I looked out there, and in the section on Vet and Neuter, they have absolutely nothing but veterinarians listed in my area - and we (Arkansas) have a bunch of options for low cost spay/neuter options. THey don't have our cat rescue listed, so I submitted it.

I think I'd contact some local rescues to find out about s/n in Virginia - gotta be there somewhere....


On Apr 3, 2008, at 8:01 AM, Stray Cat Alliance wrote:

You could also check out Pets 911 - lists rescues and their services, including spay/neuter, TNR, etc.


Or phone toll free 1-888-PETS-911

Best wishes,
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Subject: Re: Introducing Sissy and Rocket
Date: Thu, 3 Apr 2008 07:51:54 -0500

Oops - not reading my email in sequence, sorry. Well, hope you find something a lot less than $100 per.


On Apr 3, 2008, at 4:07 AM, Pat Kachur wrote:
Does Spay USA have a branch in your state? In Georgia (Spay Georgia), one can purchase certificates which allow a huge discount at participating vets. They send a list of those vets when they send your certificates.
----- Original Message -----
From: Sharyl
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Sent: Wednesday, April 02, 2008 9:02 PM
Subject: Re: Introducing Sissy and Rocket

Thanks Gloria. So far it looks like the best I'm going to be able to do on the neutering is $100. There is a chance the Tidewater SPCA Neuter Scooter will come over to the Eastern Shore and I could save $25. I can afford to care for the 2 I have rescued. I'll have to work on colony one cat at a time as my budget allows. I am trying to recruit local sponsors to help with the cost. Local SPCA doesn't believe in TNR for ferals. I just don't want to have to tell the vet anything when I bring in a colony kitty.
Sharyl Sissy and Rocket

Gloria Lane <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
That's wonderful that you're doing this. Would be nice if you could find a low-cost spay neuter clinic, or a free service, to help fund the neutering. RE your question about telling the vet, I don't know. If 2 are positive, still doesn't mean all the others are, although of course there's a chance. Any vet should be aware that if the kitty hasn't been tested, there's a potential for FELV or FIV. Neutering is the key to preventing the spread of this, as I understand. Least my take on it. Hope you find a good option for low cost or free neutering.


On Apr 2, 2008, at 8:23 AM, Sharyl wrote:
I had been feeding a group of dumpster 8 kittens and ended up rescuing 2, Sissy and Rocket, when they were about 12 weeks old. On their 1st vet visit both tested FeLV+. I will have both retested the end of April to see if they are still positive. I have them quarantined in my garage. They are eating Iams canned kitten food supplemented with a Super B Complex, Lactoferrin and DMG. So far they are responding well and seem very healthy. Both have had their kitten shots and been wormed.

If they stay positive I will either find a forever home for them or build an enclosure onto the garage for them. I have 2 indoor kitties and one has CRF so am concerned about bringing them into the house.

My questions concern the rest of the colony which includes at least 4 adults. I can not take all of them in. My plan had been to TNR the colony (trap/neuter/release). The vet is recommending euthanizing the entire colony if these 2 stay positive. I am not sure where I will be able to get then neutered if they are positive. And I can not trap them just to have them euthanized. That may be the best thing to do but I just can't do it. Is there any info on how to deal with a FeLV+ feral colony? Any advise on how to get them neutered? Am I obligated to tell the vet about the potential for FeLV when having them neutered?

Sharyl Sissy and Rocket
ES of VA

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