Hello friends, family, & fellow animal lovers! I adopted my feline friend, Niki about 10 years ago. She was FIV+ when I took her in & was therefore deemed "special needs." For most of our time together, Niki has been a happy, healthy cat. She has always been more prone to skin & ear infections than cats without FIV. Niki has recently developed Feline AIDS. I first noticed an issue in Feb 2014. At this same time, I was in process of finding a place to live, had a bad car accident, & am struggling with my own health issues. Niki was seen by the vet several times without an accurate diagnosis. I was finally told on July 8, 2014 that Niki had developed Feline AIDS & that her body was not producing RBC, WBC, or Neutrophiles which are necessary for the immune system & delivery of oxygen to the body, among other things. Contemporary medicine has given her a death sentence; "days to weeks but not months." I have since spoken with an expert on Feline AIDS, who's website I will provide at the bottom of this page; he directed me to a homeopathic vet. Niki's vet & medication bills since Feb have been quite high & continue to rise. I have spent well over $1500 trying to identify why she was sick & must continue to spend in order to help her body regenerate so that she can spend her remaining time here with a good quality of life; the homeopathic vet believes Niki may get years of life through treatment. She appears to be improving with the homeopathic remedies, which are non-invasive/non-aggressive. I however continue to rack up debt because I believe it is not yet time for my friend to pass. If/when the time comes for her to pass on, I want to know that I did everything I could to keep her healthy & happy; I could really use your help. Any amount donation would be extremely helpful to assist Niki's recovery, even $1. Thank you for taking the time to read some of Niki's story & I hope you will help us give her a few more chapters.
Here is the link to the expert I mentioned above, who wrote a book about Jac, his own cat who was diagnosed with Feline AIDS. I hope if your cat is dealing with this disease, this will give you the hope that contemporary medicine cannot.http://www.milwaukeeweb.net/felineaids/