Re:Intro from me and my cat with HCM
- Fiona and Puddle welcome to the group.
Lyn...what is Cardiostrength?
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> Hi Fiona and Puddle
> How did he get his name? It's so sweet.
> I`m sorry Puddle is poorly, but at least you are now aware of it. I also
> have young onset HCM kits diagnosed as kittens and it does progress quickly,
> so meds are essential. The white/deafness gene is well known and breeders
> are supposed to test white cats with the BAER test to ensure they aren't
> The HCM gene and the deafness gene are not related. HCM can be in any cat
> and is inherited from the parents separately to the coat colour. The
> deafness gene is related to the albino gene and is common in blue eyed whites. Odd
> eyed whites can be deaf in one ear only!
> What medication is he on? Has he had an ultrasound. He sounds a very lucky
> boy to have you and the thre legs won't affect his HCM. My Tom has three
> legs as well.
> Likely your white boy is a pedigree, possibly a British? That would explain
> the albino colour, deafness and HCM is found in that breed.
> I use a supplement called Cardiostrength.
> Lyn. :)
> _www.myfurkids.co.uk_ (http://www.myfurkids.co.uk/)
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I hope that I'm not stepping on toes by replying for Lyn. Cardio Strength
is a product sold by Vetri-Science. The same product is sold by
Vetri-Science's parent company - US Animal Nutritionals - under the name
It contains CoQ10, amino acids and supplements that support the health of an
animal with heart disease. I used it and highly recommend it.
Sue & angels Pepper and Gandy
with Nicholai, Lola-Joy and Isabella
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gretchen" <gretchenkolsky@...>
Sent: Tuesday, June 02, 2009 8:30 PM
Subject: [FH] Re:Intro from me and my cat with HCM
> Fiona and Puddle welcome to the group.
> Lyn...what is Cardiostrength?
- Hi Sue
Of course it isn't stepping on toes :) (or paws). I fully believe that
those knowing information should share it as soon as possible, especially on a
Gretchen.. Sue explained cardiostrength perfectly but I have one small
thing to add. It's called Cardio S in the UK and available on veterinary
Only problem is the pill is the size of a horse pill!! It goes down well
enough in chicken though.
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