Just wanted to say I'm so very sorry that Zing Zing lost a home,  
because of this vet's ignorance and lack of compassion.  It is indeed  
difficult for people to decide to mix pos and neg.  Vets in general  
seem so un-knowledgeable about FELV and FIV, except for a little book  
learning.

Gloria



On Sep 27, 2008, at 8:08 AM, Lorrie wrote:

> I wrote earlier in the week about the FelV kitten I had adopted. Then
> yesterday there was a knock on the door and the people who had taken
> him brought him back!    Apparently they had trouble keeping him
> confined in one part of their house, as he is a very active kitten,
> and their vet scared them half to death warning them about the danger
> to their other two cats being exposed to this positive kitten.  She
> cried when she brought him back with all the cat toys they'd bought
> for him, and I felt like crying too.
>
> I suppose the vet had to warn them, but I think he went overboard
> and little Zing Zing lost a wonderful home. I'm really upset about
> this.
>
> Lorrie
>
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