Don't give up hope that some are negative.  Ours initially tested 4
negative, 1 pos.  One of the negs was incubating the virus and tested
positive some weeks later, but the other three
were still negative 6 months later.  Their feral momma tested Elisa
negative (didn't do IFA on her) and she is still running around.  We
vaccinate, and will only retest if a neg. gets sick...

Good luck,

On Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 3:56 PM, Sharyl <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

>   I'll be watching the replies with interest Julie.  I have four 6 week
> old kittens that are probably positive (could only afford to have one
> tested).  I'm giving them a similar mix of supplements - Super B complex,
> folic acid, Lactoferrin, DMG, CoQ10, L-Lysine, Brewers Yeast and Mega C Plus
> in their food twice a day.  The Mega C Plus may be a snake oil type
> supplement but I figured I'd try one jar on my positives.
> Sharyl and Daisy's Babies
> --- On *Wed, 7/23/08, Julie Lafferty <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>* wrote:
> From: Julie Lafferty <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Subject: [Felvtalk] while we await a retest
> To:
> Date: Wednesday, July 23, 2008, 1:31 PM
> Hi, I posted the other day about my 4 13 week old foster kittens who tested
> positive for FeLV.  While we wait out re-testing them, is there anything
> that can be done in hopes of boosting their immune system and fighting off
> the virus?  I am using Pet Tinic liquid vitamins twice a day and
> lactoferrin/colostrum supplement in their wet food twice a day..anything
> else we should be doing?
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