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RE: Types of FELUK

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Posted by: hisgirl93 at Wed Jul 27 22:39:37 2005  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by hisgirl93 ]  
   

Thanks to all of you for the encouragement and very informative response by catbyte.
I'm now going to encourage the rescue group to have Bobbi (the older cat) retested. She is just doing so well! But again, like you said- it could just be dormant for the time being. They also wanted to get her tested for what kind of feluk she has anyway because there is a local group that will find homes for feluk positive cats- but only those with a specific strain.
We are getting Rose (the kitten) retested tomorrow or Friday because she has improved so much. She no longer shows any signs of illness and even as I went in to feed her tonight she was full of nighttime kitten crazies- which is unusual for her to say the least. I had to pull her off my poor feet several times. Hehe. Here is a pic of her:


Ain't she cute? She really has pulled through alot...from severe diarrhea and being kept alive by sub-q injections, to getting a nasty upper respiratory infection twice. Now she is permanently disabled (her back legs seem to have suffered some sort of paralysis) but she does her best. It's kind of funny and sad to see her play because she flops over alot.
Well I could babble about her and Bobbie more but I'll just say thanks for all of the info it was really helpful. I've placed an ad for Bobbi up on the website and am waiting to see what we will do with Rose. I'm pretty attached to her as you can see- but we have 6 kitties of our own and she would be better off to live the rest of her days in a home where she does not have to be kept isolated.
Thank you!!


   

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