I want to thank everyone who responded about my post regarding Amber, my FeLV 
positive cat.
I have been feeling a little guilty about risking the health of my other cats 
from some chance encounter with Amber. I still plan to be cautious but do feel 
less stressed about it.
I have done a lot of research on the web, but there is nothing like being able 
to get advice from folks who have experienced this situation.
The vet leaned toward euthanization after her after her test came back 
positive. 
I just could not euthanize a seemingly otherwise healthy cat. I want to give 
her 
a chance! I hope and pray that her next test will come back negative.  

Whatever happens, I am glad I was there to save her from starving to death. She 
is getting high quality food now and lots of petting every chance I get! She 
has 
improved a lot in the last few weeks. It is sad how she sits at the top of the 
staircase and can't come upstairs. It is what it is, I guess. At least for 
now...
I would love to hear from more folks regarding this subject.
Thanks you all and God Bless!!
Jannes 


      
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