I'm new to this... looking for some advice. I took in a stray, she's
about 7 months old. She tested positive for FeLV. I didn't know she
had FeLV. I took her in as she was hanging out on the patio of a
restaurant, near a busy street. The owners of the restaurant were
going to take her
No diarrhea or vomiting that I've seen. He just seems hungry all the time and
follows me around crying at me. We did some tests yesterday and are waiting
--- On Wed, 7/1/09, Laurieskatz lauriesk...@mchsi.com wrote:
From: Laurieskatz lauriesk...@mchsi.com
My Kitty (his name) has FELV, we got him when he was 7 months from students. He
was diagnosed with Felv when he was not quite two, he is now 8 1/2 and the felv
has been kept at bay with the Prednisone. I also worried about my other cat
Simba being exposed to him,
Welcome to this board==you'll get a whole lot of info here from folks with a
whole lot of experience!
About testing--there are 2 common tests: The snap Elissa test done right in
the vet's office and the IFA where blood is sent to lab. If you only had
the Elissa, try to get the IFA as
This message is from Sue (address below), for some reason it got cut
so I am forwarding it. Not sure if this is Sue's list email so if you
reply you may want to CC her on it [fs...@roadrunner.com] to make sure
she gets your reply.
Adopted an FIV+
Frank and Sue Koren
This is an awesome group for information. Joel is the moderator.
He is into research and very technical stuff.
Thanks for caring for this kitty.
On Fri, Jul 3, 2009 at 10:18 PM, Belinda Sauro ma...@bemikitties.comwrote:
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