Shannon you have received some wonderful advise. I agree - bring him into the
sunroom. I have had several FeLV+ kitties in my home with my negative kitties.
My negatives had received the FeLV vaccine. Everyone gets along just fine.
Until you can get your negatives vaccinated the sunroom is
I have a 4 year old boy FELV+ since Sept. 2006. He had some health issues but
he is doing allright. Do not put him to sleep, he can live a good quality of
life. He is + for Elisa and IFA and is healthy right now. He had a feline
urinary bladder infection but he is ok.( not related to FELV).
It's been about a year now since Cinder was pts due to advanced sarcoma
caused by FeLV. 3 Months after learning of the cause of Cinder's cancer, Onyx
tested FeLV+ (Elisa IFA), but Horus Blackie tested negative and were
vaccinated. The vet (a great vet!) is recommending re-testing and
If it would make no difference in what you will do and you are very
sure that you will never look back with regrets don't do it. As far
as rabiesperhaps you should check out titers. Make very sure you
will not look back and question your decisions.
On Feb 25, 2010, at 7:15 PM, Avia
Avia, each of us has to make our own decision on vaccinations. My negatives
receive annual leukemia vaccines. They all receive the 3 yr rabies since it is
required in VA. I do not give my positive the leukemia vaccine if that is your
My thoughts are the vaccine gives my negatives
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