Hello, I have two kittens named Carmen (girl) and Cheddar (boy). We found them from street and took them to our home for eye and mouth enfexia treatment. They are only 5-6 months old. They are both diagnosed wet form of Fip last week.
CARMEN: l found her on 20 july. Her eyes were closed due to an infection. Her treatment were done well. She started vomiting on 10 september and it went on three days. Our veterinerian took her x-ray and said her stoomach is full of fluid. He said that she is wet form of Fip.
CHEDDAR: It was also found from street on 09 september. There was extensive infection in her mouth and eyes. Treatment were done well. He was taken to vet last week because he had no appetite. He stopped eating. Also for Cheddar acid test (protein analysis) was performed by taking fluid from the stomach.
They were quite healthy a few days ago, Carmen is eating, but Cheddar is getting worse, lossing weight, and he start to have problem for eating.
Please help me to save these kittens. We are at the beginnigs of the illness. We cant get through this alone. Help us to win the war. We need your help for treatment. We need Gs441524 or mutian medicine to survive. I am desperate to get them some help. Can someone please donate us?
"Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP) is a disease that kills 1 in 100 to 1 in 300 of all cats under ages 3-5. The incidence can be five to 10 times greater among young cats coming from catteries and shelters. FIP is virtually 100% fatal, and there is no treatment or cure that is FDA approved. FIP can manifest suddenly — weeks, months or even years after initial infection. Therefore, cat lovers usually experience the heartbreak of this disease long after they have developed strong emotional bonds with their pets. (Quotation)