Re: frankie's breathing

barb ( newt@kmbs.com )
Mon, 08 Feb 1999 20:43:51 -0500

Karla,
Has your vet done a chest X ray? There is a condition that felv cats can
get that causes fluid in the chest cavity. Fortunately, your vet found no
fluid and that's good. Also, maybe some heart studies might be in order.
Sometimes shortness of breath is heart related. barb
"No, heaven will not ever Heaven be: Unless my cats are there to welcome
me." Unknown

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