I've brought in 2 positives over the years. no problems.
--- On Fri, 7/3/09, Elizabeth Paz mothernatur...@hotmail.com wrote:
From: Elizabeth Paz mothernatur...@hotmail.com
Subject: Re: [Felvtalk] kitten with FeLV
Date: Friday, July 3, 2009, 10:06 PM
1st thank you for taking in Penny. Mixing is such a personal decision. Like
other I mix my positives and negatives. My negatives all had their FeLV
vaccine and booster one month later before I mixed them. My positives were
kittens when I rescued them and never threw off the virus.
I agree, the older cats don't seem as susceptible.
On Jul 4, 2009, at 8:25 AM, Sharyl wrote:
1st thank you for taking in Penny. Mixing is such a personal
decision. Like other I mix my positives and negatives. My
negatives all had their FeLV vaccine and booster one
Thanks for all the info. It's been really helpful. I'll keep stella at
my friends for a while longer til i've got a good chunk of time to
spend at home while I introduce stella and penny to each other.
On 2009-07-04, at 11:16 AM, Gloria B. Lane gbl...@aristotle.net
My Kitty (his name) has FELV, we got him when he was 7 months from students. He
was diagnosed with Felv when he was not quite two, he is now 8 1/2 and the felv
has been kept at bay with the Prednisone. I also worried about my other cat
Simba being exposed to him,
Welcome to this board==you'll get a whole lot of info here from folks with a
whole lot of experience!
About testing--there are 2 common tests: The snap Elissa test done right in
the vet's office and the IFA where blood is sent to lab. If you only had
the Elissa, try to get the IFA as
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