Dave I would have your other cat tested. I find it hard to believe that an
indoor only cat suddenly tests positive. Here is the link to a flow chart I
found helpful to understand the test results
Hope it helps
I'm no expert by any means, but I have had a bit of experience with
FelV as I have 16 cats at home and more in my own rescue shelter in
a building I bought in 2004 and made into a cageless sanctuary for
cats. I have several FelV cats there.
The only thing I can think of regarding Tux is
Thanks for the info. We've had Tux and her litter mate, Jet, since they were
around 6 months old. Both were tested and negative when they were spayed at 9
months. If they were exposed it had to be 4.5 years ago and then they both had
false negative elisa tests.
We are going to test Jet. I'll
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