time, but for future
reference, I was wondering if the test that they send out to the lab(always
forget the name of it) is a pretty accurate indicator.  I was browing a
petsmart adoption event and saw young cats and was wondering if they had the
lab test done, at what age can it ever be considered accurate.  I've read
enough on this web site to know that it seems no test is really 100%, but
was wondering if the sent to the lab test was negative on a young cat if it
would then be about as safe as it gets.  I know this sounds silly, but as
much as I love cats, I know in the future I will find a kitty needing a home
and I was just looking for reassurance in a more comprehensive lab test.
Thanks for listening.







Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-12 Thread moonvine


- Original Message -
From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2006 3:43 am
Subject: Re: Test results and an OT question
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org

 OMG Kelley, that's fabulous news about the neg results!!  It must 
 be 
 what I said about false positive results, there's no other way to 
 explain it.  

They were pretty shocked she tested neg after testing pos 3 days ago.  
I was very happy until I heard about the heart murmur.

 
 As far as the heart murmur kitty...  What grade murmur did your 
 vet say 
 it was?  Many kittens and puppies have slight heart murmurs that 
 resolve 
 themselves as they grow.  How old is she?  If it's a serious one, 
 there 
 are surgical options that you could consider.  My ex-husband 
 adopted an 
 5 week old kitten that had serious heart problems.  They did open 
 heart 
 surgery on this little tiny girl and the vet has assured him that 
 she's 
 going to be fine now.  I don't know about neg cats and different 
 size 
 pupils, but I know it's something that does occur with felv 
 kitties and 
 doesn't seem to cause any trouble.  Does the vet think that her 
 teeth 
 are curved enough to cause her problems? 

Well, first of all this was not my vet.  This was a vet at the city 
subsidized shot/combo test/spay/neuter place.  I got there 10 minutes 
before they opened and it was a 4.5 hour wait.  I hated to do that to 
them but since it was 5 tests, I couldn't really afford to go to my 
vet and have it done (he gives me huge discounts and I love him, but 
not that huge).  This vet listened to her heart, said This cat has a 
heart murmur and we can't inoculate it here.  She didn't tell me what 
grade it was, nor offer me any opinion on her teeth other than that 
they were genetically abnormal.  She couldn't believe Missy had been 
to the vet before, or that she had gotten spayed at Emancipet(I know 
heart murmur kitties are supposed to have gas anasthesia.) 


 Take another deep 
 breath.  You 
 had a terrible fright with the felv test and that turned out, (at 
 least 
 it appears to have), been nothing to worry about.  I'm praying 
 that your 
 special love's problems will work themselves out too.  What's her 
 name?  

My babies name is Missy.  She's a tiny little girl, and they remarked 
on her thinness, though I have been feeding her extra fattening stuff 
and kitten milk and managed to get her to 5.5 pounds.  Her immune 
system seems abnormal, and she gets URI a lot and has to be syringe 
fed, and then we lose the progress we have gained.  That's one reason 
I had her re-tested, but she has 2 negative results now, one in 
November and one Saturday.  I kept holding her up to my ear all 
weekend to see if I could hear anything, I know that is silly.

She's spoiled rotten, even with the dozens of cats in my house.  She 
spends most of her time in my lap if I am at home and sitting, or 
following me around if I am not sitting.  She gives me kisses if I am 
really sad...I say she saves them for when I really need them, but I 
realistically she probably just likes the salt in my tears.

Here's a link to her pic: http://www.moonvine.net/missy.jpg

She's 8 months now.  

I have an appointment for her with my real vet on Saturday.  I don't 
want her left all day at the vet feeling abandoned, nor being dragged 
around in the heat, unless it is a real emergency.

