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I rescued Daisy five years ago.  She was a tiny homeless kitten that got in trouble when she climbed a tree and ended up on top of a roof and could not get back down.  Although she had a rough start in life, she is the sweetest cat. 

Last March, Daisy stopped eating, drinking water, and walking normally.  Her vet and I tried everything to make her feel better; IV fluids, Vitamin B12 injections, and antibiotics, but her health continued to decline.  

After four months of endless vet visits, blood tests, x-rays, and ultrasounds, Daisy was diagnosed with Feline Infectious Peritonitis (FIP). 

I have been treating Daisy with GS since June 7 and her health improved in a few days. Last week, she lost some weight, a sign that she might be relapsing and time to increase her dose. Hopefully, in a few days, she will gain her weight back and she will be on her road to recovery. She deserves to live a long, healthy, and happy life. ♥️

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