Hello. My vet does only one vaccination at a time and does them separately from 
the spay/neuter. He goes 2-4 weeks between each vaccination and the altering. 
Is there any point in vaccinating him for feline leukemia? I would be hesitant, 
I guess. Just my opinion. I only do the distemper series and rabies now. I am 
considering discontinuing all vaccinations for my immune compromised cats 
(allergies and asthma).  All my cats have had the feline leukemia in earlier 
years. None have been vaccinated for it since 2001.
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org 
  Sent: Saturday, October 20, 2007 10:39 AM
  Subject: Re: Whitey's Test Results

  In a message dated 10/20/2007 11:24:21 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL 
PROTECTED] writes:
    Wow Michael!  The things we do for our kitties!  I am so glad his test was 
negative!  It sounds like you are exstatic!  The only thing I am wondering now 
is if it's too soon to do his vaccines.  Is he feeling really good and not sick 
at all?  I worry about that because the vaccines make some kitties feel bad and 
if Whitey is already under the weather, it might not be a good combo right now. 
 Please keep us posted!!!!
  I've thought about that, Wendy.  Corky Romano said he was going to check his 
labs first, and then if everything looks ok, proceed with the other stuff.  I'm 
thinking I may ask him to do the dental work, labs and neutering, and wait off 
for a couple of weeks on the vaccines to make sure he's up to it.  I know my 
other girls got terribly ill when they had all three of their vaccines at once. 
The more I've thought about it, the more I think that may be the best course of 


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