Re: vaccinations

Evie64288@aol.com
Sat, 20 Feb 1999 02:36:58 EST

In a message dated 2/20/99 1:36:01 AM !!!First Boot!!!, Wolfcry3@aol.com
writes:

<< Im just afraid the others will turn positive
because of prolonged exposure to the Positive one >>

Marcia, my vet's opinion is that the chance of getting the virus, regardless
of the vaccine (which is not 100%) is about 25%. He thought that if I exposed
my five cats to the one with Felv, probably, over time, one of them would get
the virus. So, I keep Clown at my parents' house and care for him there. I
decided that I just couldn't live with myself if one of my healthy cats caught
it because of my action. If I had NOT been able to find a home for Clown,
however, maybe I would have taken the chance. It's a tough call and it's not
easy to find foster homes.

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