I have six cats and one of the has been recently diagnosed with feline leukemia 
and lymphoma (going through a chemotherapy). I have contacted two vets 
regarding Jack, and my other cats, and they both tell me something totally 
different. One of them says that I should separate Jack, and test the other 
cats for Leukemia, and vaccinate them if they are negative. The second vets 
tells me that the cats were already exposed to the virus and hopefully their 
immune system was strong enough to fight it. I also understood that once a cat 
is exposed to it, the virus may come to the surface at any time (even though 
the test may show negative today it may change tomorrow), and it is too late 
for the vaccination. I am totally confused and not sure what my next step 
should be. 
Help would be greatly appreciated,
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