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Belinda Sauro <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
  Hi Tonya,
I don't think this is always the case, I had Bailey tested several 
times in his 11 years of life, at least 4 times and the tests were given 
years apart and he always tested a light positive.
> I know it's not scientifically proven, but I believe light positive 
> means recent exposure. Hopefully the cat will fight the virus and 
> turn up negative within a couple of months.


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