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Kitten with URI for almost 4 months now?

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Sick TNR kitten from farm, vet tried to help but we had to euth. I ended up in hosp from a needle stick from this kitten. Week later caught 3 siblings very sick upper resp give convenia inj and treated for coccidea fecal pos. 2 got better grew and no longer sick. The third has NEVER cleared up. FIV, Leuk, HW neg. Dewormed round hook tape. Had 2 convenia inj, and has been on Clavamox, Clindamycine, Doxycycline and now Ketoconazole. Nothing helps at all he is now 6 months old this has been going on for 4 months. Weighs just under 4lbs very small not skinny, siblings are twice his size, no fever, Brown green discharge from nose, left eye swollen and watery. Breathing sounds horrid. Stool normal, eats/drinks great, active and plays. I have other cats in the home an none are sick. What can this be? I have been to 3 vets and no one know what to do and yes I was told just that.
TY both I did forget he is on bene bac because of all the antibiotics. I can get the L-lycine tomorrow and will ask about the interferon. I’ll do just about anything now to get him well

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  1. amoeba wrote:

    There’s no cure for the viruses that cause most URIs so the treatment administered is primarily to provide support and ward off secondary bacterial infections while the cat’s immune system handles the virus. It sounds like your TNR kitten’s immune system isn’t doing a great job at that for whatever reason. Maybe you can talk to your vet about immune-boosting supplements, such as L-lysine and/or Vitamins A & E. I know L-Lysine in particular can be really helpful for cats with herpes.

    Another drug that I know can be VERY effective for dealing with calicivirus and – to a lesser extent – rhinotracheitis is called Interferon. It’s a synthetic form of an antiviral agent that is naturally produced by the cat’s immune system and it actually stops the virus from replicating, making it the closest thing to a cure that currently exists. It made a huge difference for one of my fosters who had chronically runny eyes and congestion due to calicivirus.

    Monday, February 28, 2011 at 6:49 pm | Permalink
  2. BiPetual wrote:

    Amoeba’s answer is great. I just wanted to add that there are some good lysine products. My vet gave me some paste called Duralactin. It has lysine and a milk protein to help the immune system. (They also sell Duralacting capsules, but those DON’T have lysine, so buy the paste if your vet thinks it’s okay).

    http://www.amazon.com/pack-Duralactin-Feline-L-Lysine-32-5mL/dp/B003WGO0QE

    They also make lysine treats:

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001B0UDRI/ref=pd_lpo_k2_dp_sr_3?pf_rd_p=486539851&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe-1&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B001TEGPL4&pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=06H8PG0GTM7NMPBJK71M

    This stuff usually only works if it’s a herpes virus causing the problem. If it’s calicivirus, interferon would be worth checking out, although it’s pricey. I would definitely give him a little plain yogurt or sprinkle some acidophilus (from capsules, you can buy it at the pharmacy) on his food every day. With all those antibiotics it’s a wonder his stool is normal! But the yogurt or acidophilus should help restore some of the beneficial bacteria in his digestive tract.

    Here’s an article about URI’s:

    http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=1+2134&aid=210

    Good luck to you. I hope you’re able to get the poor kitty’s symptoms to decrease, anyway!

    Monday, February 28, 2011 at 7:01 pm | Permalink
  3. K wrote:

    Have you had it checked for heart worms. They can mimic URI. Good Luck.

    Monday, February 28, 2011 at 7:10 pm | Permalink


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