It is really up to you. Nothing forces you to explain your actions to anyone 
else. However, if you do choose to share, it certainly helps others to know 
that there are options and hope for FeLV cats. Certainly, the message we get 
from many vets, once there is a FeLV diagnosis, is that there's no hope and no 
choice but to put the cat down. It helps to counter that message with some 
positive experiences.


From: Felvtalk [] On Behalf Of 
Roxanne Smith
Sent: February-10-17 11:57 AM
To: felvtalk
Subject: [Felvtalk] Feline leuk.

I need some opinions I currently have one feline leukemia cat and someone as of 
now is going to give me there leukemia cat. they changed their mind for about 3 
weeks now. My question is for two years I've not told anyone that I have had 
and have a cat with feline leukemia I don't want people to judge me. But I feel 
bad cuz I'm not embarrassed to own a feline leukemia cats. My current cat is 
now two years past his diagnosis. Do I share with my friends and then Facebook 
or do I maintain keeping the secret

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