Kelley



Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-12 Thread catatonya
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Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-12 Thread Nina




Oh Kelley! Stop it with that picture of Missy! She's just too cute
for words, no wonder she's stolen your heart. Don't the tiny, needy
ones seem to worm their way into a special place in our lives? I think
it's fine to wait and bring Missy to your regular vet. Just tell Missy
you're bringing her to show her off, that they will want to pet her and
tell her how beautiful she is. This doesn't sound like it should be a
traumatic visit, just an exam, right? Why don't you ask your vet about
supplements, like CoQ10 for her heart, and maybe Interferon A for
immune support. A woman I know has had remarkable results with CoQ10,
but she did say that you shouldn't start and stop that sup, you might
want to ask him if he knows anything about that too. Maybe someone
else on the list knows more about it and will let us know. What have
you done for her URIs? Do they ever resolve themselves completely? I
know there have been list members that have had success with URIs and
anemia using something called Immuno-Regulin. You can look it up on
our archives for more info, we have discussed it a lot. Personally,
I'd hesitate in using it unless the situation were getting desperate,
but I thought I'd throw it out there for you to discuss with your vet.
Hugs to you, Missy and all your babies,
Nina

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From: Nina [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2006 3:43 am
Subject: Re: Test results and an OT question
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org

  
  
OMG Kelley, that's fabulous news about the neg results!!  It must 
be 
what I said about false positive results, there's no other way to 
explain it.  

  
  
They were pretty shocked she tested neg after testing pos 3 days ago.  
I was very happy until I heard about the heart murmur.

  
  
As far as the heart murmur kitty...  What grade murmur did your 
vet say 
it was?  Many kittens and puppies have slight heart murmurs that 
resolve 
themselves as they grow.  How old is she?  If it's a serious one, 
there 
are surgical options that you could consider.  My ex-husband 
adopted an 
5 week old kitten that had serious heart problems.  They did open 
heart 
surgery on this little tiny girl and the vet has assured him that 
she's 
going to be fine now.  I don't know about neg cats and different 
size 
pupils, but I know it's something that does occur with felv 
kitties and 
doesn't seem to cause any trouble.  Does the vet think that her 
teeth 
are curved enough to cause her problems? 

  
  
Well, first of all this was not my vet.  This was a vet at the city 
subsidized shot/combo test/spay/neuter place.  I got there 10 minutes 
before they opened and it was a 4.5 hour wait.  I hated to do that to 
them but since it was 5 tests, I couldn't really afford to go to my 
vet and have it done (he gives me huge discounts and I love him, but 
not that huge).  This vet listened to her heart, said "This cat has a 
heart murmur and we can't inoculate it here."  She didn't tell me what 
grade it was, nor offer me any opinion on her teeth other than that 
they were genetically abnormal.  She couldn't believe Missy had been 
to the vet before, or that she had gotten spayed at Emancipet(I know 
heart murmur kitties are supposed to have gas anasthesia.) 


 Take another deep 
  
  
breath.  You 
had a terrible fright with the felv test and that turned out, (at 
least 
it appears to have), been nothing to worry about.  I'm praying 
that your 
special love's problems will work themselves out too.  What's her 
name?  

  
  
My babies name is Missy.  She's a tiny little girl, and they remarked 
on her thinness, though I have been feeding her extra fattening stuff 
and kitten milk and managed to get her to 5.5 pounds.  Her immune 
system seems abnormal, and she gets URI a lot and has to be syringe 
fed, and then we lose the progress we have gained.  That's one reason 
I had her re-tested, but she has 2 negative results now, one in 
November and one Saturday.  I kept holding her up to my ear all 
weekend to see if I could hear anything, I know that is silly.

She's spoiled rotten, even with the dozens of cats in my house.  She 
spends most of her time in my lap if I am at home and sitting, or 
following me around if I am not sitting.  She gives me kisses if I am 
really sad...I say she saves them for when I really need them, but I 
realistically she probably just likes the salt in my tears.

Here's a link to her pic: http://www.moonvine.net/missy.jpg

She's 8 months now.  

I have an appointment for her with my real vet on Saturday.  I don't 
want her left all day at the vet feeling abandoned, nor being dragged 
around in the heat, unless it is a real emergency.

Kelley



  





Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-12 Thread moonvine
 Oh Kelley!  Stop it with that picture of Missy!  She's just too 
 cute for 
 words, no wonder she's stolen your heart.  Don't the tiny, needy 
 ones 
 seem to worm their way into a special place in our lives? 

She is my baby girl!  It is very scary to love another living thing 
this much.  I am single and have no children, and Missy is very 
special to me.

 I think 
 it's 
 fine to wait and bring Missy to your regular vet.  Just tell Missy 
 you're bringing her to show her off, that they will want to pet 
 her and 
 tell her how beautiful she is.  This doesn't sound like it should 
 be a 
 traumatic visit, just an exam, right?  

