And remember, even with FeLV neg cats we never know how long we will have them 
either. There are many people who lose their "healthy" cats to all kinds of 
things. I have seen many people's FeLV kitty outlive their neg kitty! :)
Tanya

--- On Sun, 6/5/11, Mark <thecatresc...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> From: Mark <thecatresc...@yahoo.com>
> Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Questiions
> To: felvtalk@felineleukemia.org
> Date: Sunday, June 5, 2011, 6:12 AM
> The only thing you left out is felv
> can be beaten. The cat throws off the virus on its own or it
> gets help from a human.
> 
> Sent from my U.S. Cellular® Android phone
> 
> Pam Norman <pam_nor...@charter.net>
> wrote:
> 
> >
> >
> >
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> >
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> >
> >    
> >
> >    
> >
> >Hi all,
> >
> >We are trying to give little Sabriina a chance. She is
> an approximately 
> >5 month old lynx Siamese.  She was pulled from a
> dope house & was going 
> >to come to us as a foster until she was tested positive
> for FeLeuk.  At 
> >the moment she is at a sanctuary about 75 miles from
> here.  We are 
> >desperately trying to find someone who will take her
> for the 
> >approximately 6 months that I understand will give a
> good idea whether 
> >she can beat this virus or not. She is healthy &
> looks great.  She has 
> >had so far only the snap test & as I understand it,
> the IFA test should 
> >follow in about 3 weeks. Is this correct?
> >
> >We have a daughter of a friend who MAY take her. But
> she has two small 
> >children & the family had to put down their 2
> Siamese about a year ago & 
> >they are not anxious to take in a kitty that they will
> have to euthanize 
> >soon.  I have not spoken to her yet but will be
> tomorrow & I am planning 
> >on telling her pretty much the following:
> >
> >There are no guarantees as to how long a kitty will
> live who has tested 
> >positive for FeLeuk. It depends on a lot of factors -
> her general health 
> >& how she is cared for - diet, freedom from stress,
> etc.  Some kitties 
> >will not live long at all; others can live for years:
> & still others 
> >will fall somewhere in between.  No
> guarantees.  They have no other cats 
> >right now & I can tell them for sure that they will
> never have to 
> >euthanize her.  If she continues to test positive,
> they have the option 
> >of having  us take her to the sanctuary where she
> is not & she would 
> >join the other FeLeuk cats in that part of the
> sanctuary.  Or they can 
> >keep her & give her good & loving care for as
> long as she has, knowing 
> >that they played a huge part in making her life one
> filled with love.  
> >It would be hard on the kids but it would teach them
> something about 
> >compassion, about caring for an animal that they may
> lose, that it will 
> >hurt them to lose her, but that they know they have
> done a good & 
> >beautiful thing.
> >
> >Please tell me if there is more I can tell her. I have
> never had a 
> >FeLeuk kitty before & I am no expert on this. 
> So I am very much in need 
> >to information I can provide that is fair &
> objective so that they can 
> >make an informed & compassionate decision. I very
> much want them to take 
> >her but I do not want to mislead them either.
> >
> >Please help me.
> >
> >Pam
> >
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