retest her.  my vet and i agree that since Annie has a secure home now and is 
over the trauma of loosing her person that she might not be pos after all.  
since she was not pos before all this, it could just be that the trauma lowered 
her defences temporarily and now she is in a stable atmosphere, she is okay 
now.  that is what we hope.  otherwise we can't figure how she became pos.  she 
was always an indoor only cat.  dorlis
---- Marci Greer <> wrote: 
> Hi All,
> I have a FELV+ kitty, Maddie 3 yrs old who came as a stray to us in October 
> 2008, she is strictly indoors now, she is on interferon, and she is eating 
> well, gaining weight, playing, lovable, etc. She has not been spayed, My vet 
> who wanted to put her to sleep in October just because she was positive, 
> which of course I did not do, told me not to have her spayed it could stress 
> her and she would die, another vet told me to have her spayed.  I don't know 
> what to do, looking at her you would never even know that she was sick. Any 
> advice? I love her so much and I don't want to do anything that may harm her.
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