Re: [feline-heart] pat and jonathan
- Hi Sue,
I noticed also that my Pebbles' breathing was easier on the heart
medication (propranolol / Inderal). I used to tell the vet I thought
Pebbles' breathing was "funny" and he didn't understand what I meant, said
he found nothing wrong with her breathing when she was at the vet office.
But after she started the medication, her breathing got smoother (less
forced in the lower belly area) and a little faster (but not really fast, or
From: shyskit@... <shyskit@...>
To: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, 18 June 2001 23:47
Subject: Re: [feline-heart] pat and jonathan
>it seems that since my kitty has been on medication she seems to be
>easier. i am not sure of the names of the medicines but i will find outwas
>tomorrow when i bring her for a recheck. the only things the vet has done
>listen to her heart with the stethescope, and took chest x-rays. i live outof
>in the country and didnt know there was such a thing as a vet cardiologist.
>the vet i use knows his stuff, i have used him for about 7 years for all 4
>my cats. he has saved prissy's life before when her blood sugar bottomedout.
>i really have faith in him and he seemed to know right off the bat what wasi
>wrong with prissy. if there ever came a time when he didnt know what to do
>would bring prissy to the cardiologist, but truthfully i dont have themoney
>for it. so far, so good. i can only hope things can get better. thank youfuture,
>both for your replies. let me know if i can be of help to you in the
>and i will keep you updated.
> sue L upstate n.y
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