I'm so sorry there is no better news and they still haven't found the cause of Timmy's anemia.:sad:
In the blood test results you posted on your other thread, his hematocrit was 21%. What is it now? As far as blood transfusions go, they are quite commonly done for cats and dogs and considered to be quite safe. I agree that it could make him feel stronger and buy some time until they hopefully come up with some better answers.
Here is another comprehensive website you may not have seen about anemia in cats:
Whatever you decide and whatever happens, you know we are here for you.
Timmy is indeed a tough boy.
that things still get better for him.
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