Kiss's results are so bad that I'm wondering if there's really anything the vet
can do at this point. Blood tranfusion? T-cell? Erythropoietin for low blood
cell count? Results below:
FeLV Antigen (ELISA) Positive
FIV Antibody Negative
I'm not a vet, but the HCT looks low, but I've had cats with it under 10. Has
he been checked for Hemobartonella?
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From: Amanda Vollaro avoll...@optonline.net
That's exactly what the vet said. Just spoke to him, and his response was:
better get the antibiotic to treat for them into the cat as soon as possible,
rather than waiting on test results. I agreed with him.
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Yes, esp. since Hemobart can be difficult to detect from what I understand. But
he should turn around quickly with the antibiotic, if that's what it is... Most
of my FeLV cats died from anemia, but it had nothing to do with Hemobartonella.
Goo luck with your baby,
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