Anne, that just means that you were meant to have him and he you. Funny how 
life plays out sometimes(-:  Good luck with your babies. You are in the right 
place. The people here love their cats and your cats. Believe me, this is a 
great bunch and together they hold a wealth of knowledge.

Take care

Sent from my iPad that my most awesome kids surprised me with, Christmas 2010. 

On Nov 1, 2011, at 4:41 PM, Anne Myles <> wrote:

> I meant to write, of course, that I was told that false POSITIVES are common 
> but false negatives are virtually unheard of.  My vet kind of shrugged when I 
> told him that, though no one can give me a good account of why Dublin had a 
> negative ELISA on his re-test when he is very clearly positive.  Anyway, he's 
> a lucky, lucky little kitty, as that false negative landed him in a home.
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