Steven, I understand your confusion. So little is understood about FeLV. My
experience has been with 6 kittens born with FeLV that I rescued from a
dumpster colony. They did not 'throw off' the virus but I have only lost one.
They remaining 5 are doing fine and have been mixed with my
My name is Jennifer Reihart and I run a hospice center/rescue for cats
with FeLv. I have been doing it for over 6 years and have gotten cats
from all over the eastern US. OH, NY, NJ, PA, NC, and even as far as
Texas. We have a huge house, and take in cats from different areas, and
Welcome to the group Jennifer!
Bless you and your husband for your efforts on helping FELV kitties!
Keep up the good work and love for these precious babies.
You will find there are other rescues here that do somewhat the same as you.
Also, a lot of very valuable information.
Many of us are all
Thank you Jennifer (and your husband) for the work that you are doing
and for joining the group. I know that hospice/rescues like
yours are needed in every community in this country. It is wonderful
that you are able to give love and care
to these special cats. I am sure you have a unique
Sorry to hear about Samauri, sending lots of positive, healing energy.
My Bailey was 5 months old and positive when I found him, he lived
together with his 8 vaccinated house mates for almost 11 years before I
lost him to undiagnosed pancreatic cancer (none of the tests we did
where are you located? I volunteer at a humane shelter in Tennessee and
unfortunately their current policy is to euthanize any cats that come in and
positive. I am trying to change their thinking :-)
Feeling the pinch at the grocery store? Make dinner for $10 or
Thank you Jennifer for providing a loving home for these babies.
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Subject: [Felvtalk] Introduction
Date: Sunday, March 22,
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