I think it will be ok.  If he says she can be vaccinated, she will be 
vaccinated, but my regular vet is so good at vaccinations that my cats 
don't even notice they have been stuck.

Why don't you ask your vet 
 about 
 supplements, like CoQ10 for her heart, and maybe Interferon A for 
 immune 
 support.  A woman I know has had remarkable results with CoQ10, 
 but she 
 did say that you shouldn't start and stop that sup, you might want 
 to 
 ask him if he knows anything about that too.  Maybe someone else 
 on the 
 list knows more about it and will let us know. 

I am making a list of stuff to ask him, thanks!

 What have you done 
 for 
 her URIs?  Do they ever resolve themselves completely? 
 
She had URI when she came from the shelter (I've had her since she was 
less than 3 months).  She was on Zithro.  It resolved completely.  By 
the time I went to get her and her littermates spayed/neutered, she 
was 4 months and was 4 lb.  Her sister was 4.5 and her brother 6.  She 
had no problems with the spay.  I took her to my personal vet because 
she developed conjunctivitis.  I expressed concern over her thinness 
and he told me she was ok, but to feed her fattening stuff to try to 
get some weight on her.  I got her over the conjunctivitis and she got 
URI again.  She was on zithro again, and it resolved.  She got it 
again, and pretty badly, lost a lot of weight and I had to syringe 
her.  She scared me pretty badly this last time.  I think she lost 
probably a whole pound.  Now she seems to have it again, but it isn't 
as bad a case.  This is another reason I had her retested.  Her immune 
system just does not seem right at all.  I have 4 litters of kittens 
in my house right no
w, and they all had URI, but she was the only older cat I have that 
got it.  





Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-12 Thread Barb Moermond
Missy is absolutely beautiful and I can see why she's your love![EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:   Oh Kelley! Stop it with that picture of Missy! She's just too  cute for  words, no wonder she's stolen your heart. Don't the tiny, needy  ones  seem to worm their way into a special place in our lives? She is my baby girl! It is very scary to love another living thing this much. I am single and have no children, and Missy is very special to me.I think  it's  fine to wait and bring Missy to your regular vet. Just tell Missy  you're bringing her to show her off, that they will want to pet  her and  tell her how beautiful she is. This doesn't sound like it should  be a  traumatic visit, just an exam, right? I think it will be ok. If he says
 she can be vaccinated, she will be vaccinated, but my regular vet is so good at vaccinations that my cats don't even notice they have been stuck.Why don't you ask your vet  about  supplements, like CoQ10 for her heart, and maybe Interferon A for  immune  support. A woman I know has had remarkable results with CoQ10,  but she  did say that you shouldn't start and stop that sup, you might want  to  ask him if he knows anything about that too. Maybe someone else  on the  list knows more about it and will let us know. I am making a list of stuff to ask him, thanks!What have you done  for  her URIs? Do they ever resolve themselves completely? She had URI when she came from the shelter (I've had her since she was less than 3 months). She was on Zithro. It resolved completely. By the time I went to get her and her littermates
 spayed/neutered, she was 4 months and was 4 lb. Her sister was 4.5 and her brother 6. She had no problems with the spay. I took her to my personal vet because she developed conjunctivitis. I expressed concern over her thinness and he told me she was ok, but to feed her fattening stuff to try to get some weight on her. I got her over the conjunctivitis and she got URI again. She was on zithro again, and it resolved. She got it again, and pretty badly, lost a lot of weight and I had to syringe her. She scared me pretty badly this last time. I think she lost probably a whole pound. Now she seems to have it again, but it isn't as bad a case. This is another reason I had her retested. Her immune system just does not seem right at all. I have 4 litters of kittens in my house right now, and they all had URI, but she was the only older cat I have that got it. Barb+Smoky the House
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Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread Nina
OMG Kelley, that's fabulous news about the neg results!!  It must be 
what I said about false positive results, there's no other way to 
explain it.  As far as retesting your other previously tested neg cats, 
your vet is probably right.  You seem to have never really had felv in 
the house.  My goodness girl, way to dodge the bullet!  You are truly 
blessed.  If it will put your mind at ease, go ahead and have them 
tested again.  They can get some base line cbc results to keep on file 
at the same time, if you like.


