Dot,  if your other cats are current on vaccinations and are negative, I see no 
reason why you shouldn't mix them.  Like I've said before, I've mixed mine in 
the past and never have I had a negative become infected.

My 2 cents.

=^..^= Terri, Siggie the Tomato Vampire, Guinevere, Travis, Dori and 6 
furangels: Ruthie, Samantha, Arielle, Gareth, Alec, Salome and Sammi =^..^=
  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: dot winkler<> 
  Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2011 4:02 PM
  Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] REPLY FROM DOT

  Hi April - My vet didn't know anything about the 5 stages of the disease!!!!  
Can you believe this.  O.K.  So, what do you know about the 5 stages?  What 
does it mean?  I think I heard that if your cat can make it through all five 
stages, then they have developed an immunity to the disease.  Anyway, how is it 
keeping your cat apart from the others?  My cat is so lonely.  It breaks my 
heart.  She wants to play with the others. Esp the male cat who she knows from 
the clan where i rescued the two of them.  I really would love to adopt her 
out.  Just having a hard time finding someone.  P.S. - I like the name Spicy!  
It is cute.  Dot

  From: April Johnson <>
  To: "" <>
  Sent: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 2:16 PM
  Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Update/MY CAT NEEDS HOME WITH FELV

  Hi Dot, 

  This is all new to me too.  I do have other cats at home, Spicy lives in a 
bedroom by herself.  She has two windows to look out of, a cat tree and a sofa. 
 Spicy has had no signs of the illness.  So I didn't know she had it.  I 
adopted her the first weekend in June and took her to the vet a week later.  
The receptionist at my vets was the one that stressed getting the test done 
because she knew that the shelter I adopted her from didn't test, I had no 
idea.  So for a week she was with my other cats.  I just looked it up there are 
6 stages of FELV.  Spicy is in stage 5. 

  From: dot winkler <>
  To: "" <>
  Sent: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 2:07 PM
  Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Update/MY CAT NEEDS HOME WITH FELV

  Hi April - I just read your mail.  My cat, Chloe, female one year old, pretty 
gray/black/caramel tabby, is also positive.  I have known since June when she 
had a fever.  She has stabilized and is doing so well now.  Very healthy and 
playful.  She is a little "squirt", i call her.  I have been looking for a home 
for her since I have two other negative cats and have to keep them separated.  
She is so cute.  i hated to just put her down so figured i would give it a shot 
to see if i could adopt her.  Do you have other cats at home? How is your cat 
doing now?  You said it's in her bone marrow.  Are there different stages?  I 
am not sure totally about the disease as this is the first cat I have ever had 
in 30 years that has the leukemia.  So, it is all new to me also.   Dot 
(freehold, NJ)

  From: April Johnson <>
  To: "" <>
  Sent: Wednesday, September 7, 2011 12:46 PM
  Subject: [Felvtalk] Update


  A couple of weeks ago I posted about my cat Spicy who I had adopted from 
animal control unaware she hadn't been tested for FELV/FIV.  I was questioning 
whether to get her a friend or not.  Last week I had her blood sent out to 
confirm if she really had FELV.   Well her results came in yesterday, it's in 
her bone marrow.  I still haven't decided on a friend for her yet, I'm unsure 
what to do with my house already full.  I think I would need to adopt another 
cat with it already in their bone marrow too, right?  I've never had a FELV+ 
cat, so I don't know what to do.


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