He could fight the virus, or could just be a carrier.  If your other cats have 
been vaccinated I would not worry about it at all.
t

--- On Tue, 4/14/09, souther...@aol.com <souther...@aol.com> wrote:


From: souther...@aol.com <souther...@aol.com>
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] questions about how to handle an felv+/non-symptomatic 
cat
To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
Date: Tuesday, April 14, 2009, 4:38 PM







can you guys tell me that there is a chance finley could still fight this 
virus? 



I can tell you that my guy came in as a stray 2 years ago weighing 10 lbs and 
being tested as positive.? he's in the house, he weighs 15.5 lbs and he's doing 
great.? He gets some runny eyes and sneezes but once I started lysine full time 
that has stopped.? I'm sure he'll be positive forever but that doesn't mean he 
won't have a good and I hope long life.? 

I'm new at the whole cat thing so this is a new experience for me.? But I just 
knew I couldn't have him put to sleep.

Sidney and the General



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