As far as the heart murmur kitty...  What grade murmur did your vet say 
it was?  Many kittens and puppies have slight heart murmurs that resolve 
themselves as they grow.  How old is she?  If it's a serious one, there 
are surgical options that you could consider.  My ex-husband adopted an 
5 week old kitten that had serious heart problems.  They did open heart 
surgery on this little tiny girl and the vet has assured him that she's 
going to be fine now.  I don't know about neg cats and different size 
pupils, but I know it's something that does occur with felv kitties and 
doesn't seem to cause any trouble.  Does the vet think that her teeth 
are curved enough to cause her problems?  Take another deep breath.  You 
had a terrible fright with the felv test and that turned out, (at least 
it appears to have), been nothing to worry about.  I'm praying that your 
special love's problems will work themselves out too.  What's her name?  
You've obviously got a very powerful Angel on your shoulder, keep the 
faith that they won't let you down.

Nina

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Hi guys,

I took 5 kittens/cats in to be tested today.  The little girl who 
previously tested pos tested negative today.  So did all her 
littermates and the unrelated cat.  Very, very good news.  I still 
don't understand how one who tested positive 3 days ago tested 
negative today, but she did.


The vet at the clinic feels it is unnecessary at this point to have 
cats in my home who have previously tested negative re-tested.  Do you 
agree?


Also, unfortunately, one little girl I took in was diagnosed with a 
heart murmur, so they would not inoculate her.  The vet also stated 
she had some genetic abnormalities - asymmetric pupils and teeth that 
curve in instead of going straight downI'm very worried about her now 
as she is the love of my life.  Do any of yall know of any good web 
resources on heart murmurs?  I'm taking her in for a second opinion 
next weekend.


I wanted to thank everyone for being there for me the last few days.  
You are an awesome group of people.  I learned a lot about this 
disease, too.


Thanks so much,

Kelley



 






Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread jenmeyer
Awesome news!  Though I have to say I'm not surprised she retested
negative!  ;)  I found it a little odd that her littermate was negative
as kittens are very susceptible to the virus...I suspected a false
positive, like Nina, but didn't want to put the cart before the horse,
so-to-speak!  I'm so glad to hear that that was the case!

Unfortunately, I don't know much about the genetic abnormalities that
you mentioned!  I did have one cat who had a murmur...but it never
affected him as far as I know...I used to give him 30 mg of CoQ10 every
day as it is supposed to be good for the heart muscle.  But I definitely
second the second opinion for your little one!  :)

Jen


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unique in all the world. To you, I shall be unique in all the world; You
become responsible, forever, for what you have tamed... --Antoine de
Saint-Exupéry

If you talk to the animals they will talk with you and you will know
each other.  If you do not talk to them you will not know them, and what
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Subject: Test results and an OT question
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org

 Hi guys,
 
 I took 5 kittens/cats in to be tested today.  The little girl who 
 previously tested pos tested negative today.  So did all her 
 littermates and the unrelated cat.  Very, very good news.  I still 
 don't understand how one who tested positive 3 days ago tested 
 negative today, but she did.
 
 The vet at the clinic feels it is unnecessary at this point to have 
 cats in my home who have previously tested negative re-tested.  Do 
 you 
 agree?
 
 Also, unfortunately, one little girl I took in was diagnosed with a 
 heart murmur, so they would not inoculate her.  The vet also stated 
 she had some genetic abnormalities - asymmetric pupils and teeth 
 that 
 curve in instead of going straight downI'm very worried about her 
 now 
 as she is the love of my life.  Do any of yall know of any good web 
 resources on heart murmurs?  I'm taking her in for a second opinion 
 next weekend.
 
 I wanted to thank everyone for being there for me the last few 
 days.  
 You are an awesome group of people.  I learned a lot about this 
 disease, too.
 
 Thanks so much,
 
 Kelley




Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread felv
Cats can develop heart murmurs JUST from the stress of being at the vet's 
office (one
they don't actually have normally). Try to find a vet that can come to your 
home and
examine her without the stress of a car ride and the vet's office.

