Hi, Jody --

Sounds like you're doing great already with your others!  Brava!  Since
you're experience in FeLV, you've probably already heard some of the
suggestions.  You're already doing good food -- can't hurt to supplement
with L-lysine, the pure kind from the health food store rather than the
"human" kind from the drugstore which has kitty-hostile additives.  And
of course, keep stress as minimal as possible.  Others will have more
suggestions, I know.

Oh, and of course you'll probably want to retest in a while, just in

Best of luck with your new little girl, and the two others.  What are
all their names?

Diane R. 

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Subject: [Felvtalk] New Kitten is FeLV+

Last week, we took in a darling tortie/calico kitten who'd been
abandoned at my workplace.  At her first vet check today, we got the
results that she's FeLV+.  We have two other cats that are positive.

I would appreciate any tips on how to get this little girl off to the
healthiest start possible.  We're feeding high protein kitten foods
already.  Our other cats are doing well at ages 4 and 1 year, but we'd
love to learn anything we can to help our newest 'patient' stay healthy
and happy.

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