I agree. IF your other cat has been vaccinated I would not bother separating at this point. If she is not vaccinated I would separate her until you get in her vacc. and booster, and maybe a little longer. How old is she? How long was she with your positives? I would not worry about bleaching food bowls if you feel a need to do so. I have positives and negatives mixed together and they use the same dishes. If/when you use bleach to clean, just dilute it a bit, rinse well and let the dishes dry well before using them. Drying out in the sunshine is best if possible when using bleach. tonya
wendy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: Hey Michael, If they won't eat the wet Evo, you can mix it with some baby food (Del Monte or Beech Nut are good, chicken flavor or any of the meats) and maybe the can be switched over that way. Some people might not agree with me, but I think at this point, Penelope has already been exposed (how long were they living together before the diagnosis?). If she was, she has thrown the virus. Adult cats are very resistant against the virus from what we've seen here. How old are all your furbabies? I would be surprised if Grizzabella gave it to Poppy. Did you have Poppy tested when you first adopted him? It's possible they both already had it when you adopted them. I never separated mine. Cricket was our positive and Julie, LuLu, and Pepper are my negatives. They lived together two years before I knew about the diagnosis, and two years after. They shared the same litter box and food/water bowls. No one ever became positive. The infrared collars are a good idea, but honestly Michael, it's probably a moot point. I can't swear by it, but I would live by it. I would really be careful about the bleaching of food and water bowls. In fact, I wouldn't. I would be so scared that I was slowly poisoning them. I would ask about that as a subject specifically. Let us know how the vet visit/referral goes. :) Wendy "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world - indeed it is the only thing that ever has!" ~~~ Margaret Meade ~~~ --------------------------------- Building a website is a piece of cake. Yahoo! Small Business gives you all the tools to get online.