Or in other words, how old does a kitten have to be before you
can believe that a negative test means the kitten is negative?

And since you all are the experts, does anyone have any reliable
info on how long it takes after exposure before a cat or kitten would
test positive on a combo snap test?

I have been thinking that an FELV carrier came into my home but tested
negative because it was tested close to the time of infection.
Is that a possible/reasonable hypothesis?
I haven't identified the carrier so dont' know if later it tested
positive.

Thanks!
Trissa in Philly

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