My vet said I can mix as long as the other cats are up to date On their FELV 
vaccinations and I have mixed them for 4 years now, no problems.  As long as 
they don't have fights that involve biting.  My guys hiss and slap, but no 

---- Beth <> wrote: 
> If the IFA & Elisa tests are both  positive there is no reason to retest. The 
> cat is infected. The cost you mention is in line with what I've paid.
You may want to search the archives on "mixing". Many on this list,including 
me, mix their positives & negatives.

dppl dppl <> wrote:

> My little found positive kitten, now growing cat I found was neutered last 
>week. He came thru ok.  As a precaution, 
>the vet gave fluids during the surgery b/c his bloodwork showed slightly 
>elevated in one of the kidney function
>areas which the vet thought might be due to dehydration.
>Sadly, he tested positive under the IFA test after testing positive under 
>ELISA in Nov. But he seems ok. Unfortunately
>I have to keep him isolated. Both tests were sent out, the ELISA cost 55 and 
>the IFA 85. 
>Is this the norm? If I didn't have other cats, I don't think I 
>would do routine testing if the cat was not showing any symptoms and i kept 
>the cat indoors.
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