Lee, I love your attitude! My positive energy comes from the universe also(-: 

Take care
Marcia

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On Jun 4, 2013, at 10:36 PM, Lee Evans <moonsiste...@yahoo.com> wrote:

> I wouldn't worry too much, Lance. Sounds like you got the major part of the 
> beating and the two girls are probably laughing at you. Even if fur flew, 
> Callie has been around for a while, well fed, in good shape. In about 2 to 4 
> weeks you can test her. If negative, then pack up your worries. If positive, 
> she may throw it off. I have had 3 underweight, street adults who threw it 
> off. Make sure that finger doesn't get red and inflamed and make sure the 
> inflammation does not travel down your hand. Don't be shy about seeing a 
> doctor but don't tell it's a cat bite, because your doctor may feel obligated 
> to report the animal bite. If this happens, you will then have your animal 
> control on your back.  They could actually take away your two cats for 
> "observation". Stupid things like that happen here in Texas. Sending positive 
> energy from the Universe. And hugs for the two contenders.
> 
>  
> Spay and Neuter your cats and dogs and your weird relatives and nasty 
> neighbors too!
> 
> 
> From: Lance <lini...@fastmail.fm>
> To: "felvtalk@felineleukemia.org" <felvtalk@felineleukemia.org> 
> Sent: Tuesday, June 4, 2013 9:53 PM
> Subject: [Felvtalk] a tough and sad day
> 
> Hi everyone,
> 
> I wanted to ask for prayers and warm thoughts for my FeLV+ girl, Ember as 
> well as my mother's (hopefully) negative cat, Callie. Somehow, Callie got 
> into Ember's room, not once, but twice. The first time only lasted for a few 
> minutes, but I discovered a terrible cat fight in progress when I got back 
> upstairs. To disrupt the chase, I grabbed Callie to remove her from the room. 
> I got a bloody finger with three puncture marks in the process.
> 
> Later, I realized I should really get abx for the bite, so my dad took me to 
> the doctor. We were gone about an hour. When I got back, I was saddened to 
> find that I had stupidly managed to not completely close one of the doors to 
> our rooms, and Callie had again gotten in. I don't know that the cats fought 
> the second time. I think Callie might have explored the normally off limits 
> rooms. I found Ember hiding but unshaken behind some clothes, and Callie 
> didn't act like she was on edge, but I have no idea what happened. 
> 
> Needless to say, I'm very concerned about Callie's possible exposure to the 
> virus. We've had a few run-ns over the last seven years, but nothing like the 
> fight/chase I broke up today. My hope is that Callie being seven years old 
> puts her at low risk for infection. She hasn't had any recent vax for FeLV, 
> but she had the FeLV (including booster) when she was a kitten. She also 
> seems very healthy. 
> 
> There was actually more tough cat stuff today involving a 17 yro diabetic who 
> had to go for a dental (this ended on a good note), and my usual concerns 
> about Ember. The radiologist hasn't contacted the surgeon after almost a 
> week, and Ember probably needs surgical intervention for her diaphragmatic 
> hernia.
> 
> Please think of the two girls.
> 
> Lance 
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