Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-29 Thread Jane Lyons
I haven't had it cultured, but she has been on so many antibiotics, especially when we first got her, that we assumed it was a viral infection and tried to treated her with l lycine and then thullium met which worked. She is back on l-lycine. It is so much better than it was when we first

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-28 Thread catatonya
I talked to the vet today, and the culture came back as a staff infection!?!? They are putting him on baytril for 14 days this time, and I'm to take him back in before the 14 days are over to see if the time needs to be extended. I also found an article when I googled chronic uri's on

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-28 Thread catatonya
Feliway, spray or diffuser, and rescue remedy (ear or in water) have never helped either with this cat. :( However since returning home he has been much more sociable after his ordeal at the vet's. I expected the opposite! tonya Marylyn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I haven't followed

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-27 Thread Pat Kachur
Any chance that it could be asthma or some type of allergy? - Original Message - From: catatonya To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 7:25 AM Subject: upper respiratory??? Hi Guys, I have a semi-feral cat, Sneaker who has a chronic upper

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-27 Thread Sherry DeHaan
Hi Tonya,maybe he could have allergies?? I know we have a couple cats at the sanctuary who have what we call chronic snoogies.But my girl Mystique sounds like she has a runny nose quite a bit to but she seems fine.I keep a close eye on her to make sure it doesn't turn into something worse,since

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-27 Thread catatonya
I'm wondering about allergies. Pat Kachur [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any chance that it could be asthma or some type of allergy? - Original Message - From: catatonya To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 7:25 AM Subject: upper respiratory???

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-27 Thread Jane Lyons
Tonya, I've been dealing with pretty much the same symptoms for the (almost) year that I've had MeMe. I've been able to get rid of it with l-lycine and DMG liquid supplements, but as soon as she is stressed (a trip to the vet) her one nostril gets runny. We have also tried antibiotics,

Re: upper respiratory???

2008-01-27 Thread Marylyn
I haven't followed this but, to relieve stress, Feliway spray, Rescue Remedy and Cat Nap (a spray, not catnip) work for me. Even, somewhat, at the vets' office. On Jan 27, 2008, at 4:20 PM, Jane Lyons wrote: Tonya, I've been dealing with pretty much the same symptoms for the (almost) year