If they are 8-9 weeks old, SNAP tests are very inaccurate.  I would
not even bother testing a kitten that age.  They need to be retested
in 6 months to see if they are actually positive or not.

On 10/1/07, JENI RECA <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> Just when I found placement for the adult feluk positive, now three kittens 
> need placement.  The woman was going to take them to the vet to pts them, but 
> I told her I would take them and find a home for them.  They are about 8-9 
> weeks old and tested positive yesterday.  Need help yet again.  They are 
> tabbys and very cute.  I am picking them up from the lady today, I don't know 
> if they are boys are or girls yet.  I know they are a little scared, she 
> found them in her backyard. There are actually five, but I can't take all 
> five.  She might try to find a home for the other two.  Anyone out there want 
> one, two or three kittens to add to their home.  Willing to travel, food 
> included, will spay/neutered them.
> Thank you
> Jeni
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