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Cadi's Corner

There is now a CURE for FIP. No, it is not “experimental.” It is a CURE. Yes, really. Wet, dry, ocular & neuro.

GS441524 CURES FIP. Additional supportive care for secondary issues may be needed at first depending on how sick. But. THERE IS A CURE. Not sure if it’s FIP, treat anyway and if they get better then you know.

Note, this treatment is NOT CHEAP! But what treatment is? Even if there is a small chance of them surviving I have not met anyone who isn’t willing to do what they can for their fur baby.

I have personally witnessed one cat go through treatment & is in the “observation period”. He was near death when he started the vaccine. I’ve also seen hundreds of cats be cured throughout the country!

It is not yet licensed for veterinary use so send your patients here:
FIPTreatment.com
ZenByCat.org

There is also a vet-only FB group for vets who want to learn more about the treatment. FIP Warriors-Veterinarians.

Below is pictures of Cadillac's journey and what we like to call being in Cadi's Corner

Best to read her journey with FIP and see all her pictures on your desktop

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Our first group of kittens!

April 30th, 2020

We are calling these babies the motor babies. Why?? Because they are very lucky to be alive.


These five were pulled out of an engine after their finder heard them meowing as they were driving down the road. Luckily, these babies were not injured but very scared.
They are 3 weeks old & still need to be bottle feed.


Meet: Malibu, Cadillac, Diesel, Taurus and Escapee

Little did we know the pretty little girl in front would turn out to be our first big medical case

The beginning of a long fight

May 19th, 2020

One thing that is difficult for a new rescue is a unplanned emergency and who knew that Cadi would be our unplanned emergency.

May 19th, 2020 we had to dropped off little Miss Cadillac for emergency surgery for a prolapsed rectum, which is sadly common in kittens. Luckily our little warrior did amazing for her first surgery and will be on a soft food diet and cage rest for the next two weeks.

 

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Another Surgery

June 13th, 2020

After loosing her appetite on May 22nd, 2020 our founder started to syringe feeding her & giving her fluids.

June 13th, 2020 Miss Cadillac was taken back in for a 2nd emergency prolapse rectum surgery this morning.
She appears to have a weak colon and if this surgery does not hold then she is facing a larger surgery.

Luckily this surgery would work and she would not need another prolapse surgery but this was only the beginning of her health journey.

A few months later

December 1st, 2020

Cadillac has become one of our longest residents. She came to us with her siblings on April 30th after being pulled from a motor.


Why has she been with us so long? This poor girl has had two surgeries for a prolapse rectum. Then just in the last few month she scratched her eye & had an eye infection that wasn’t responding to medication. So not only did we have to work on switching different medications but we wonder why she wasn't responding to the medication.

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What we weren't expecting

December 29th, 2020

We have devastating news about Miss Cadi. Her kidneys are enlarged and her eyes have become cloudy.
Our vet believes she has dry FIP.


We would love to treat her with the controversial GS treatment but it is costly.
We would love to save Miss Cadi and we desperately need your help. Every little bit helps. Estimated cost is $1500 and up. Her weight determines the dosage.

She is 8 months old and has already been though so much.
We will do anything to try and save her.

Day 1

January 5th, 2021

Today is Day 1 of Cadi’s treatment!

We want to thank everyone who has donated so far.
We’ve been able to raise $400 so far towards Cadi’s treatment.

More donations are needed & greatly appreciated towards this little girl.

She’s been through so much already at only 8 months old.

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Daily Pictures Below

Cadillac's GS Treatment went a total of 99 days!
We wanted to document every single day to show everyone her progress and how well she responded to treatment.

Feel free to check each picture out! Everyday I added a new milestone she hit and how she was doing during treatment.

It's best to view all the album on a desktop

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Day 99!

April 13th, 2021

Today is Cadi’s last day of her shots! What’s that mean? Our next step is a 84 observation period to make sure she is clear of FIP and doesn’t relapse. She had another vet appointment today because she has a UTI which would explain why her white blood cell count was high.
This is a very important time and she would really appreciate some good vibes from everyone!

Any donations towards her vetting would be greatly appreciated as we are over the 84 days that would typically be done for FIP. Since she was spayed & ocular we have had to extend it longer & at a higher dose.

Cadi has t-shirts & hoodies on bonfire!
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One Year

January 5th, 2022

Much anticipated Cadi update:
Can you believe a year ago today Cadillac was on the brink of death because of an awful disease called Feline infectious peritonitis (FIP). Which; is a viral disease of cats caused by certain strains of a virus called the feline coronavirus.
There is hope & we are beyond thankful that we had this chance to save Cadi! We have also been able to direct several people in our community and a few rescues across the county after they have seen Cadi's story.

This treatment for Cadillac was all taken care of via donations by YOU! YOU helped us save her!
Her treatment cost about $3,000 to save her life. We believe every animal deserves to be saved if they have a chance.

Cadillac is one of the hundreds of cats being cured throughout the country!

Want to learn about FIP GS Treatment? It is not yet licensed for veterinary use so you can learn more here:
FIPTreatment.com
ZenByCat.org

FIP IS NO LONGER A DEATH SENTENCE.

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Additional - Cadi's Corner!

January 29th, 2021 we launched Cadi's Corner t-shirts!

Cadi's Corner - FIP Warrior

There is now a CURE for FIP. No, it is not “experimental.” It is a CURE. Yes, really. Wet, dry, ocular & neuro.

 

GS441524 CURES FIP. Additional supportive care for secondary issues may be needed at first depending on how sick. But. THERE IS A CURE. Not sure if it’s FIP, treat anyway and if they get better then you know.

 

Note, this treatment is NOT CHEAP! But what treatment is? Even if there is a small chance of them surviving I have not met anyone who isn’t willing to do what they can for their fur baby.

 

I have personally witnessed one cat go through treatment & is in the “observation period”. He was near death when he started the vaccine. I’ve also seen hundreds of cats be cured throughout the country!

 

It is not yet licensed for veterinary use so send your patients here:

FIPTreatment.com

ZenByCat.org

 

There is also a vet-only FB group for vets who want to learn more about the treatment. FIP Warriors-Veterinarians.

 

FIP IS NO LONGER A DEATH SENTENCE.

Remember the motor kittens?

Remember Cadillac who had two rectum prolapses?

We have devastating news about Miss Caddy. Her kidneys are enlarged and her eyes have become cloudy.

Our vet believes she has dry FIP.

We would love to treat her with the controversial GS treatment and is costly.

We have treated one kitten with wet FIP whose owner paid for the treatment but was unable to do the injections. That kitten went from deaths door at 2.6 lbs to 7.8 lbs at end of treatment. He is currently in the observation stage of the GS treatment.

We would love to save Miss Caddy and we desperately need your help. Every little bit helps. Estimated cost is $1,500 and up. Her weight determines the dosage. She is 8 months old. She is eating and drinking and is acting normal.

Additional - Grateful!

March 6th, 2021

I can’t begin to explain how happy I am that we took a big step with giving Cadi treatment for FIP & bringing awareness in our area for it.

It’s huge to show people that FIP is no longer a death sentence for cats. That there is a way to help them get better. That they have a chance!

We have recently pointed a rescue in California in the direction to start the GS treatment for a cat they have with FIP after they reached out to us on Fur Angels Rescue Shelter Instagram page.

I love our little FIP Warrior so much. She’s been through so much and she’s still just a baby