You might get some good support from the Handicats2 yahoogroup... they have all 
kinds
of disabilities there.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HANDICATS2/  is the URL.

Phaewryn

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Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread Marylyn
I haven't followed this closely but I have a question:  Is it possible to 
give the cat some sort of mild sedative before taking it to the vet's to 
avoid the stress reaction?  I try to give mine Rescue Remedy just because 
she absolutely hates vets.  I don't know what happened to her before she 
came to live with me but she is the only critter (dog or cat) that starts 
trembling at the thought of going to the vet.  Her current vets have given 
her no reason to be so frightened.  Like I said, just a thought.







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To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: Test results and an OT question


Cats can develop heart murmurs JUST from the stress of being at the vet's 
office (one
they don't actually have normally). Try to find a vet that can come to 
your home and

examine her without the stress of a car ride and the vet's office.

You might get some good support from the Handicats2 yahoogroup... they 
have all kinds

of disabilities there.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HANDICATS2/  is the URL.

Phaewryn

PLEASE Adopt a cat from Little Cheetah Cat Rescue!!!
http://ucat.us/adopt.html

DONATE: We could really use a power saw (for construction), a digital 
camera (for

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Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread gwork
The only thing I know is Acepromazine, but I don't know if it would 
interfere with getting accurate readings, etc.  Also, personally, I cannot 
see that it made any difference in the two cats I have used it on.  My cat 
Spaz will run and hide at the mere sound of the carrier, but it is only 
because she has spent so much time at the vet's being poked on (blood 
drawings, mostly).  Also, my four other former ferals are afraid of the 
carrier, but that's more understandable.
Is your cat nervous when you try to get her to take her to the vet, or does 
she get nervous once there in the presence of the techs/vet?


Kris
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To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 6:25 PM
Subject: Re: Test results and an OT question


I haven't followed this closely but I have a question:  Is it possible to 
give the cat some sort of mild sedative before taking it to the vet's to 
avoid the stress reaction?  I try to give mine Rescue Remedy just because 
she absolutely hates vets.  I don't know what happened to her before she 
came to live with me but she is the only critter (dog or cat) that starts 
trembling at the thought of going to the vet.  Her current vets have given 
her no reason to be so frightened.  Like I said, just a thought.







If you have men who will 
exclude any of God's creatures
from the shelter of 
compassion and pity, you will have men who
will deal likewise with 
their fellow man.
 St. 
Francis
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From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Sunday, June 11, 2006 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: Test results and an OT question


Cats can develop heart murmurs JUST from the stress of being at the vet's 
office (one
they don't actually have normally). Try to find a vet that can come to 
your home and

examine her without the stress of a car ride and the vet's office.

You might get some good support from the Handicats2 yahoogroup... they 
have all kinds

of disabilities there.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HANDICATS2/  is the URL.

Phaewryn

PLEASE Adopt a cat from Little Cheetah Cat Rescue!!!
http://ucat.us/adopt.html

DONATE: We could really use a power saw (for construction), a digital 
camera (for

pictures) and HOMES for CATS!



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Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread gwork
So glad your little one retested neg!  I agree with your vet about retesting 
your other cats, but personally, I would still have them vaccinated.  I 
don't know anything about heart murmurs, but as far as the teeth go, does 
the vet feel it will be detrimental to her oral health or ability to eat, 
etc.  The reason I ask is because I am a dental lab technician and I know of 
cases where labs, vets, and dentists have worked together to restore 
feline/canine teeth.


Kris
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Sent: Saturday, June 10, 2006 3:11 PM
Subject: Test results and an OT question



Hi guys,

I took 5 kittens/cats in to be tested today.  The little girl who
previously tested pos tested negative today.  So did all her
littermates and the unrelated cat.  Very, very good news.  I still
don't understand how one who tested positive 3 days ago tested
negative today, but she did.

The vet at the clinic feels it is unnecessary at this point to have
cats in my home who have previously tested negative re-tested.  Do you
agree?

Also, unfortunately, one little girl I took in was diagnosed with a
heart murmur, so they would not inoculate her.  The vet also stated
she had some genetic abnormalities - asymmetric pupils and teeth that
curve in instead of going straight downI'm very worried about her now
as she is the love of my life.  Do any of yall know of any good web
resources on heart murmurs?  I'm taking her in for a second opinion
next weekend.

