It's probably just a matter of personal choice at this point, but we
vaccinated our FelV- cat once a year and we decided not to re-test after the
first year of exposure.
Honestly, if they are adult cats, and they haven't become FelV+ within a
year, its probably a slim chance they will ever become
This is for Linda Gata,
I also have an FELV kitty who is 3 and liek you with your cat, she's been
with me also since about Sept. '06. She was very feral, and came looking for
food I guess when I used to feed some outdoor cats in the area. She was just a
baby when I first saw her, but strong
re: rabies: i would suggest that you follow your state's recommendations.
should a bat or other critter with high possibility of rabies get into your
house, or your kitty get outdoors and be bitten, the odds are way too high
that should it be rabies-positive, your cat will be PRESUMED to be, and
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