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The airlines just keep shooting themselves in the foot animals suffer! If
only they would realize that there is this HUGE market out there for
travelers who want to travel with their pet. Why not take a couple of
flights a week on major routes have a couple of planes where animals of
I have also used Continental several times to transport cats and I have never
had a problem. My heart goes out to Jack and his Meowmy :( RIP little man :(
Date: Mon, 7 Nov 2011 12:12:32 -0500
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] Sad news -
I have a kitten that tested positive on her in-house ELISA test. I think I'm
going to do the ELISA test that is sent out to the lab next. Does anyone know
if antibiotics like Clavamox would affect the outcome of the test? I wouldn't
think so but you never know.
“I am not interested to know
Reading this with tears in my eyes! That is sooo sad :-( RIP Jack!
All kind of things went through my head when my 6 kitties traveled from the
Netherlands to the US. Luckely everyone arrived safely!
On Nov 7, 2011 6:07 AM, Natalie at...@optonline.net wrote:
This is how we handled sending our 2 dogs and 2 cats coming back from
Belgium: I went first, with the 2 cats in the hold; the next day, my
husband shipped the 2 dogs, and I went to pick them up. The next day, my
husband flew out...and I picked him up. It was tensions all the way.and I
I came across this site, having just been informed by the vet that the
abandoned kitten I took in three weeks ago. Before I took it to the vet, I
have been keeping it in a separate room but admit that since it seemed so
healthy I let it out for little walks. I have 4 cats over 12 years old.
If the kitten is healthy, do not put it down. FeLV cats can live good lives. My
Tigger is almost 5 now. Had been healthy for the whole time, until last month
when he developed stomach cancer. He is still here, doing fine now. Also, have
5 other cats. had them vaccinated, and to this day, none
My Husband I are in a similar position. We just adopted a kitten from the pound
who had been feral before that and she ended up being FeLV+. We have two other
cats and they hadn't had any other contact before the positive test and since
the test we have continued to keep them separated.
You've come to the right place! Many of us do mix pos w. neg-my own pos is
13+ years old I got her as a kitten. She tested neg as a very young
kitten but then tested pos years later. By that point, she'd been around my
other cats so I just decided to vaccinate them for felv and mix. Nobody
thank you all for responding so quickly. when i have more time I will review
all archives. I hope i am posting correctly by sending these emails. I see my
post is all chopped up (at least in my display ). Thanks for your advice. I
guess i will take things day by day. thanks also for the
There are holistic remedies for the gum issues. That was the only
sign Dixie showedask questions and seek information. A lot of
emails get chopped because they are too long to post---someone else
can explain this.
On Nov 7, 2011, at 7:33 PM, dppl dppl wrote:
thank you all for
What are some of these holistic remedies for gum issues? Tweetys gums as pretty
bad and they want to pull out 3 of his teeth. :( I'm terribly nervous about
that surgery. He is 9.
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From: MaiMaiPG maima...@gmail.com
This kitty still has a good chance of clearing the virus. I would retest again
in 30 to 90 days. If it is positive again, then do an IFA test. I would not
worry at all that it has casual contact with your other cats. In order for
your other cats to contract FeLV, they would have to groom each
Like everyone else has said, ALWAYS ALWAYS re-test. Never rely on one positive
ELISA test. It can show a false positive but even if it's not a false positive
it is possible the cat can extinguish, meaning totally get rid of, the virus.
I would do an IFA test like someone else mentioned. It
I too got a 'Positive kitty from the pound.have had her 3 yrsmy other
cat has been with all everyday (got him vacinated)...BOTH are greatand
A failure is just a stopover on the way to SUCCESS.
From: Maureen Olvey
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