I wanted to thank everyone for being there for me the last few days.
You are an awesome group of people.  I learned a lot about this
disease, too.

Thanks so much,

Kelley







Re: Test results and an OT question

2006-06-11 Thread felv
Ace is a dangerous drug used in cats but not one I would ever recommend. 
Especially
for a cat with heart issues, I would NOT ever use any tranquilizers. We recently
discussed the use of ACE in cats on one of the lists I am on... must not have 
been
this one though. The consensus was to NOT use it though (and this was for a 
healthy
cat just for a trip).

http://www.marvistavet.com/html/body_acepromazine.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acepromazine
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phenothiazine  (oh, did I mention it's MADE out of 
a
pesticide?)
http://a1272.g.akamai.net/7/1272/1121/20050919193122/www.drsfostersmith.com/Rx_Info_Sheets/rx_acepromazine.pdf
(this is the patient info sheet, just like you get when you pick up a 
prescription
for yourself, most vets do NOT provide these for meds prescribed to your pets...
makes you wonder why, doesn't it?)
http://www.wedgewoodpharmacy.com/monographs/AcepromazineMaleate.asp


Phaewryn

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Re: test results

2006-06-06 Thread Samiluke




In a message dated 6/5/2006 4:37:46 P.M. Central Daylight Time, 
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
I cannot 
  understand how an animal that licks its hindquarters refuses to eat Mega 
  C. Go figure . . 

LOL...I never thought about it that way before. Good point!! :) 
When my cats won't take something, at my vet's suggestion, I either cover the 
pill itself w/ butter, or crush it  put it into any empty gel cap  
cover that w/ butter. Then freeze it. It slides right down without 
the butter coming off. Worked like a charm when I had to give nasty 
metronidazole to 4 of mine at the same time.

Yvonne


Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Belinda
  Don't know if anyone answered you but yes the test results could 
definitely change in several months.  The in house test is not 100% 
accurate, if you get a positive in house test I would wait atleast 3 
months and retest using an IFA or PCR test, they are better tests.  Also 
in the meantime while your waiting to retest, get them on the best food 
you can afford, and interferon if you can.  There are other supplements 
like Mega C plus I would use also, you can find that here:


http://www.belfield.com/products.html

Here is an article he wrote that you may find interesting:

http://www.belfield.com/article2.html

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Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Ashleigh Smith
About Belfield's Mega C . . .I ordered some, but Bella will not touch it! I've tried mixing minuscule amountb in both canned Felidae and dry California Naturals. If she detects the faintest amount, she will not eay it. (We had a battle of wills in which that was all I offered her for 2 1/2 days. She won. She never ate it. I finally relented since I don't think fasting can be all that good for her . . .)Do any of you have tricks to get a cat to eat the Mega C? (I've thougth about mixing it with water and putting it on her coats, but I haven't done that yet.) I cannot understand how an animal that licks its hindquarters refuses to eat Mega C. Go figure . . .~AshleighBelinda [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:  Don't know if anyone answered you but yes the test results could definitely change in several months. The in house test is not 100% accurate, if you get a positive in house test I would wait atleast 3 months and retest using an IFA or PCR test, they are better tests. Also in the meantime while your waiting to retest, get them on the best food you can afford, and interferon if you can. There are other supplements like Mega C plus I would use also, you can find that here:http://www.belfield.com/products.htmlHere is an article he wrote that you may find interesting:http://www.belfield.com/article2.html-- Belindahappiness is being owned by cats ...Be-Mi-Kittieshttp://bemikitties.comPost Adoptable FeLV/FIV/FIP Cats/Kittenshttp://adopt.bemikitties.comFeLV Candlelight Servicehttp://bemikitties.com/clsHostDesign4U.com [affordable hosting  web
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Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Belinda

  Sorry my cats haven't refused it, wish I could help.

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Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Nina
I don't know what the recommended dosage is, but maybe you could get 
some empty gel caps at the health food store and pill her?  Have you had 
to give her pills before?  Some cats are easy and some, uh, not so easy 
to pill.  Just a thought.  I was supplementing with vita C too, but it 
didn't have a pronounced taste and nobody refused it mixed in food.

