i agree, keep her.  my felv babies haven't been sick so far, but i pay close 
attention to all my babies so i can catch problems before they develop into 
something bad.  dorlis
---- Jane Lyons <j.ly...@mindspring.com> wrote: 
> Hi Ellie
> Keep Brie !!!!!!
> 
> The thought of her being in that stressful situation of travel,  
> moving to an unknown
> place and being on her own for 20 hour days is unbearable. It would  
> be awful for a
> healthy cat. Please keep her. I know you will be very happy that you  
> did.
> 
> Jane
> On Oct 13, 2009, at 2:34 AM, Ellie Foster wrote:
> 
> > Hello,
> >
> > Im new here, my name is Ellie.
> >
> > I joined because my "niece" kitty, Brie, is one year old and was  
> > diagnosed
> > with FeLV about a month ago with a faint positive result (she is  
> > supposed to
> > be retested in 2 months).
> >
> > My question is - my sibling is planning a move across quite a few  
> > states
> > (USA), about 12-14 hours travelling by car, to New York City. Her  
> > job will
> > keep her very occupied, literally up to 20 hours a day!! (I couldnt  
> > do it
> > lol).
> >
> > No one knew Brie was + until last month because my sister never  
> > took her to
> > the vets after finding her outside, alone, at about 4 weeks old. So, I
> > finally convinced my sis to let me take Brie in to be spayed,  
> > vaccinated,
> > tested - and, that is when we got the diagnosis.
> >
> > Just wondering, vet said that stress on kitty is *bad* - is this  
> > type of
> > fairly long-distance move something that qualifies as stressful?  
> > (will ask
> > the vet of course too!)
> >
> > Has anyone used lysine supplements in an FeLV kitty?
> >
> > Will my sister encounter any problems in trying to rent an  
> > apartment with an
> > FeLV+ cat?
> >
> > I ask because I can easily give Brie a home; I have no other kitties
> > (anymore - both of my elderly (16 &19) baby boy cats passed on  
> > early this
> > year, one of CRF, the other of a sudden massive stroke, within 2  
> > months of
> > each other). And if I can help Brie live a longer, happy life, I  
> > would be
> > incredibly glad to do so.
> >
> > Brie knows my house, my family, has stayed with us up to 3 weeks in  
> > the past
> > when my sister has been out of town on business.
> >
> > And I love the little baby Brie anyway! Just want her to live the  
> > best life
> > possible, and am debating offering - again - to let kitty live with  
> > me.
> >
> > Thank you so much for your help & info!
> >
> > Ellie
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