No one has done more for the local cats than Barb Hess. She is an exceptional person and truly a cat lover. I am thankful that all the shelter cats are tested for Leukemia and I wish that others did this too. Maybe they do, I haven’t inquired.
However I must speak out and say that Feline Leukemia can be cured. I have done it. You can too. Three of my cats tested positive; fourteen months later they were negative. The cure can be tedious and time consuming but it is not especially expensive or difficult. It does not involve drugs or even a trip to the vet. There are several places on the web providing information but I used a diet prescribed by a vet in Mpls. I never even met the man. He explained it all in a phone call. I am good at following directions so it worked. He had several positive cats. He promised me that my cats would be fine and he was correct.
Not everyone wants to make the necessary changes but I believe that cat owners should at least be informed that they have options.
The shelter that I worked with in MN was reluctant to acknowledge my results altho they were the ones that test my cats positive and later tested them negative. They saw the proof but seemed resistant to the necessary information. I have often wondered why. Alicia Macnamara