Nina

Ashleigh Smith wrote:


About Belfield's Mega C . . .
 
I ordered some, but Bella will not touch it!  I've tried mixing 
minuscule amountb in both canned Felidae and dry California Naturals.  
If she detects the faintest amount, she will not eay it.  (We had a 
battle of wills in which that was all I offered her for 2 1/2 days.  
She won.  She never ate it.  I finally relented since I don't think 
fasting can be all that good for her . . .)
 
Do any of you have tricks to get a cat to eat the Mega C?  (I've 
thougth about mixing it with water and putting it on her coats, but I 
haven't done that yet.)  I cannot understand how an animal that licks 
its hindquarters refuses to eat Mega C.  Go figure . . .
 
~Ashleigh






Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Lance Linimon

Hi Ashleigh,

Maybe you could syringe dose her, mixing the Mega C in with broth or  
spring water? I know nothing about the particulars. Hopefully someone  
on the list has used this method before. Good luck to you and Bella.


Lance



Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread Rachel Martineau
I've mixed it with gruel and dosed it with a syringe in the batch of FeLV kittens I have in rescue right now. Works like a charm. I probably won't bother even trying to mix with wet food and offer it to them free choice as I hate the idea of them refusing and seeing it go to waste.


Good luck!

Rachel
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Hi Ashleigh,Maybe you could syringe dose her, mixing the Mega C in with broth orspring water? I know nothing about the particulars. Hopefully someone
on the list has used this method before. Good luck to you and Bella.Lance


Re: test results

2006-06-05 Thread FORGETMENOTPETS



I mix the mega C in wet food and no rescue has ever refused it

Karen


Re: test results

2006-06-01 Thread felv
NO, in house tests are commonly wrong to begin with.. and for true test results 
on
kittens from a positive momma, they need to be at least 6 months old when 
tested.
Then retest at 9 months and at one year before making any decisions. Confirm all
tests with IFA if you can afford it, but at least confirm the 9 month test with 
IFA.

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RE: test

2005-12-01 Thread Helene Hand
Thanks, Wendy!!  Helene 

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i see you helen

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Re: Test protocol question

2005-12-01 Thread Nina

Lynne,
At 2.5 yrs and after living with the positives for such a long time, my 
bet is that another test will turn up negative as well.  I'm not sure 
what the exact gestation period is for felv, I'm not sure anyone knows, 
please members, if you know...  Anyway, it wouldn't hurt to have them 
retested for peace of mind.  I'd wait at least three months, unless you 
intend to add to the household and want to make sure these guys did not 
become infected.


I'm sorry to hear of your loss.  Many of us have gone through the 
heartache of losing one after another to this terrible disease.  My 
sympathies to you and yours,

Nina


Lynne Moquin wrote:


Advice appreciated for when or if we need to test our
two cats again :
Our third cat died of FeLV cancer on Nov.2nd.
The three cats all had fairly close associated during
the last month as in, being in same room and some
physical contact. 
The other two cats had blood drawn on Nov.5 and both

Elisa and IFA were negative.
Should we test them again and if so when ?
One vet said to be absolutely sure test again but he
was convinced himself they are okay.
Another vet was all for vaccines no matter what.

These two are 2 1/2. they had one single vacc. at age
12 weeks and as of age 14 1/2 weeks were in VERY close
contact - grooming, sleeping, eating - up to late
Sept. early Oct.

Thanks so much 


Lynne






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Re: Test protocol question

2005-12-01 Thread Nina
When I read your post again, I misunderstood you.  I thought you had 
three pos that died.  Let me see if I have this straight, you had 3 
cats, one of which was positive.  They all lived together for how long?  
One month?  What was that about being in very close contact since they 
were 14.5 weeks?  I'm sorry, I'm a bit confused.

Nina

Nina wrote:


Lynne,
At 2.5 yrs and after living with the positives for such a long time, 
my bet is that another test will turn up negative as well.  I'm not 
sure what the exact gestation period is for felv, I'm not sure anyone 
knows, please members, if you know...  Anyway, it wouldn't hurt to 
have them retested for peace of mind.  I'd wait at least three months, 
unless you intend to add to the household and want to make sure these 
guys did not become infected.


