On 04-18, Reyna Castano wrote:

> If a cat tests negative for feline leukemia why does the vet
> recommend a second test in two months?  What are the possibilities
> of the same cat testing positive the second time?

> Reyna

Because if a cat was exposed to FelV it takes about 6 weeks for the
virus to show up.  So the first test may not be accurate as the virus
didn't show up yet.


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