I feel for you...... I rescued a litter of 4 kittens who all tested FelV
positive.  They are now about 4 1/2 months old and still very active and
playful with no sign of sickness. I plan to have them restested next month,
and I'm hoping they will all be negative by then.  They have three isolation
rooms to play in at my cat sanctuary, and I feed them well and keep them
stress free. This does help. 


On 09-17, Maryam Ulomi wrote:
> Hello,
> I'm sorry for that first email. I wanted to find out if anyone had some
> advice and suggestions on nutrition for the little kitten I have rescue
> who is FeLV positive. She has tested positive and is the kitten of a feral
> cat, her glands are big but I'm hoping because she is now indoor and being
> cared for well she will test negative so I can keep her with my other two
> adult cats. I have been feeding her canned good with very high protein
> contents and no seafood, I read that was the recommended diet but any
> other suggestions, hints, are very welcome!
> Thank you 

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