What's the earliest that testing using a SNAP test for FeLV/FIV can be done
so that it is accurate?  I know that if it is done early on, it can be
The reason I asked is that we adopted out a 10 week old kitten July 16.  We
did not test.  I don't like testing before 16 weeks.  We pulled the kitten
and her sister from another state.  Mom was in a high kill shelter.  She
was PTS before we could rescue her.  The rest of the litter was PTS.  Miles
and Journey were the only ones left.
Today, the kitten (Miles) tested positive for leukemia and was PTS (the ill
informed vet used scare tactics on the owner and made the owner think that
her dogs could get it).  I was called after the fact.
What is proper testing protocol?  Vaccination protcol?  I use a 4 way with
feline leukemia, killed virus.
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