We have been using LTCI on our two young cats since October of last year.
They have just had their first birthdays and are asymptomatic.  I should
also share they have always been asymptomatic....this is not something that
has come about since using LTCI.  Be careful about thinking of LTCI as a
"cure", and rather think of it more as a "treatment aid", which is how the
manufacturers refer to it.  Our vet is able to acquire the injections for
about $60 a dose, and she sells it to us for this amount.  We give the
injections ourselves.  We started with one dose a week for three weeks, then
weren't able to acquire it for three weeks.  We started all over at one dose
a week for four consecutive weeks, then once every other week, once every
three weeks, and now once a month.  I hesitate to say they are doing well,
as I don't want to invite trouble.....but they are.

Hope this is of some help to you,  Sara


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I would be interested in knowing what the average cost of the LTCI treatment
is. We have two FeLV cats. One, of which, is running of treatment options. 
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