Tag: FIP

ZenByCat End FIP Raffle ~ Win amazing prizes while helping to end Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP)

  Click here to buy your tickets for the “Zen by Cat Raffle to End FIP” OR Click here to buy the same tickets, but under “Team Luna” Win amazing prizes while helping end FIP Over $2,500 worth of prizes and the ability to purchase raffle tickets for only the prizes you want make this a purrrfect way to help… Read more →

Making Progress Against FIP – Original Post and Follow-up Posts at Zen By Cat

Making Progress Against FIP   Addendum to the Above Post Regarding GC376 & EVO98   I have been asked to share this update here on my blog, since I have so many people following Luna’s progress pertaining to her FIP diagnosis and successful drug trial that has left her cured of FIP over one year now.  July 23rd 2018 will… Read more →

HAPPY FIRST BIRTHDAY TO OUR SWEET GIRL LUNA! A YEAR IN REVIEW.

I am delighted to get to write another positive post about Luna’s trial and milestones, but more than anything, I’m elated to be saying that we are about to celebrate this sweet Savannah girl’s first birthday tomorrow, January 9th, 2017! We feel so much gratitude that we still have her with us (now over five months since her final injection)… Read more →

Luna’s Drug Trial Update: 10 Weeks Out and Labs Are Perfect!

If you are new to following Luna’s progress or new to the FIP world, you can catch up by reading Luna’s backstory here:  Luna’s FIP Story The great progress just keeps coming!  Luna will be 9 months old on October 9th.  She just had her labs drawn yesterday (last draw was 6 weeks ago) and every single component was perfectly… Read more →

Luna’s FIP Trial: Crazy 8’s

Luna is now 8 months old!  She continues to do exceptionally well and is now 8 weeks off her anti-viral trial drug.  She is eating like a horse and weighs 8.3 lbs now.  She is keeping us on our toes with her constant antics and energy. Every day that she behaves this way is just a step closer to accepting… Read more →

Summary of Dr. Pedersen’s Presentation at the Winn FIP Symposium July 20, 2017 (Reblog from Support FIP Research)

Summary of Dr. Pedersen’s presentation at the Winn FIP Symposium SUPPORT F.I.P. RESEARCH·THURSDAY, JULY 20, 2017 Ending FIP, Is There Hope? – A summary of Dr. Niels Pedersen’s presentation to the Winn Feline Foundation Symposium in Chicago July 29th, 2017 by Carol Johnson DVM, Ph.D. and Heather Lorimer Ph.D. Additional information from literature articles written by Dr. Pedersen have been… Read more →

Luna is 6 Months Old! Week #10: FIP New Drug Trial Update

So here we are, in the home stretch of the injections and now 6 months old!  It’s hard to believe we started this all at the age of 15 weeks and how far she has come and how much closer UCD and Dr. Pedersen are to what could be a cure for the dreaded effusive/wet FIP nightmare! Luna is thriving,… Read more →

Recap: Winn Feline Foundation Symposium on “Ending FIP, Is There Hope?”

Luna Goes to Chicago (Her 7th State) This is my personal recap of the information presented at the Winn Feline Foundation, “Ending FIP, Is There Hope” Symposium.  I took my own personal notes as as Dr. Niels Pedersen gave his talk about current FIP research.  It was awesome to hear so much of the overwhelming FIP data that we read… Read more →

Luna’s First Hike – Appalachian Trail Tennessee/North Carolina Border

This is just too adorable not to share.  We have been wanting to take Luna camping and hiking, but when she got FIP, those plans were squelched; for what we thought would be forever.  Look at us now!  Dr. Petersen has to be grinning ear to ear right now. When we were making the decision to get a Savannah cat,… Read more →

FIP Stuff & Luna Randomness

As we approach the half-way mark of the injections (6 of 12 weeks), I can’t help but feel more optimistic than ever that Luna may actually have beaten effusive FIP; my gut tells me that she has anyways.  I don’t really have a lot to report since she isn’t due for her next set of labs for another 3 weeks.… Read more →

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