I've had kittens go from negative to positive, and positive to negative.
Also had a double+ adult turn out to be only FIV+.His initial snap was
said to be a light positive and I know that term is highly debatable, but
for the record, he did not have a strong blue dot on the first test, but a
Not sure statistically how often it happens, but I know it can,
because it happened to me.
Tested mom cat (negative) and sickly 7 week old runt (positive) with
the in-house Elisa snap test.
Four other littermates were separated from mom and the runt and were
tested at 8 weeks (all negative). At
On 04-18, Reyna Castano wrote:
If a cat tests negative for feline leukemia why does the vet
recommend a second test in two months? What are the possibilities
of the same cat testing positive the second time?
Because if a cat was exposed to FelV it takes about 6 weeks for the
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