What's the earliest that testing using a SNAP test for FeLV/FIV can be done
so that it is accurate? I know that if it is done early on, it can be
The reason I asked is that we adopted out a 10 week old kitten July 16. We
did not test. I don't like testing before 16 weeks. We pulled
I kept my Felv kittens. Keeping them segregated from the other cats in the
On Thu, Aug 8, 2013 at 12:56 PM, Katherine Kershaw kaths...@gmail.comwrote:
Has anyone had luck with rehoming kittens who test positive for FeLV? I
have been fostering healthy kittens successfully for a number of
I feed a balanced raw diet to my 10 month old. He gets a mixture of
cornish game hen (with bone), liver, chicken (with bone), turkey, beef and
pork. He's thriving on it. I don't follow a recipe per say because I've
been feeding my 10 year old IBD kitty a raw diet for 3 years and have
I buy fish antibiotics for my feral cats (my vet knows this). I only treat
minor infections on my own with my vet's guidance. With infections that
require a vet visit, I start conservative treatment until the time the
appointment is (which could be up to 3 days away). I buy the 500mg pills.
Hi. My name is Beth. I run a feral cat rescue. That's how I ended up
with Mozart, a 10 month old kitten. April 18, I took him to a spay clinic
to get neutered, his rabies vaccination and for a Felv/FIV test. He tested
positive for Felv. It was recommended that he immediately be euthanized.
Thank you. I love that group! Stephanie is wonderful! Thank you for the
As for vaccinating, I order two different vaccines: with and without-4
ways. I found a cheaper source. From a vet catalog. Local pet store-the
owner is a vet tech and she offers vaccinations at her store. Running
Amanda (and everyone else),
Have you heard of RetroMAD1? A friend of mine suggested it.
Maybe I'm grasping at straws, but I cannot give up without a good fight.
There has got to be something that works.
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