There is a cat who comes by my house and I have been feeding her for over three
years. I have tried to trap her previously but she stops eating as soon as the
trap appears so I gave up assuming she had been checked and spayed. Last week,
she came with a small kitten and I worked hard on
Thanks for taking this little one in. I mix all my FeLv positive cats with my
negative cats. My negative cats are fully vaccinated. I've been mixing my cats
for 13 years, on the advice of my former vet. I suggest you search the archives
on mixing for more info.
Swollen glands could just mean a
Mary, you can get your other cats the FeLV vaccine but it will have to be in 2
separate shots - 2 weeks apart, then you will have to wait a period of time
before the shots work.
I hope the kitten clears the virus, there is that chance.
Blessings to all -
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