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    Quote Originally Posted by kattymieoww View Post
    Knowledge of avian problems is always useful,not many vets specialise in it .My wee Echo budgie had scaly face (mites) thankfully one of the vets in my practice loves and keeps budgies herself ,so treatment of three doses of Ivermectin over six weeks put paid to the wee pests,his wee beak and cere clean .
    dear kattymieoww,-thank you [yes]-experience is gained,like your echo-problem with feather mites-[Ivermectin]-you have gained valuable insight- to the problem..--most of my homer pigeons are over 15 years old,.--one beautiful white one had lost alot of feathers on her chest a few years ago,-I used advantage-[Imidacloprid]-to treat her,and like magic new feathers sprouted.--she still lays eggs[unfertilized]--which I think is remarkable-at her age,-,her mate may be unfertile,or not male.--I like this product because it was universal for rabbits,pigeons,and feline.--knowledge,experience are invaluable.--retaining it is a bit complex at my old age.--sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    Quote Originally Posted by keletkezes View Post
    Best wishes James, for you and Pumpernickel (great name ).
    dear keletkezes,-thank you,-she was the runt of the litter-so I called her peewee,then one day I added pumpernickel-so that stuck.-she is-9-1/2 yr.old,long hair,short legged,calico.--we have 9 cats altogether,some we have spent enormous $$,on medical.-most over 10 yr.now.-all precious.-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    dear rabbits united members,--pumpernickel [yesterday]-passed the blood test for the next cancer pill-[which was administered]-no knowledge of these proceedures so it seems odd that one has to be approved for another pill.--sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewaller View Post
    dear rabbits united members,--pumpernickel [yesterday]-passed the blood test for the next cancer pill-[which was administered]-no knowledge of these proceedures so it seems odd that one has to be approved for another pill.--sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa
    I know from personal experience that you need to have a blood test prior to each dose of chemotherapy. This is to check the different levels of the components of the blood, in particular white cell count. They would delay giving the chemotherapy if the blood result showed an unsatisfactory level of white cell count, maybe waiting just one more week for it to come back to the required level.

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    Hope Pumpernickle responds well to the medication James, sending loads of vibes for her xx
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    I hope Pumpernickle was able to have her next dose of Chemotherapy. I hope she continues to do well x


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    I hope Pumpernickle continues to do well, topping up the vibes for her xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    I hope Pumpernickle was able to have her next dose of Chemotherapy. I hope she continues to do well x
    dear jack,s-jane,zoobec,petsmumthank you all for the kind thoughts[vibs],--here,s some of the rx,s already given[some pill,or injection]-viscristine,cyclophosphamide,now week-4-[ 1-30-20-]-doxorubicin-,,-alternating meds for 6 months.--wow,but in remission.-gotta love it..-each weekly visit about $250.00-all worth it..,--I have a lot to say about this feline coronavirus, there is a vaccine for it,but it is off label use,-the vaccine for fip,sometimes doesnot work,because it mutates-into coronavirus,--I have the first cat -[momakitty]-to survive this dreaded disease,..time limited by my own medical conditions,but i may open a new post about this.-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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    Quote Originally Posted by jewaller View Post
    dear jack,s-jane,zoobec,petsmumthank you all for the kind thoughts[vibs],--here,s some of the rx,s already given[some pill,or injection]-viscristine,cyclophosphamide,now week-4-[ 1-30-20-]-doxorubicin-,,-alternating meds for 6 months.--wow,but in remission.-gotta love it..-each weekly visit about $250.00-all worth it..,--I have a lot to say about this feline coronavirus, there is a vaccine for it,but it is off label use,-the vaccine for fip,sometimes doesnot work,because it mutates-into coronavirus,--I have the first cat -[momakitty]-to survive this dreaded disease,..time limited by my own medical conditions,but i may open a new post about this.-sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa
    Feel free to do so, it can really help to 'talk' with your cyber friends My PM Box is always open to you if you'd like a chat with Jane from quite near to the other Kent in the UK Is Pumpernickle related to Momakitty ? Genetics play a big part in how any cancer responds to chemotherapy, which is why this is such encouraging news

    https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/...ies-fact-sheet

    Topping up the vibes for Pumpernickle


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack's-Jane View Post
    Feel free to do so, it can really help to 'talk' with your cyber friends My PM Box is always open to you if you'd like a chat with Jane from quite near to the other Kent in the UK Is Pumpernickle related to Momakitty ? Genetics play a big part in how any cancer responds to chemotherapy, which is why this is such encouraging news

    https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/...ies-fact-sheet

    Topping up the vibes for Pumpernickle
    dear jack,s-jane,-close to the other kent,rr,,rr-momakitty/pumpernickel,-are they realated?-yes,- same mother-who sadly[years ago and undiagnosed.]-died of this coronavirus-[all cats had been vaccinated]-as they were all outdoor cats,-all had warm,dry,eating- areas for sleeping,and all changed last year to indoor-only.--pumpernickel continues to improve with treatment,and shows few/if any effects,-last year there were some symptoms of the coronavirus,but her dvm said she is resistant[fortunately]--I have been worn out-,my concern is them not myself--dvm must think I am nuts.--sincerely james waller from the other kent-usa

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