|Purred: Thu Feb 9, '12 1:45pm PST |
|Mocha was recently diagnosed with this. Unfortunately, she's part of the small percentage of cats who can't take the medication in either an oral form, or transdermal form.
Her hemolytic changes were so strong that we almost lost her. So, the only thing we can do for her is to attempt he I-131 treatment.
When she was diagnosed, the only reason she went in was because she was way too spazzy... like having a kitten in the house again. Also, I wanted to check her calcium levels as she also has Idiopathic Hypercalcemia. We caught it early, so hopefully the treatment will work, otherwise we don't know what we'll do. Surgery isn't an option for her either, and it's risky in cats anyways.
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