I'm sorry to hear of your loss.  Many of us have gone through the 
heartache of losing one after another to this terrible disease.  My 
sympathies to you and yours,

Nina


Lynne Moquin wrote:


Advice appreciated for when or if we need to test our
two cats again :
Our third cat died of FeLV cancer on Nov.2nd.
The three cats all had fairly close associated during
the last month as in, being in same room and some
physical contact. The other two cats had blood drawn on Nov.5 and both
Elisa and IFA were negative.
Should we test them again and if so when ?
One vet said to be absolutely sure test again but he
was convinced himself they are okay.
Another vet was all for vaccines no matter what.

These two are 2 1/2. they had one single vacc. at age
12 weeks and as of age 14 1/2 weeks were in VERY close
contact - grooming, sleeping, eating - up to late
Sept. early Oct.

Thanks so much
Lynne





   
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RE: Test protocol question

2005-12-01 Thread MacKenzie, Kerry N.
Lynne, first, I'm so sorry for the loss of your kitty. That's so hard.

If it were me I would test the others once again, to be on the safe
side. It can't harm. And the advice usually is, test twice, just in case
it was too early for the latent virus to be picked up by the first test
(that happened with one of mine--she tested neg, then positive 3 months
later tho nothing in her environment/situation had changed)

Re retesting timelag--my vet told me to retest in 1 month; someone else
with authority (it may have been Anitra Frazier in her book The Natural
Cat) said 3 months. (I re-tested after 3 months.)

If the cats are indoors and have NO chance of coming into contact with
another unknown cat I would not vaccinate against FeLVthe vaccine
carries its own risk. Definitely do not vaccinate a positive--it's not
just pointless; it could also affect them adversely given their already
weak immune system. 

Incidentally, if one tests pos and one neg I would not separate them:
the exposure has already taken place, the neg has proven not to have
been infected, and separation would just upset them. Knowing the status
means you would be able to take steps to support the positive's immune
system (as Jenn rightly pointed out a couple of weeke ago.

best wishes for the continuing health of your 2 kitties.
Kerry

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Subject: Test protocol question


Advice appreciated for when or if we need to test our
two cats again :
Our third cat died of FeLV cancer on Nov.2nd.
The three cats all had fairly close associated during
the last month as in, being in same room and some
physical contact. 
The other two cats had blood drawn on Nov.5 and both
Elisa and IFA were negative.
Should we test them again and if so when ?
One vet said to be absolutely sure test again but he
was convinced himself they are okay.
Another vet was all for vaccines no matter what.

These two are 2 1/2. they had one single vacc. at age
12 weeks and as of age 14 1/2 weeks were in VERY close
contact - grooming, sleeping, eating - up to late
Sept. early Oct.

Thanks so much 

Lynne






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Re: test

2005-11-30 Thread wendy
i see you helen

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Re: test

2005-11-30 Thread TatorBunz


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Re: test

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Re: Test Results

2005-11-25 Thread FORGETMENOTPETS



like michelle I would like to know also.


Re: Test Results

2005-11-25 Thread felv



me too, I'm clueless on everything except hemocrit, which I know needs to 
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Re: Test Results

2005-11-25 Thread gary

I think this site may be helpful in reading test results.

http://home.gci.net/~divs/disease/lab_tests.html

Gary

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Subject: Test Results


I have never gone into blood test results too much before but am intrgued 
from the ones recently put up by Carrie (if I remember correctly). Please 
could someone be so kind as to educate me as to what they all mean and what 
is normal and abnormal - send privately if it is too long for group mail 
but it would be better on group as I'm sure other people here would benefit 
too. I've listed Carries results below


Thanks

Michelle, Minstrel, Buddy  Angel Bramble





Re: Test Results

2005-11-25 Thread gary

Here are a couple of more links on tests.

http://www.thepetcenter.com/pha/cp.html

http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?cls=0cat=1474articleid=989

Gary

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I have never gone into blood test results too much before but am intrgued 
from the ones recently put up by Carrie (if I remember correctly). Please 
could someone be so kind as to educate me as to what they all mean and what 
is normal and abnormal - send privately if it is too long for group mail 
but it would be better on group as I'm sure other people here would benefit 
too. I've listed Carries results below


Thanks

Michelle, Minstrel, Buddy  Angel Bramble