Been awhile since I thought of that movie. I remember thinking at the time that it was funnier than I thought it was going to be. I was thinking after making the lol that the title should have been "DeFrost Nixon"
Hi hun good to hear from you, thanks for the gratz .I'm not too bad, bit of trouble with my thyroxine levels so hope they can sort it out soon,apart from that am fine, hows you? hope you are well, and everythings ok with you.
Hyperthyroid is bad, Cuz has it also, stays hungry, tires easily and is very jittery. He is fifteen years old and also on meds for it. You and I both do all we can for them but you are so right they just don't live long enough.
Thanks and I am so sorry for your loss also, it is hard but they won't be sick any more. I lost Missy and Candy both last week two days apart. They were Mother and Daughter, Candy had renal failure and Missy had hyperthyroidism. I miss them but they were really sick and the last thing I could do for them was help them over the bridge.
Dearest plaidcats, I was on Heyman's site and saw your lol of Taeo. I'm so sorry for your loss. I know how you feel. When ever I lose a pet it breaks my heart and I'm mourning for them all the time. Sending loves, hugs and a shoulder to cry on. xxxooo
It takes a combo of tests that will indicate the presenv]ce of FIP anitbodies. My vet did them all. From Cornell University Feline Health Center: Can my cat be tested for FIP? The lin which gives more info is http://www.vet.cornell.edu/fhc/health_information/brochure_ftp.cfm One of the most difficult aspects of FIP is that there is no simple diagnostic test. The ELISA, IFA, and virus-neutralization tests detect the presence of coronavirus antibodies in a cat, but these tests cannot differentiate between the various strains of feline coronavirus. A positive result means only that the cat has had a prior exposure to coronavirus, but not necessarily one that causes FIP. The number that is reported from these tests is called an antibody titer. Low titers indicate a small amount of coronavirus antibodies, while high titers indicate much greater amounts of antibodies. A healthy cat with a high titer, however, is not necessarily more likely to develop FIP or be a carrier of an FIP-causing coronavirus than a cat with a low titer. A cat with a high titer is also not necessarily protected against developing FIP in the future.